It's over and out for Madison Hildebrand on Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, as he just revealed that he won't be coming back for the show's 11th season.
Madison, who is openly gay and has discussed his sexuality and relationships on the popular Bravo show, revealed his decision for not coming back in a statement with The Daily Dish.
“After a decade of adventure and one of the most unique experiences of my life, I have decided not to continue Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles. I am so grateful to have had this opportunity but the time has come for me to re-energize, rejuvenate, and refocus my attention and light onto new endeavors,” he said.
“As an original cast member, I feel so lucky to be a part of the show that sparked the Million Dollar Listing franchise. For the past 10 years, the show has documented my life and real estate career from the very beginning," he continued. "I couldn’t have done it without the love and support from the fans who inspired me to share my life on camera. Thank you to Bravo, World of Wonder and the crew who became family for all your hard work and dedication to making this show the success that it is today."
“From the bottom of my heart, I sincerely thank you all and hope you will continue to follow my journey as I begin a new chapter of my life," he finished. Season 11 has been renewed for MDD: LA, however Bravo hasn't revealed who will be part of it just yet.
Madison was one of the original cast members when the show premiered in 2006 alongside Josh Flagg and Chad Rogers. Chad was replaced with Josh Altman, where he, Madison and Josh have been the most consistent cast members over the course of ten seasons.
Madison was a series regular for its first 6 seasons before becoming a guest/friend of the show until he was bumped back up to a main cast member for seasons 9 and 10.
h/t The Daily Dish