Party Down South: Lyle Boudreaux Tells All

What Does the Future Hold for Lyle and Santana?

Party Down South might be over, but that doesn’t mean the cast is far from over, especially Lyle Boudreaux. We checked in with him to see what he’s up to, and, of course, where him and Santana stand.

Q. What are you up to these days?
A. I’ve been cooking, and working on a cook book actually.

Q. What’s next for you?
A. Take my show biz to another level. I have a couple things on the table that I want to do. I’d like to make my own cooking show. Travel across the United States and cook for people.

Q. What’s your relationship status?
A. I am a single guy. Very handsome. 6′ 3″. Hazel green eyes, you know. Ha ha. No, I’m just focused on getting my little girl raised. I’m not going to moving to any relationship real quick.

Q. What are you looking for in a girl?
A. I’m might just marry my truck. She’s been very loyal to me, and she keeps a smile on my face!

Q. Where do you stand with Santana?
A. We’re friends. I can’t hate nobody forever, but I can’t date someone who isn’t loyal to me. She still calls me every now and then. But, I’m just focused on myself right now.

I’d rather just take care of myself, and my daughter. I’m finally back to happiness again, trying to fix my future for me.

Q. Anything happen between you and Santana after the show?
A. We started talking again. We was broken up for Thanksgiving, Christmas. For New Year’s, we chilled for a couple weeks, and then that was it. The spark just wasn’t there anymore.

Santana still wants to get back and work on things, but I can’t fake it. Where we stand right now, we’re just friends. And no telling what the future holds, if she gets her head on straight, there could be a possibility, but right now, no.

Q. Who from the cast do you hang out with the most?
A. I went and saw Mattie for Christmas. I still holler at Tiffany. Me and Daddy, and Murray talk on the phone. And Walt plays phone tag. It’s a hit and miss. And, Lauren, we’ve chilled at Tiffany’s. And Hannah, yes.

Q. What’s the best pick-up line you’ve received?
A. You must be my appendix. I don’t know how you work, or what’s going on inside. But I want to take you out!

Q. Anything you want to say to your fans?
A. Keep close eye on my social media, and they will learn how to cook.

Writer and producer for Lives in Los Angeles and once glued herself to the TV.