Lala Kent May Be Back At Vanderpump Rules: Had Earlier Hinted At Retiring

Lala Kent

Lala Kent has admitted that she might be back next season for Vanderpump Rules. Earlier, she had hesitated when speaking of returning to the show. But she has now dispelled doubts and will be back for next Season.

Lala Kent had been doubtful about her comeback to Bravo after the completion of the S9 reunion. There was this feeling that the reality star did not have the support of her castmates after she separated from Randall Emmett.

Kent had her doubts about how well she would fit in anymore and had considered leaving the show once it wrapped up after Season 9.

Lala Kent’s departure from the show would not have been much of a shock. Her life now was on a different wavelength. Ocean, her daughter, came into the world in March. Randall is the father of the child. The paid had been super excited about their child when they had announced Lala’s pregnancy last September.

But despite the love they shared for their daughter, Randall drifted away and had cheated on her. She ended the engagement of three years the moment she came to know about his betrayal.

Vanderpump Rules Star Lala Kent Is Thankful She Did Not Marry Her Child’s Father, Randall

Lala Kent admitted recently in an interview that she is thinking again about returning to the show, despite hinting that she might not return after Season 9. She had said that she would like to consider how she felt if there was a call to return. She says that she doesn’t know what the future holds at present.

Kent admitted that she had not been fair to her co-stars Scheana Shay and Katie Maloney who had been supportive after Randall moved away.

Lala Kent also has the full support of her mother, Lisa Burningham, and other family members since her split. She knows that the cast of Vanderpump Rules has been like a second family and is thoughtful of her needs as a single parent.

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