Lala’s Last Season? Kent Ready To Quit ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Again

Lala’s Last Season? Kent Ready To Quit ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Again

December 10, 2018

Some Rules are made to be broken!

Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent’s wedding to movie producer fiance Randall Emmett, 47, may be the end of her reality TV career, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

“Lala is strongly considering leaving the show after she and Randall tie the knot,” a source close to the 28-year-old brunette beauty said.

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“She does not want her marriage to fail because of her reality TV career, and her cast mates kind of agree with her that doing the show may cause drama in her marriage.”

Costar Scheana Marie infamously split from husband Michael Shay in 2016 after just two years of marriage. Their dream wedding was featured on the show.

Meanwhile, Tom Schwartz‘s cheating scandal and his wife Katie Maloney‘s heartbreak also went down on camera after their 2016 made-for-TV wedding. (The couple is still together and seemingly doing well.)

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Kent previously quit Vanderpump Rules in 2016, before returning a year later.

In another, the singer and beauty mogul — who announced her engagement to Emmett on Sept. 1 — proclaimed that she is now sober after using alcohol as a crutch following her father’s tragic death.

Needless to say, her new lifestyle does not jive well with the hard-partying cast of Vanderpump Rules.

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“Lala has gotten what she wants out of the show and she has finally found her happily ever after,” the source said. “The last thing that she wants to do is mess up what she and Randall have by putting fame in front of love.”

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