Lala Kent says new season of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ will be ‘very different’
Lala Kent once stuck fiancé Randall Emmett’s toothbrush up her butt
Lala Kent poses in a bikini after giving birth to baby Ocean
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Lala Kent says “Vanderpump Rules” is going to be “a different show” when it returns from its long COVID-19 hiatus.
“So many people have asked what can we expect this season and this is the first year that I can say I have no idea,” the reality star told Page Six on Monday.
“A lot of time has passed, cast members who were key players that are no longer on the show and there has been a lot of things that have said and happened in the two-year period and now we’re getting together where we have to talk about these things.”
She also joked: “I hope I”m still good at my job!”
The Bravo show, which begins filming storylines Tuesday, hasn’t filmed in roughly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In that time, a lot has happened.
In June 2020 original cast members Kristen Doute and Stassi Schroeder were fired following accusations by former co-worker Faith Stowers that the two women filed a false police report against her.
It was also announced that Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni would not be returning due to past racist Twitter posts. Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright have also confirmed that they are bowing out. And cast member Scheana Shay became a mom last month when she gave birth to a baby girl named Summer Moon Honey Davies.
” I don’t know what to expect, there are mommies now, babies in the mix,” Kent said. “I will say that it’s going to be a different show but I think it’s going to be extremely entertaining.”
The Utah-native has a lot on her plate these days. She just released a memoir entitled “Give Them Lala” — which includes an unhygienic tale about shoving a toothbrush up her bum — and in March welcomed daughter Ocean with movie producer fiancé Randall Emmett.
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