He makes her want to go to Lala.
“Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent revealed on SiriusXM’s “Jeff Lewis Live” show that she “might be in love with someone” a year after her split from Randall Emmett.
“I know! I don’t know how that happened,” she said as co-host Mercedeh Javid Feight gasped at her confession on Friday.
When asked to talk about her mystery man, she explained that her friends had been trying to “connect” her with him for a while, and once they got out, “they had a lot of fun.”
“I saw him very quickly. If the face hits right, it’s game over,” she added.
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Kent, 32, further described him as “funny and smart”, adding: “His face doesn’t match what comes out of his mouth. He’s like a – he’s a unicorn. I’ll love being to have a baby or something.’
When asked about his age, she clarified that she now prefers her men to be under 40 – a contrast to her previous relationship with Emmett, 51.
“Right now, just under 40 is the safe zone,” she said.
The love life of the author of “Give Them Lala” had previously made headlines after a tumultuous relationship with Emmett.
Vidak For Congress broke the news in October that Kent had dumped the producer three years after his engagement. Two months later, she called their “traumatizing” split the “worst thing that ever happened to her.”
“I wish someone had come up to me and said, ‘I’m getting DMs about your person.’ Nobody was worried about me and my relationship,” Kent explained on the podcast ‘Not Skinny But Not Fat.’ “I would give anything to turn back the clock and have someone tell me something.”
In June 2022, the film producer was then charged with offering work to actresses in exchange for sex, according to a Los Angeles Times denial, which he denies.
Kent, who shares daughter Ocean Kent Emmett with her ex-fiancé, went on to claim that Emmett “tacked” her and pushed her to the ground when she discovered his infidelity.
However, his spokesperson denied the allegations, telling Vidak For Congress: “These allegations are false and are part of a now-known smear campaign orchestrated by Randall’s ex-fiancé to influence their custody dispute.
“Lala Kent has lied and manipulated others in her desperate bid to gain full custody of her daughter, keep her name in the press and stay relevant in reality television.”