Lala Kent is slowly embracing her newfound freedom. The Vanderpump Rules star casually showed off her new digs as if it was no big deal. She moved out of the Bel Air home they once shared together. In rather interesting timing, Bravo TV’s The Daily Dish showed a video of Lala giving a tour of their family home.
But she doesn’t live there anymore. She hasn’t since last month. The Give Them Lala founder moved out of their house once she found out that Randall was caught with two other women in Nashville. She’s making a conscious effort to move on with her life and rebrand her podcast.
Lala Kent shows off her “new place” after Randall Emmett split
The model moved into her new home in Los Angeles. On Monday, November 22, Lala Kent revealed in her latest Instagram video that she’s moved out of the Bel Air Home she once shared with then-fiance Randall Emmett. The Pump Rules star moved into her “new place,” which is all her own.
“Hey guys, welcome to my new place,” Lala Kent casually says in the video while promoting her new partnership with a nonalcoholic wine brand. “Oh my gosh, look what just appeared! Perfect timing because I’m desperate need for a drink — nonalcoholic, that is.”
The former SURver has been sober for three years. In the video, Lala wore a sleek and simple look. She paired a gray blazer with a white T-shirt. The reality star wore her blonde hair down and straight with a middle part. She finished off her look with contoured eyebrows and pink lip color from her Give Them Lala makeup brand.
She stands in her kitchen during the video. It features an all-white, modern interior, which gives fans an idea of what to expect from her new place. This comes after Lala changed her “Rand” tattoo to “bRand new.” She’s been quickly making new changes in her life since their split.
Vanderpump Rules star rebrands her podcast
Lala Kent also rebranded her podcast which she used to co-host with Randall Emmett. She simply dropped his name from the title. For the past few weeks, the Bravo star opened up a little about their split. She last spoke out about how she’s been navigating her life as a new mom.
“Hello, my loves,” Lala Kent announced in a clip via her podcast’s Instagram page on Sunday, November 21. “I am so excited to introduce my brand-new podcast, ‘Give Them Lala.'”
She called it a “space where my listeners will be heard.” Lala previously hosted the podcast with her 50-year-old guest. She teased that she already has some “amazing” guests lined up for the show. Lala plans to talk about it all, including relationships, intimacy, and “betrayal.”
Lala wants her listeners to feel “inspired” by her new solo entire. In another message written on her Instagram, she shared that she’s “so excited to start this new chapter” with her fans. The Midnight in the Switchgrass director announced that he will no longer be part of the show. Randall did admit that while it was “really f***ing fun,” he won’t be part of any future episodes.
He may not also return for VPR Season 10. He admitted that he’s taking “a step back from being in front of the cameras.” For now, Randall wants to focus on his career and his family. He’s “really proud” of what he created with Lala and how they announced the birth of their daughter, Ocean Emmett.
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Vanderpump Rules Season 9 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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