There’s no doubt that the Bravo network has a very avid following. I mean, BravoCon tickets sold out instantly. However, there are very few Bravolebrities who have truly transcended their reality star status. Bethenny Frankel is a household name thanks to her business success and philanthropic powerhouse. Lisa Vanderpump has the most loyal following of them all. Even people who don’t watch Real Housewives knows Teresa Giudice for her legal troubles (sorry, girl, but it’s true).
Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent has been turned up to eleven all season long. You’d think she would be happy now that she’s an honorary member of the Witches of WeHo. But instead, she’s had one meltdown after the other. And her wrath has been targeted at her former best friend, James Kennedy.
Lala and James used to be inseparable. They genuinely supported each other in their friendship and artistic endeavors. James even kickstarted Lala’s
non-existent career as a singer. But times have changed. Now Lala has a non-existent career as an actress. Just don’t say her fiancé Randall Emmett got her there. So, does Lala still support James and his career?
The Vanderpump Rules cast made it clear that their end goal was to become
washed up reality TV stars famous actors. So far, the closest anyone got was when Laura Leigh scored a bit part in We’re The Millers with Jennifer Aniston. And that was six years ago.
Now, Lala Kent is the next Pump Rules castmate to break through to the big screen. She recently landed a role in a movie with Al Pacino. Guess Al really needed that check. And Lala wants everyone to know that she earned it all on her own. It had nothing to do with the fact that her
sugar daddy fiancé Randall Emmett is a producer on the film. Nothing at all.