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Here’s What Lala Kent Thinks of James Kennedy’s New GF
The Vanderpump Rules cast member dishes on James’ new relationship following his split from Raquel Leviss.
Following his split from Raquel Leviss, James Kennedy has been quite public with his new girlfriend. He has not only gone Instagram official with Ally but they have also attended a red carpet together. And now we're hearing from Lala Kent about the relationship. When the Vanderpump Rules cast member stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Monday, April 11, she shared whether she'd met Ally and what that meeting was like.
"I met her once," she said during her Clubhouse appearance, adding of the encounter, "I don't remember it well. And I'm sober, so [makes silly face and laughs]."
Lala has also been spending time with Raquel. The two recently teamed up for Lala's beauty brand, Give Them Lala, for a palette that pokes fun at their past drama. The name of that palette? "The Bambi Eyed [Bitch] palette," as Lala revealed on Instagram late last month, adding, "Thank you for being the biggest part of this [Raquel]."
Raquel, who shared recently that she just started dating again following the split and is also busy with her career, added in the comments of the collaboration's announcement, "I had such a fun day on this shoot!!"
As for what James and Ally have been up to, well, they've been vacationing. James shared photos from their trip to Jamaica. And we want to warn you, these photos may give you a major case of FOMO.
In case you're wondering how Raquel feels about James' new romance, she spilled all during an appearance on Katie Maloney-Schwartz's You're Gonna Love Me podcast. Raquel was prompted with the line "I'm judging you if..." She answered: "...you have a girlfriend after your engagement has ended in a one-month period." She noted, however, that she isn't taking it "too hard." Why? "I was the one that ended things, and we all cope with breakups differently."
She added, "But I do feel like being single isn't a bad thing. I think it's a great time to relearn who you are and heal from your past traumas and to figure out what you really, really like and to date people."
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