Rumor: Lala Kent Won’t Get A Spin Off Show Because Of Her Lack Of “Favorable Opinion” With Viewers

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It’s NOT all happening for Lala Kent from Vanderpump Rules.

The Bravo TV personality was rumored to be in the running for a pregnancy spin-off show, which seemingly isn’t going to come to fruition.

The ruuuumuuuhhrrs (and the nastiness):

In a Blind Item reveal from Crazy Days and Nights, the anonymous tipster named “Lauren from Utah/Bravo” as the “former sugar baby [who] thought she was going to get her own spinoff on the network to discuss her life event.”

Allegedly, Lala “isn’t [getting a spinoff] because “her Q ratings are not good enough.”

**FYI, a ‘Q Rating is “a scale measuring the popularity of a person or thing typically based on dividing an assessment of familiarity by an assessment of favorable opinion. In other words, Lala isn’t likable enough to carry her own show.**


On an episode of the Give Them Lala podcast, the expectant mother shared why she purchased a home in The Valley. “Let me be very clear. I bought my house in the valley because it’s all I could afford. I would have liked to have been in the Beverly Hills flats, bitch, but I can’t afford it … yet.”

Regarding the rumor of Lala relocating to get a gig on VPR‘s spinoff show, she clarified, “I did not move to the valley because I want to be on The Valley. I moved there because that’s what I could afford.”

Jax Taylor entered the chat:

He may not be the number one guy in the group, but he is the number one gate keeper in The Valley. During an episode of the When Reality Hits podcast, Jax revealed, “I personally don’t think we need to bring anyone from Vanderpump Rules over.”

Jax continued his tantrum, “I’m not trying to make this Vanderpump Rules. As of right now, that is a no. It is a hard no. But who knows, it could change. If we have parties, absolutely. But, this is The Valley. This is not an extension of Vanderpump Rules. I’m really proud of our show and I think it isn’t fair for our cast members after they worked so hard to [just] bring people over.”

Is Lala’s Q rating high enough, in your opinion, to afford her a spinoff show?