‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Lala Kent contemplating getting coronavirus for publicity

Lala Kent is hoping the coronavirus will work in her favor when it comes to her saying “I do.”

“So, I may get in trouble for this but it’s okay,” the “Vanderpump Rules” star shared on her Instagram Story. “I just don’t feel that God would give me coronavirus before I get married. I just don’t see that happening to me. Let’s just say I do get it before my wedding. I feel like that means that God is like, ‘Bitch. You need a little publicity.’ That’s the only way I would get it I feel.”

Kent, 30, is set to tie the knot with “The Irishman” producer Randall Emmett on April 18 in Newport Beach, Calif. They recently told Page Six that they were leaving the planning to their moms.

“We decided to bring our moms on board to help us with the planning because Randall and I couldn’t be more clueless when it comes to wedding planning,” Kent said at the time.

“That is 100 percent true,” Emmett, 48, added. “We woke up after New Year’s and we looked at each other and we were like, ‘By the way, PS, we’re getting married in about 90 days. I don’t think we’ve looked at one detail on this wedding.’ And we both had meltdowns, like highest level meltdowns, so we both called our mothers, which is standard in our relationship, and we said, ‘you two need to get on a plane, get to California and help handle our situation.’ So now we have a wedding planner and our mothers running the wedding. That’s what’s going on.”

Hopefully, their parents picked up extra hand sanitizer for their guests.

Meanwhile, her costar, Stassi Schroeder, may actually have her wedding plans affected by the novel coronavirus. Her nuptials to Beau Clark are set to take place this October in Rome, but they may choose to change their location.

Italy currently has the highest number of deaths from the coronavirus besides China, where the virus originated and a majority Clark’s family is currently living on lockdown.

Kent’s rep had less to say about her declaration, simply telling us, “No comment.”

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