Lala Kent may raise her glass again after all.
In an exclusive new interview with Page Six, the “Vanderpump Rules” star, 31, said that she’s considering a return to the Bravo reality series after hinting at an exit earlier this month.
“There are moments where I think I may have outgrown the space. But … I kind of am rolling with the punches. If they called me tomorrow, I would have to see how I felt. I don’t know what my future holds,” she told us.
“I am looking for a very positive space in life right now, so thank goodness the show isn’t filming right now. Or maybe I wish it were, I don’t know!”
Kent added that “nothing is off the table” for her right now: “I don’t say no to very much.”
On the Dec. 8 episode of her “Give Them Lala” podcast, the Bravolebrity — who has starred on “Pump Rules” since 2015’s Season 4 — said that she felt like quitting the reality show after “feeling a bit alone” during the recent Season 9 reunion taping.
Weeks later, Kent says she regrets suggesting that her castmates haven’t supported her as she navigates life as a single mom to 9-month-old daughter Ocean. She split from from her baby’s father, ex-fiancé Randall Emmett, in October after the movie producer, 50, allegedly cheated on her in Nashville.
“I wish I wouldn’t have said that on the podcast because even though no one reached out to me after the reunion, I feel like I discredited Katie [Maloney] and I discredited Scheana [Shay]. They have been such a support system for me since this happened,” Kent told Page Six.
“So for me to put that on the podcast and fixate on that one moment, I’m not proud of that at all — because they really have been incredible friends to me. And the cast has been a great support.”
Outside of the “Pump Rules” crew, Kent — who has moved out of Emmett’s Bel Air home and secured a place of her own — has been relying on her mother, Lisa Burningham, and immediate family members to help her through this transitional period.
“My mom is absolutely incredible. She’s my backbone. She helps with Ocean. She’s my support in all areas,” Kent raved. “My family, I don’t even know how I got lucky enough to be able to call them my blood. I have the best support system that you could possibly ask for.”
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.