Lala Kent “can’t wait” to come face to face with Raquel Leviss at the upcoming “Vanderpump Rules” reunion.
After Leviss, 28, announced that she will be attending the post-“Scandoval” special, Kent took to her Instagram Story to share her excitement.
“We can’t wait to see you @raquelleviss 😈” the 32-year-old wrote atop a screenshot of Leviss’ original announcement post.
Kent’s response came just hours after Leviss — whose months-long affair with co-star Tom Sandoval was outed March 1 — posted a message from her notes app, reading, “Yes, I will be attending the reunion tomorrow in person.”
Leviss’ decision to show up to the highly-anticipated taping came as a shock to many fans given her restraining order against co-star Scheana Shay.
Leviss claimed that Shay punched her in the face during a “heated confrontation” earlier this month after the 37-year-old found out about her dalliance with Sandoval — despite his 10-year relationship with Ariana Madix.
However, Shay’s lawyer, Neama Rahmani, later denied Leviss’ claims, saying she was trying to sabotage the reunion by forcing herself or Shay to join via Zoom.
“Scheana never punched Rachel, period,” the former federal prosecutor told Page Six on March 9. “This entire case is a fabrication by a known liar and a cheat who has betrayed everyone close to her.”
While it’s still unclear if both ladies will be able to attend, Shay previously predicted that things might get heated between the cast.
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“We need to have cages,” Shay said on a recent episode of her “Scheananigans” podcast. “Everyone needs their own personal bodyguard because oof.”
Kent agreed, adding that “security will definitely be amped up.”
The entire “VPR” cast has been very outspoken ever since news of the shocking affair broke, with Kent admitting she missed a “dead giveaway” of the pair’s infidelity last summer.
According to the mother of one, Leviss strung galaxy lights in her room, seemingly matching Sandoval’s choice of decor.
“The only time I start adopting … a man’s behavior is if I start f–king them,” she said Wednesday on her “Give Them Lala” podcast.
She went on to reveal that she has been kept in the dark about details for the reunion on March 23.
“I don’t know who’s going to show up. I don’t know who’s going to be sitting where,” she continued, adding that she hopes the entire reunion isn’t “centered” on the scandal.
Both Leviss and Sandoval have since issued public apologies to Madix, however, it’s unclear if they’ll be stepping out for the first time as a couple at Thursday’s taping.
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.