Ahead of Tuesday's debut episode of the new season, Kent joined forces with her cast mates for a party with Ray J and Too Short. On January 7, Kent looked back on her fun night with her soon-to-be-husband as she posted a photo from their night out to her Instagram page.
In that photo, Kent was seen rocking a star-print dress, her blond hair styled down as she stood with her fiancé's arm around her. Meanwhile the two rappers were seen on each side of the couple, and another friend, David Weintraub, posed behind them.
Kent also shared several videos taken of Emmett at the event to Instagram, including one that featured him standing beside Lisa Vanderpump. In that brief bit of footage, Emmett gushed over the way in which Vanderpump "f**ked him" by convincing him to join the series.
Emmett then said that Vanderpump is a queen, thanking her for being his friend.
As fans of Vanderpump Rules may have seen, Emmett and Vanderpump have spent time with one another away from the cameras on occasion over the years. The two actually traveled together -- on Emmett's chartered jet -- to Kentucky, heading there to attend the wedding of Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright in June of last year.Kent and Emmett were joined at the Vanderpump Rules Season 8 premiere party by James Kennedy, Scheana Marie, Raquel Leviss, Kristen Doute, Ariana Madix, Tom Sandoval, and new cast members Brett Caprioni, Dayna Kathan, and Max Boyens.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, several cast members have spoken out about Emmett's new role on the show -- including Sandoval and Madix, who told Us Weekly during an interview last month that they both enjoy being around Emmett.
"It was different. [Randall] wasn't, like, crazy in the mix," Sandoval said of Emmett's Season 8 position.
Sandoval then said that because Emmett has never aspired to be a reality star, he was often cautious about the things he chose to speak with him about on the show, so as to not cross any boundaries during filming.
"I get a little nervous about being as candid with him when the cameras are on because I know he doesn't want anything. He's not trying. So I feel bad. I don't want to bring anything up," Sandoval explained.