Lala Kent Doesn't Think God Would Give Her Coronavirus Before Her Wedding

Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent spoke out about the rapidly spreading coronavirus in a new video posted to her Instagram stories this week. In it, she told her 1.3 million followers that she doesn't feel she's in much danger of getting COVID-19 - the contagious illness caused by the virus - because she doesn't believe God would give it to her so close to her upcoming wedding with her fiancé, Randall Emmett.

The reality star made the controversial confession in a series of videos posted on March 12, declaring that she can't see herself contracting COVID-19 as she prepares to tie the knot with the TV and film producer in just over a month's time on April 18.

"So I may get in trouble for this, but it's okay. I just don't feel that God would give me coronavirus before I get married. I just don't see that happening to me," Lala said in the candid selfie video, per The Daily Mail.

She then explained that if she did get the virus, it would be God's way of giving her some publicity.

"Let's just say I did get it before my wedding," Lala continued, "I feel that means God is like, 'B*tch you need a little publicity.'"

"But that's the only way I would get it, I feel," she added.

Lala then spoke to a friend who was in her kitchen as she turned the camera around to film her and asked, "Do you think people are going to slam me for what I said?"

The friend then replied, "I don't even know. People slam on sh*t for the weirdest reasons."

Lala showed off a very casual look in the videos. She appeared to wear little to no makeup as she spoke candidly to the camera.

The Bravo star showed off her undeniable natural beauty with a barefaced look, and had her long blond hair tied up in a messy bun. She also rocked a casual gray hoodie with a cartoon face of a blond haired woman across the front.

Lala is clearly pretty excited to tie the knot with Randall. She gave her Instagram followers a look at their wedding invitations on Valentine's Day. The invites confirmed the date and also revealed that they'll be tying the knot in Newport Beach, California - unless the coronavirus puts a halt to their big day.

Earlier this month, Lala hosted a bridal shower and urged guests to donate to The Humane Society in lieu of a gift.