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Lala Kent & Ariana Madix Show Sympathy for Raquel Leviss After Watching Final Confessional Interview in Vanderpump Rules Reunion

Lala Kent and Ariana Madix have expressed sympathy towards Raquel Leviss following her emotional confessional interview in the Vanderpump Rules season 10 reunion. The former pageant queen revealed that she and Tom Sandoval had been lying about the timeline of their affair, leading to Leviss breaking down in tears. Although Kent and Madix previously felt negatively towards Leviss, they now acknowledge that she needs help to deal with the situation.

Lala Kent and Ariana Madix feel sympathy for Raquel Leviss after watching her final confessional interview in part 3 of the Vanderpump Rules season 10 reunion and recognize that she needs real help.

Vanderpump Rules stars Lala Kent and Ariana Madix have revealed their sympathy towards their costar Raquel Leviss after watching her final confessional interview on the show. In the interview, Leviss broke down and admitted that she and Tom Sandoval had lied about the timeline of their affair, which started in August 2022. Both Kent and Madix acknowledged their changing emotions towards Leviss and suggested that they had underestimated the impact of appearing on a reality TV show. Kent recognised that Leviss “needs some real help” and wondered whether reality TV was the right platform for her. Madix expressed her understanding towards Leviss’s situation but remained non-committal on whether Sandoval or Leviss will appear on season 11 of Pump Rules.

Leviss’s confession prompted a debate among the cast members about the potential mental health effects of being on a reality TV show. Leviss previously checked herself into mental health treatment after filming for season 10 of the show had concluded. Her representative confirmed that she entered treatment to work on mental health issues, not substance abuse. An insider told Us Weekly that Leviss remains in treatment currently and has been there for over 68 days. The source said that Leviss is “remorseful for her actions” and aims to share her story with the “unfiltered truth” when she leaves treatment.

Leviss’s story serves as another example of the pressures that reality TV can have on people’s mental health. A study by the American Psychological Association found that people often struggle with their identity after being on a reality TV show and that the experience can cause severe anxiety and depression. The study highlighted that people on reality TV are exposed to many stressors, including a lack of privacy and constant public scrutiny. It is essential that networks consider the potential effects of reality TV on people’s mental and emotional well-being and offer the necessary support to enable them to recover from the experience.

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