Kelly Dodd and Lala Kent’s feud is far from over. After comparing Lala to Gollum from Harry Potter and calling her an idiot. Kelly has made a few more observations.

With the drama surrounding Lala’s split, it’s not super surprising to hear that Kelly has offered her new “insights” on the Vanderpump Rules star’s broken relationship with ex- fiance Randall Emmett.

Kelly claimed that No man would put up with a “whack job” like Lala, “No man would put up with that whack job!” the 46-year-old wrote in an Instagram story on Monday. She continued, “No one would put up with her!”.

The ladies have been going back and forth on Instagram since July, taking shots at each other whenever they can. However, Lala Kent is yet to respond to Kelly Dodd’s “whack job” insult.

The Real Wives of Orange County” star is tryong really hard to get under Lala’s skin though, Following her breakup with fiancé Randall Emmett in October. Dodd retweeted a Page Six article along with the caption, “I called it!!

The trouble first brewed when Dodd called Kent, “an idiot beyond the pale” on Instagram. Kent immediately clapped back with “Coming from a woman who wore a hat saying ‘Drunk Wives Matter,’ it is the biggest compliment that you think I’m an idiot. Thank you so much, babe,” the Bravo personality responded online.

Days later, Kelly took to her Instagram Stories to take a hit at Lala once more. She put up a side-by-side photo of Lala and Gollum from Lord of the Rings, and added a poll, asking followers if they see the resemblance. “Beauty is only skin deep,” she wrote. A short while later, Kelly seemingly “chickened out” and deleted the poll from her account.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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