It's time to say ta-ta to Lala. 

Lala Kent is leaving Vanderpump Rules and her position as hostess at SUR after less than two seasons on the Bravo reality show, E! News has confirmed. 

"My reasoning for leaving was I felt like it was too much of a negative impact on my day-to-day life," Lala exclusively told E! News in a statement. "There was not enough good to outweigh the bad. I've also worked so hard on my talent as far as singing and acting goes, and no one has really recognized that. It's just been a bunch of s--t-slinging. I just don't care to be part of anything like that."

Lala joined the Bravo hit series in season four and will quit midway through season five, which is currently airing on Mondays. Bravo had no comment on Lala's exit from the series. 

Lala's exit from Pump Rules shouldn't come as much of a surprise, seeing as how she is no longer a featured player in the show's opening credits, and has clashed with most of the castmembers during her two-season stint.  

One of those clashes was with Katie Maloney after Lala and James Kennedy, who was fired by Lisa Vanderpump in a recent episode, body-shamed her in the premiere. 

But it sounds like Lala's fans won't have to wait too long to see her back on  their TV screens, as the 25-year-old told us, "We have a TV show in the works right now, I have two films that I'm currently shooting though I can't announce the titles yet. I'm working on my EP which will have a list of singers and rappers on it, so I'm very excited!"

Lala Kent, Vanderpump Rules

Tommy Garcia/Bravo

Lala has been at the center of a rumor storm this season, with Katie and other cast members claiming Lala is dating a married man who bought her a Range Rover. Lala refused to tell anyone who she was dating, even her best friend James.

However, in last night's episode, Lala revealed to James that her boyfriend has broken up with her because she took out of all her frustrations about what was going on at SUR on him and he was over it. 

TooFab first reported Lala's exit from the show. 

Vanderpump Rules airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo. 

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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