Lala Kent, Katie Maloney say Pump Rules cast wouldve welcomed Raquel Leviss on Season 11: No one wouldve been upset

Lala Kent and Katie Maloney figure Raquel Leviss ought to have gotten back to film Season 11 of "Vanderpump Rules" and would've been available to recording with her after Scandoval.

"I believed that she expected to return to the gathering after dust had settled and individuals were able to listen to her, make her changes in a more quiet setting and afterward head out into the distance," Kent told Page Six at the "Vanderpump Rules" Season 11 debut Wednesday.

Lala Kent Reveals Vanderpump Rules Fight With Raquel Leviss That Didn't Air

Kent made sense of that assuming Leviss had offered recording one more opportunity, "it would've added a component of a conclusion of some kind" after Leviss' months-long undertaking with Tom Sandoval exploded last season.

"I wish that she would've returned," Kent said. "Nobody will think often about Scandoval until the end of time. This will like eventually burn out, and afterward what do you proceed to do?"

The "Give Them Lala" webcast have conceded that the season would have been "not the same as she [Leviss] naturally suspected it would be," on the grounds that not every person is on a level "100" as were they

Lala Kent and Katie Maloney guarantee the "Vanderpump Rules" cast would've invited Raquel Leviss to film with them on Season 11.

Katie Maloney talking

Kent, 33, said that she is one of those individuals who had quieted down and would've been available to a fair discussion with Leviss - - as long as Leviss apologized for considering her a "special lady" the year earlier.

In the mean time, Maloney, 37, concurred with Kent's opinion and prodded that she was more open to recording with Leviss "than another person."

"I don't think anybody was like, 'Darn I wish Rachel was here,' yet I think given all that had went down, I think now that she has a webcast I think it would've been great," Maloney made sense of.

Maloney likewise figures it would have been "great" for Leviss to have offered it one more opportunity.

Maloney feels that Leviss "ought to have been quite recently returned" to give a series of statements of regret, and afterward "nobody would've been vexed assuming that she returned."

"She had similarly as much as a spot to return as any other individual did," Maloney proceeded. "However much Sandoval had a spot to return, however much anybody did.

I suppose assuming she was going to ultimately want to tell her side or talk her tranquility, she ought to have been quite recently come and done that on the show," Maloney finished up.

Raquel Leviss posing

Leviss at last affirmed in August that she wasn't getting back to the show following the outrage.

I will not regard myself on that level where I would persevere through that psychological mistreatment any longer. I can't do that to myself," she made sense of on Bethenny Frankel's "Just B" digital recording at that point.

Leviss has since been gradually beginning to discuss Scandoval on her new digital recording, while the remainder of the cast - - including Sandoval - - got back to work through the show on the forthcoming season.

Season 11 of "Vanderpump Rules" debuts Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.