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LA Rams stars stunned by Los Angeles prices in new series Hollywood & Football

Kenny Britt and wife Sabrina talk about LA's sky-high prices on Hollywood & Football
Kenny Britt and wife Sabrina talk about LA’s sky-high prices on new series Hollywood & Football

Moving back to LA for the start of the 2016 NFL season was the dawn of a new era for the Los Angeles Rams — and now their transition has been documented in new E! reality show, Hollywood & Football.

The series follows the lives of six Rams players as they and the team relocate back to its California home after the side’s 21-year stint playing out of the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

The players featured over the course of the season are Kenny Britt, Rodger Saffold, Lance Kendricks, Chase Reynolds, Bradley Marquez and Cory Harkey.

Their partners, Sabrina Britt, Asia Saffold, Danielle Kendricks, Kila Reynolds, Melissa Hernandez and Bianca Harkey, also star — along with other members of their ‘Ram-ilies’.

But the transition is not always smooth as the couples get used to life in LA and its sky-high prices.

In one clip, Kenny and Sabrina Britt go house-hunting and are stunned as they look around a modern property when the realtor says the seller wants $9million for it.

Sabrina says: “We could have bought a small town in St. Louis for $9million!”

Kenny says to her: “It’s not like we can’t afford it, because we can. But do you really want to be married into a mortgage for, like, how many years?”

And it’s out of the door and on to a new property for the couple as Sabrina jokes: “No, being married to you is hard enough!”

The players also struggle to come to terms with the city’s notorious traffic, and living expenses that seem exorbitant compared to what they were used to in St. Louis.

Meanwhile, their partners have their own problems as they try to make new friends, find schools for their kids, and live in the city of celebrity paparazzi.

Hollywood & Football premieres tonight at 9/8c on E!

Julian is the editor of Monsters & Critics. He has worked as a journalist for more than ten years, previously as an editor at the... read more
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