There is a lot of drama happening on Bravo’s Vanderpump Rules. Yes, most of the show's plot right now (rightfully) focuses on the shocking cheating scandal between two cast mates, Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss, now popularly known as "Scandoval." But there are also subplot dramas ensuing, one of which features Leviss and a galaxy projector light that turn can turn any ceiling or wall into a starry night sky.
During a cast trip to Las Vegas and Lake Havasu City, Arizona, Leviss brought a galaxy projector light—and her co-stars Lala Kent, Katie Maloney, and Kristina Kelly all made fun of her behind her back for using the product. In a confessional interview, Kelly even went so far as to say, “I only know one other person who has this galaxy light, and it’s a 3-year-old little girl.”
Well, hot take: While we certainly can't speak to the other drama in which Leviss is currently embroiled, we can defend anyone looking to set a bedtime mood with a galaxy projector light. Whether it's added to a hotel bedroom on a trip, a bathroom for relaxing in the tub, or tapping into some childlike wonder in your bedroom, we stan the galaxy projector light.
The galaxy projector light can transform any room into an expansive star-scape, providing transportive energy that might make someone feel they're actually stargazing outdoors (even if they're tucked under some luxe sheets). And since being out in nature is connected to well-being benefits, including lowered stress and blood pressure, it's not outrageous to consider the galaxy projector light as a tool that might help you relax and ease into a slumber.
And, lucky for us, one Reddit user actually asked Leviss for the details on her specific projector light when all of this was going down; the projector is conveniently from Amazon.
Raquel Leviss’ galaxy projector light
The light projector in question is the BlissLights Sky Lite, which is currently on sale for $50 on Amazon, and it's an out-of-this-world way (couldn't help ourselves) to add some celestial magic to your space.
The light is designed to project a patented celestial sky featuring drifting stars across with an RGB nebula cloud. And, as Leviss demonstrated, it's small enough to travel with and it’s super-easy to set up with no installation required. The galaxy light also comes with Bluetooth capabilities and there is an app you can download to control all of the different celestial settings—including brightness, light effects, colors, and rotation—from the comfort of your phone.
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