The reality-star-turned fashionista admitted she prefers not to look back on the show as it doesn’t bring back the “best memories.” “I never loved being on camera.
A lot of people want to be on camera,” she said as the camera panned to an old clip of enemies Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag.
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Speaking to "I'm going to wait a few weeks obviously and wait until I get the okay from the doctor, but I'm excited to get back into it. I'm in a wedding in a month and fortunately we're doing the bridesmaid dresses so I can order several. Tell confirmed that their little one was named William "Liam" James, they didn't share any snaps of the baby on social media.
Lauren Conrad is finally dropping the truth on the reality behind her and Brody Jenner.
The former reality starlet returned to MTV on Tuesday night to reflect on the 10-year anniversary of “The Hills” in a special called “The Hills: That was Then, This is Now.” While the highly anticipated segment didn’t reunite the cast, Conrad at least offered up a few morsels of new information — especially for fans who have been waiting years for the scoop on her romance with Jenner.
The 30-year-old said she went along with the played-up romance because of “pressure” to have an on-screen boyfriend.
"We were dating, and then he filmed with me [the] first season that never aired," she explained. He came to my very first apartment -- I think it was before I even met Heidi [Montag] and Lauren [Conrad], really -- and we filmed doing my hair or something." "And then we didn't really talk until third season, we started hanging out again and he was kind of entertaining the idea of filming," she continued.So, what we were going through on the show was different than the real life stuff." When ET chatted with Brescia, however, he squashed any rumors of a romance with Patridge, telling us that he never really dated the brunette beauty."No, I mean, we worked a lot together and we traveled a lot together, so we had a lot of hours together and we became really good friends," he explained.(She named some styles after her pals — obviously, there's a Lo for Lauren Bosworth, an Audrina for Audrina Patridge, and a Whitney for Whitney Port.) As for any negative reviews her creations have gotten, she says, "It's business. Even if people are rude, at least they're talking about it!" While she certainly has a few detractors, young women gravitate toward Lauren because they see themselves in her.