The former teenage reality star is going to be a mom! “I have a feeling 2017 is going to be the best year yet…” Lauren Conrad happily declared on New Year’s Day.
Heidi Montag says her friendship with Lauren Conrad was F-A-K-E: ‘I spent years pretending to like her’
We’ve known for years that MTV’s hit reality show The Hills was anything but real. The series ended back in 2010, and, since then, most of the cast members have spoken out about their time on the show. Kristin Cavallari flat-out admitted the show was scripted; Brody Jenner confessed he never actually dated Lauren Conrad; now, Heidi Montag is sharing her side. Read on to find out what she has to say about her former on-screen BFF!
Lauren Conrad is taking a stand against “body-shaming terms” by banning certain words and phrases from her website. Find out what is now off-limits and why Lauren said she made the decision…
See the first picture of Lauren Conrad and William Tell on their wedding day — and get details straight from the former MTV star-turned-fashion designer on how she styled the “rustic chic” affair.
Three months after granting Lauren Conrad her third cover, Allure Magazine insulted the fashionista’s style. Not surprisingly, she didn’t take too kindly to the diss…
Brody Jenner had some major revelations about just how genuine his relationships were on The Hills — proving, once again, the show was just about as real as Heidi Montags boobs.
27-year-old former star of Laguna Beach and The Hills, Lauren Conrad, is engaged to law student William Tell, she shared via her official blog yesterday. See a pic of the happy couple together as well as a photo Lauren shared of her new sparkler.
In the world of reality shows, real-vs-fake is a spectrum rather than a black-and-white issue. Sometimes crucial information is held back and back stories are fudged a little, sometimes they’re highly “scripted.” Often producers bring the cast members into a situation they wouldn’t normally be in, or situations that happened without cameras are reenacted, but besides the fact that the people on The Hills were playing “themselves,” it always seemed to be a little extra fake.