MTV has passed on a reality show following the work life of Lauren Conrad, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"She did do a pilot. There were talks about whether we could somehow manage to put together a special based on that footage but that's also a big question mark based on her interest in that and the finances," MTV exec David Janollari told the magazine. "We love her! We would love her on our network! It was a great attempt but it just didn't feel like a perfect fit for us now."
PHOTO: Lauren Conrad debuts new dark 'do
Conrad slammed the network Friday for passing on the pilot, which centered on the starlet's flourishing fashion line.
"We sold a show to MTV, filmed it and are really proud of the final result," Conrad told The Hollywood Reporter in a statement. "MTV felt the subject matter was too high brow for their audience and ...
This week, the Jersey Shore cameras took viewers to place they never should have gone: the examination room in which Ronni had his rectal exam. Meanwhile, the girls hit up the sex shop for some new outfits, Pauly's stalker resurfaced, and Ron and Sammi broke up again. ...
This week's Top Chef paid homage to Goodfellas with an Italian-themed challenge and the film's Oscar-nominated actress Lorraine Bracco serving as guest judge. The cheftestants were split in three teams and tasked with making a dish for the one of New York's quintessential Italian-American restaurants, Rao's. But the group charged with the secondi (better known as the pasta course) failed to deliver on arguably the most important dish of an Italian meal. Unfortunately for Tre Wilcox, his overly thick risotto was the worst offense.
Find out why the Texas native coined himself as the "Black Italian" and what he really thinks about Anthony Bourdain's judging style. Plus: How does he always manage to stay out of the drama?
Yvette Nicole Brown, Community
Between the paintball episode and Ken Jeong's crazy one-liners, there have been some seriously hilarious scenes on Community. But Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley on the NBC sitcom, tells TVGuide.com: "The scenes that [LeVar Burton] is in and the cast member he has the scenes with — it is some of the funniest stuff I've seen on Community."
Plus, see what Brown had to say about a visual in tonight's "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" episode that will haunt you for life.
The Today Show
It may seem like Internet has been around forever, but this video from 1994 really demonstrates how far technology has come. In the clip, former Today show co-anchors Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric and correspondent Elizabeth Vargas try to figure out what the "@" symbol means, as well as try to define what this new crazy computer network called the "internet" really is. "What do you write to it, like, mail?" Gumbel questions. Um, something like that.
Check it out in the video after the jump.