After five seasons, over 100 episodes, and a multitude of meaningful words of wisdom, the Lauren Conrad era on The Hills has come to an end. The girls are moving out of their house and when Lo asks Lauren what's next, she responds, "For the first time in a long time, I really don't know."
Sunday's episode of The Hills (8 pm/ET on MTV) not only marks the end to Season 5, but an end to the Lauren Conrad era. In honor of our favorite Laguna Beach native turned Hills hottie, we decided to take a look back at all her words of wisdom throughout the years.
Season 1, Episode 9 "Love is Not a Maybe Thing"
Heidi debates breaking up with her boyfriend Jordan when she isn't quite sure if missing him means it's a relationship worth saving. Lauren makes it simple for her:
"Love is not a maybe thing; you know when you love someone."
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag
Hollywood may be known as a jungle, but Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are headed for an actual jungle on NBC's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (premieres June 1, 8 pm/ET).
After being dropped in the middle of Costa Rica, Speidi and their fellow contestants will be faced with both fun and difficult challenges designed to test their survival skills. And for co-host Damien Fahey (who will be joined by Myleene Klass), the reality duo doesn't stand a chance...
It's official: Heidi and Spencer are getting married. But in Heidi's eyes, the day won't be complete without her former BFF, Lauren, present. At Heidi's urging, Stephanie tries to convince Lauren to go, but she's unsuccessful. Even after Audrina decides she'll attend and Lo says it's a possibility she will as well, it's a no-go for LC.
Heidi's biological dad Bill is in town, and he's a gun-toting cowboy who's never met one of his daughter's significant others before. When Bill shows up to lunch with the couple, Spencer admits that he's on his best behavior since his falling out with Darlene, Heidi's mom. Later, Spencer and the cowboy go on a walk where Bill asks him about his intentions with Heidi. Spencer wants to marry her, as we all know in the real world, since Spencer and Heidi were married before this episode aired. Bill tells Spencer to treat Heidi well and be there for her, and "remember that your father-in-law carries a very large gun."
In almost every season finale of One Tree Hill, we loyal viewers have been left with a cliffhanger to keep us guessing all summer long. For once, this was not one of those episodes.
The Biggest Loser, Tara
Labeled by host Alison Sweeney as the "Tiger Woods" of The Biggest Loser, 24-year-old Tara Costa won more challenges this season than any other contestant. Never once up for elimination through all her weeks on the ranch, the tenacious New Yorker was the clear front-runner leading up to the finale - yet ended up in last place of the three finalists. Despite the loss, the former model feels no disappointment: She still lost 155 pounds, or 52.75 percent of her body weight. Costa spoke to TVGuide.com about coming home from The Biggest Loser, how her competitive spirit keeps her going, and why she'll never go back to being the "fat chick."
TVGuide.com: You were the front-runner all season. Are you disappointed about losing?
Tara Costa: Standing on that scale last night, I knew that I did the best that I could. That's why today, I feel so great. I went to the extent that my body would go; I didn't want to look emaciated and unhealthy just to win a prize...
Helen Phillips isn't wasting any time showing off her Biggest Loser-winning body. The 48-year-old mom from Michigan has already posed in her new "Got Milk?" campaign, which will run in USA Today on May 13th.
Helen, Jillian Michaels, Bob Harper
Helen Phillips knows age is nothing but a number. The 48-year-old mother from Michigan beat out 19-year-old Mike Morelli and 24-year-old Tara Costa to take home the grand prize on The Biggest Loser: Couples. The five-foot-six-inch Phillips, who went from a size 22 to a 2, lost more than half her body weight as she slimmed down to a svelte 117 pounds. She talked with TVGuide.com about her weight-loss secrets, how she plans to maintain her current frame, and why she calls her daughter and Biggest Loser partner Shanon a "rock star."
TVGuide.com: Congratulations on winning. How do you feel?
Helen Phillips: I feel wonderful. I feel like a winner.
TVGuide.com: How did you lose so much weight at home?
Phillips: I ended up finding a trainer, actually three trainers, and I went back to the old-school type of training [like]...
The drama continues this week as Justin Bobby confronts Audrina about her sleepover with Brody and Heidi continues to duke it out with bartender Stacie. And on the careers front, Lo scores a gig working for Davis Factor of Smashbox, while Stephanie proves once again that she's not ready for a grown-up job.