Lauren Conrad and Kyle Howard have decided to call it quits after dating for three years, E! Online reports.
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One Tree Hill's Chase might've been introduced as a celibate "clean teen" in Season 4, but these days he's finding himself in a love triangle. "I like to blame it on the girls," Stephen Colletti jokes to TVGuide.com. "They came after him."
While his character has been getting close again with Alex, played by Jana Kramer, Colletti hopes he gets back together with ex-girlfriend Mia, played by musician Kate Voegele.
Soap opera fans — and Hoover — can go ahead and blame ABC's head of daytime Brian Frons for the death of All My Children and One Life to Live. Two weeks ago, he pulled the trigger, ending 40 years worth of storytelling, and further enraging fans by announcing in the same breath that both series would be replaced by cheaper-to-produce talk shows.
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It's true that soaps don't make as much money as they used to, but why? Are there culprits to blame beyond network executives needing to cut costs? We point a finger at several other guilty parties in the death of the serial:
Dancing with the Stars contestant Chelsea Kane has found romance with One Tree Hill actor Stephen Colletti.
"We were set up on a blind date by my manager," she told Us Weekly.
More than two years later, the truth comes out: LC and Justin Bobby hooked up on The Hills!
Unbelievable but true, according to Audrina Patridge, who vividly recalls all the turmoil involved with co-starring on MTV's watershed reality show. "They did! You don't even know... There's so much more that no one really knows about," she says. (Of course, Patridge told reporters at the time that she came around, that she really believed nothing happened between her friend and boyfriend — after all, there was a hit series to continue.)
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With those days behind her, she's a lot less censored.