Another star from The Hills will soon be walking down the aisle!
Holly Montag, the older sister of Heidi Montag, got engaged to her boyfriend Richie, according to Heidi's tweet on Monday.
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Brody Jenner is returning to reality TV — but this time his ex-girlfriends are nowhere in sight.
The former Hills star, who co-starred on the MTV reality series alongside ex-girlfriends Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari, has signed on as a new regular on Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
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It's taken nearly three years for Heidi Montag to feel comfortable in her body again after her radical plastic surgery makeover in 2009.
Montag, 25, made headlines when she underwent 10 plastic surgery procedures in a single day, leading People to claim she was "addicted to plastic surgery." Though the former Hills star has never admitted regretting the procedures, she did tell Celebuzz that it's not something she's likely to repeat.
The last time Hills alum and plastic surgery cover girl Heidi Montag was on a reality show, she quit. Several times. Now, she says, things are different.
On Sunday's premiere of VH1's Famous Food (10/9c), she will compete — this time, without husband Spencer Pratt — against six other celebrities to win a partnership in a brand new Hollywood restaurant. She talks to TVGuide.com about the lessons learned from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and why she wanted to call the new restaurant Fame.
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: