The time has come for Justin Bobby to get the old heave-ho — especially now that Kristin and Brody are becoming more cozy. The two go for a little catch-up stroll on the beach and Brody says that he and his Playmate girlfriend Jayde are on a break because although he loves the girl, he doesn't want to fight anymore.
There must be a party every week on The Hills, and this time it's Kristin's turn. So what drama transpired and how awful were Holly Montag's drunken dance moves? Keep reading to find out.
Kristin hosts a Malibu beach party that creates even more of a rift in Brody and Jayde's relationships. After fighting at his birthday, Brody and his g.f. make up over lunch but disagree about attending his ex's bash. Jayde doesn't want to go, but Brody is adamant. "You have an amazing time," Jayde says sarcastically.
After being stood up by Justin Bobby, Kristin decides to take a little break from L.A. So where does she go? Home to Laguna Beach, of course. Kristin arrives and shares some wine with her dad, who asks if she's seen Steven or Lauren lately. Um, have you not seen the last four seasons of The Hills, mister? Daddy Cav also hilariously asks if Brody (Kristin's ex) is still in love with himself. Kristin then tells her dad and stepmom about the new guy she's dating —Justin Bobby— and that she took a ride on his motorcycle. I think Dennis knows what she really means here. He's cool but a flake, she says, and not someone you'd necessarily take home to pops. Good thing it's "nothing serious."
It's the Brode-ster's birthday and his girlfriend Jayde is throwing a surprise party. Is there drama? But of course. This is The Hills, people.
Kristin takes her new BFF Stacie to the Hustler store to buy some birthday "fun" for Brody and Jayde. Kristin is a little bummed that she didn't get to have a spicy relationship with Brody as she tells Stacie their love-life was "very vanilla, if you will."
Gone Too Far - DJ AM
"There's one reason I'm doing this show: To help other people get sober," Adam Goldstein said at the top of the series premiere of Gone Too Far on MTV on Monday. He achieved his goal with Amy, the first addict he was attempting to help.
MTV to air DJ AM's reality series
DJ AM set out to use his own experiences with drug addiction to help others. Unfortunately, he lost his own battle with drugs earlier this year.
The eight-episode series follows ...
DJ AM may be gone, but his fight against drug addiction lives on in his post-mortem reality show Gone Too Far.
Also known as Adam Goldstein, DJ AM died Aug. 28 of an accidental drug overdose. His fight against...
On Tuesday's episode of The Hills, the Kristin-Justin Bobby-Audrina love saga continues. Kristin attempts to make peace with Audrina by texting an invite to lunch, but Audrina never shows. Instead, Lo swings by and Kristin tells her about how she met Justin Bobby for a drink, just to tell him they should remain friends. Lo knows there had to have been more to the meeting. "Justin never asked me out to drinks to get to know me better," she observes.
DJ AM's intervention-reality show, Gone Too Far, will air, MTV announced.
The eight-hour series, in which Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein" tries to help young addicts on the path to sobriety, will premiere Oct. 12 at 10/9c with the support of the late celebrity DJ's family, the network said.
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Kristin Cavallari, Justin Bobby
Season 5 of The Hills returned with a bang... or shall I say bitch? Spencer and Heidi's "welcome home" party (that they threw for themselves) served as the introduction to the second half of the season and the new members joining the cast. So what drama went down with K-Cav and the crew? Read on for the recap.
The Hills, Kristin Cavallari, Audrina Patridge
The Hills are alive ... with the sound of cha-ching.
The salaries for the MTV reality show's stars range between $45,000 and $100,000 an episode, a source with knowledge of the show's contracts tells the Daily Beast.
Audrina Patridge, Heidi Montag and Lauren "Lo" Bosworth are the show's highest earners at