Contrary to what you saw on The Hills this season, in reality, Spencer Pratt never apologized about spreading sex-tape rumors, according to Lauren Conrad.
Conrad, who will not appear on the next season of The Hills, chatted with the ladies of The View Thursday about her novel L.A. Candy. She appeared stumped when panelist Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked her how she felt when Pratt called to make amends. "To be perfectly honest, I wasn't on the other line of that call," she said after a long pause. Pressed for details, Conrad added, "That was filmed and I wasn't on the other end. ... So no, I didn't get an apology; he's lying." What's the truth? Read on...
Hills star Stephanie Pratt has laid the blame for her battle with bulimia on the "skinny girls" who populate the reality series.
Pratt, younger sister of Spencer, says she started bingeing and purging on a 5,000-calorie-a-day diet in 2007 after being "horrified" by ...
From Juno to Secret Life of the American Teenager, recent portrayals of pregnant teens in entertainment have been largely scripted scenarios. Even Bristol Palin, Gov. Sarah Palin's teenage daughter who gave birth in December, was subject to orchestration at media events. But starting Thursday (June 11, 10 pm/ET), MTV's 16 and Pregnant will offer a fresh take on the topic, in a six-part documentary series that reveals what real teens go through when they try to juggle adolescence and adult responsibilities. TVGuide.com chatted with Maci, one of the teens featured on the show, about what she hopes other teens will take away from the series, how her pregnancy affected her relationship and how the media should approach stories like Bristol Palin's and other teens like her.
The Real World is headed to our nation's capitol.
For its 23rd season, the long-running series will begin production this summer in Washington, D.C. The new season is ...
Breaking news! Lauren Conrad expressed some real emotions as she said goodbye to The Hills.
"It was a bittersweet night for me," she said in a June 2 post on her MySpace blog. "A part of me is sad to say goodbye to something that has been such a prominent part of my life, but I know that it was time and I am very happy with my decision."
Conrad thanked her fans for their encouragement. "While putting my personal relationships and struggles on television wasn't always easy, the support I received from people made such a difference," she said.
Coming up next for Conrad...
p>Paris Hilton will once again go the distance to find a new best friend, this time traveling to the Middle East. Later this month, the heiress takes Paris Hilton's My New BFF to Dubai.
In a new production deal with Lionsgate and Ish Entertainment (with approval from Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum), Hilton will put a group of...
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."
Never butt into Eminem at an awards show — especially not with your butt.
The rapper, who had an infamous encounter with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog at the 2002 Video Music Awards, was in no mood to get cheeky with Sacha Baron Cohen's flamboyant alter ego, Bruno, at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. Baron Cohen, wearing angel wings and a scanty thong, descended on wires and staged a crash-landing upside-down onto Eminem.
"Are you ...
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."