Brody has apparently told his girlfriend Jayde about his little infidelity during the Hawaii trip, and they've been fighting about it ever since. As Lauren says,"It's not fun when vacation baggage follows you home." But when Brody throws a party, Audrina does not hesitate about going. She shows up and Jayde is not pleased. Once Audrina blows Brody a kiss, and the two hug, Jayde and her friends start to somewhat attack Audrina, who tries to explain she'd never "go there" with Brody. Jayde is all, "That's BS," and so Audrina gets up and leaves, but not before hugging the Brode-ster goodbye. Jayde is even more upset that Brody cares Audrina is upset and so she tends to her bottle — her Jaeger bottle that is. Can we say classy?
Slumdog Milllionaire, Twilight
Teen romance — whether with vampires or in Mumbai slums — is all the rage at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards.
Twilight leads this year's field with seven nominations, just edging out the six-time nominated Slumdog Millionaire. Both are up for Best Movie.
Joining the two in the Best Movie race are The Dark Knight, High School Musical 3: Senior Year and Iron Man.
Slumdog and Twilight will duke it out in ...
Steve-O wants to makes this clear: He's an addict, not a role model. And despite the happy ending in Steve-O: Demise & Rise (Sunday, 10 pm/ET), an MTV documentary that chronicles his addiction and recovery, he is also not a success story, so don't treat him like one.
"Certainly a documentary about my downward spiral isn't ...
Lauren, Lo, Stephanie and Audrina head to Hawaii to crash the boys' trip, and while at first Brody & Co. are a little annoyed, once the shots begin everyone is all lovey-dovey. Particularly Brody and Audrina, who cozy up after Audrina's sexy one-piece catches Brody's eye. To add fuel to the fire, Stephanie mentioned the possibility of them hooking up about five times throughout the trip. But as always, Audrina's got Justin Bobby in the back of her mind. Will this keep her from going for it with her "little crush?"
MTV will air the second half of the fifth season of The Hills this fall, the network announced.
Leading lady Lauren Conrad, however, will not appear in the new episodes. While a statement from MTV indicates that Conrad "has moved on," Tony DiSanto, a development veep for the channel, pointedly declined to confirm her exit from the show. Instead, he told TVGuide.com that shooting had not yet begun, and that...
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
Perhaps this time will be the last: The Hills stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are man and wife.
The couple tied the knot in front of about 200 guests Saturday at the Westminster Church in Pasadena, Calif., according to People. Montag wore a gown she described on her Twitter account as "amazing — like a swan princess" and jewels from Neil Lane, including a pear-shaped diamond necklace.
The couple arrived at the church in a white Rolls Royce, and an airplane flew overhead, writing "Spencer Loves Heidi." Following the ceremony, the couple kissed on the church steps while guests threw rose petals at the newlyweds.
Montag updated her Twitter throughout the day, at one point saying...
Whoever said hiring a friend at work was a good idea obviously never dealt with a Pratt. After Lauren hooked her girl Stephanie up with an internship at People's Revolution, Stephanie proved what a poor decision that really was. First she leaves her drink out on the counter causing Kelly to go off on a mini rant about garbage, and then she asks rudimentary questions about packing up a box of clothes for Kelly's client. Stephanie then proceeds to hang up the phone on someone, and if that isn't bad enough, she isn't able to recall imputing pertinent info into Filemaker. When Lauren tells her she needs to start focusing at work, Stephanie is distracted and blames her dislike of confrontation. Lauren, rightfully so, tells Steph that she's not confronting her and reminds her that if this conversation were with Kelly instead, tears would be flowing.