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."
Andy Samberg, Susan Boyle
The toughest get in showbiz these days? Susan Boyle.
While MTV has secured such big-names as Denzel Washington, Kiefer Sutherland and, uh, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog for Sunday's Movie Awards, it failed in its quest to lock in the Britain's Got Talent singing sensation.
"Yeah, we tried. I wanted her here," host Andy Samberg tells E! Online. "But, you know, they've got a ...
It's official: Heidi and Spencer are getting married. But in Heidi's eyes, the day won't be complete without her former BFF, Lauren, present. At Heidi's urging, Stephanie tries to convince Lauren to go, but she's unsuccessful. Even after Audrina decides she'll attend and Lo says it's a possibility she will as well, it's a no-go for LC.
Heidi's biological dad Bill is in town, and he's a gun-toting cowboy who's never met one of his daughter's significant others before. When Bill shows up to lunch with the couple, Spencer admits that he's on his best behavior since his falling out with Darlene, Heidi's mom. Later, Spencer and the cowboy go on a walk where Bill asks him about his intentions with Heidi. Spencer wants to marry her, as we all know in the real world, since Spencer and Heidi were married before this episode aired. Bill tells Spencer to treat Heidi well and be there for her, and "remember that your father-in-law carries a very large gun."
The drama continues this week as Justin Bobby confronts Audrina about her sleepover with Brody and Heidi continues to duke it out with bartender Stacie. And on the careers front, Lo scores a gig working for Davis Factor of Smashbox, while Stephanie proves once again that she's not ready for a grown-up job.
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 ...