Despite that fact that both are now working in the fashion industry, Port tells TV Guide Magazine while hosting the Bowl For A Better LA benefit that she "doubts" she'll make any appearances on Conrad's upcoming new MTV reality series (tentatively titled Lauren Conrad: Fiercely Fashionable).
"I think we've kind of gone our separate ways. Not in a friendship way, but just career-wise," said Port, who admitted to being a little over being filmed 24/7. "It gets a little bit exhausting — like, emotionally exhausting. I don't know if I'm done with TV permanently, but I think that kind of that reality soap opera kind of thing is not my thing anymore."
Port said she's been tempted to take a spin on DWTS' dance floor, but she's resisting so far. "I don't think so," she said. "I have a lot of people in my life that are telling me that they want me to do it, but I don't think that I'll do it."
Instead, she focused on a slate of new projects both fashionable and literary. "I just launched my spring collection, Whitney Eve, at New York Fashion Week, " she said. "We're selling that right now. It won't be in stores until March, but now creatively I'm starting on the fall collection because it moves that fast.
"I also have a book coming out in February called True Whit," she added. "It's basically a lifestyle, how-to guide. It's kind of for girls my age, basically in their early to late twenties/early thirties that are going through this quarter-life crisis, where they're not sure what they're meant to be, where they're meant to be, what they should be doing with the rest of their lives. So it's split up into different chapters of how to interview for a job or moving to a new city and tips about that or how to keep healthy, beauty tips and things like that."