Both Stephanie Pratt and Audrina Patridge — friends and fellow cast members on MTV’s “The Hills” — seem to have different opinions on whether producers meddle in the cast’s personal affairs. We’ve learned exclusively from our friends at Runway magazine that Pratt told the glossy’s new issue (on stands now) that her introduction to the show as Lauren Conrad‘s “enemy” (bolstered by her allegiance to her now-estranged brother Spencer) was completely real and that being assigned to the same computer class was not orchestrated by producers. “It was so not staged,” she told the magazine of being assigned a seat next to Conrad in class, after their big fight at a nightclub. “Seriously the most gigantic coincidence ever!” Hmm, we’d call it dumb luck, considering the relationship between Pratt and Conrad developed to the point where Pratt is now a full-time cast member on the show. Keep reading »
On last night’s episode of “The Hills”
there was a totally laughable subplot involving Speidi staging an intervention for Heidi
older sister, Holly
. Holly, you see, had a couple of shots at a party, spent a few minutes talking to Brent Bolthouse about art (oh noes!), and then did the robot. These three things, apparently, are evidence of rampant alcoholism. Somebody get Ken Seeley on the phone! But seriously, far more problematic, in my opinion? Spencer
‘s cowboy hat. Also, maybe Speidi’s time would have been better used counseling his
sister Stephanie, who was busted for a DUI last weekend. Keep reading »
I wonder if her recent plastic surgery made her mug shot look any better? Stephanie Pratt was arrested Saturday night at 3:45 a.m. for a DUI on her way back from Holly Montag‘s birthday at Empire. She spent the night in the Van Nuys jail and was released at 10:30 a.m. the next morning. Earlier in the night, she tweeted, “Its my sissy @hollymontags bday party! just finished dinner and going to Empire but im pretty tired aka yes i am the party pooper :(” Guess she changed her mind on the party pooping? [People] Keep reading »
Considering Heidi is her brother’s wife, the incestuous undercurrents are icky. The fact that her brother is Spencer Pratt makes it even worse. Keep reading »
Lo Bosworth has managed to go from funny, affable dumb-but-in-a-cute-way best friend to totally bitchy and evil in a matter of episodes. Lo reminds me of the girls in high school who, even while they’re chatting with you, were totally judging your outfit and your hair and what you were eating. On last night’s episode of The Hills, it’s the aftermath of the Lo/Audrina talk/fight, where Audrina basically told Lo she didn’t give a hoot about being friends with her and Lo passive aggressively laid the blame for their mutual awkwardness on Audrina. I sort of thought Audrina was harsh, until last night, when it because clear that Lo is just not as adorable and funny as we thought — girlfriend undresses you with her eyes, to the point where all you want to do is leave — and that’s what Audrina did. Keep reading »
You can laugh at this statement, but there’s a lot to be learned from The Hills about dating and family etiquette. For example:
Heidi and Lauren stopped being friends because Lauren hated Heidi’s boyfriend, an all-too-familiar incident in many women’s real lives. Question posed: Should you stick by a friend whose boyfriend hates your guts and vice versa?
Heidi and Audrina stopped being friends when Audrina had to choose sides. Question posed: Do you have to choose sides in a girl fight?
Spencer and Brody’s long friendship broke up because Brody remained pals with Lauren. Question posed: Are guys as immature as girls when it comes to the whole “your enemy is my enemy” nonsense?
Spencer’s sister Stephanie initially hated Lauren because of her brother’s war with Lauren. Question posed: Does blood loyalty mean you have to get involved in petty disputes?
Stephanie is now friends with both Heidi and Lauren, much to Heidi and Spencer’s chagrin. Question posed: Are you a traitor if you don’t think blood is thicker than water in the shallow pools of Hollywood?
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