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In a shocker to us all, Audrina Patridge has come out to say that her reality show The Hills was not always real.
"In the beginning, a lot of it was real. As it went on, it was very manipulated and guided and you're kinda put in these scenarios where you would show up and you didn't know what you were in for until you were there, and you wanted to run out but they lock the door on you," Patridge said. She went on to cite a specific example with her small sreen "nemesis" Kristin Cavallari:
"I actually had to leave early for another event, we were there for about three hours and they were like, 'You can't leave until you and Kristin get into a fight.' So I'm like, 'Oh my God, Kristin!' Kristin's like, 'Let's do it.' I'm like, 'OK, c'mon.' It was about Justin [Bobby] and we did it and we got to leave."
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Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari no longer speak to each other.
The pair had a turbulent relationship when they appeared on reality show The Hills' together and although they briefly reconciled, they now don't have any contact.
"I don't talk to Kristin anymore," Lauren told Us Weekly.
And it seems Kristin - who welcomed son, Camden, into the world last month - is not the only Hills cast member Lauren doesn't speak to. Audrina Patridge also revealed her relationship with Lauren ended as soon as the reality TV show finished. "I don't really talk to Lauren or see her at all. I think there was a little bit of a falling out. We kind of went our separate ways. The show brought us together and without that show, we all kind of go back to our own thing," Audrina said.
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday:
- 30 Rock (Season 4)
- Being Human (Season 2)
- Bored to Death (Season 1)
- Castle (Season 2)
- Community (Season 1)
- Desperate Housewives (Season 6)
- Dragon Ball GT (Complete Series)
- The Hills (Season 6)
- How I Met Your Mother (Season 5)
- Human Target (Season 1)
- Law & Order: SVU (Season 11)
- The Mentalist (Season 2)
- Modern Family (Season 1)
- Mythbusters (Collection 6)
- Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Season 1)
- Two and a Half Men (Season 7)
Make sure to also check out the DVD and Blu-ray film options for this week.
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After the lackluster end of MTV’s The Hills, the media has latched onto just one thing to talk about: whether or not the show was fake. The confusion comes from the final scene of the finale, wherein the camera was pulled back to reveal an elaborate sound stage.
So, it was all fake? Of course it was all fake - and this isn’t even the first time the question has come up. MTV’s version of “reality” has always been the source of speculation, more so with The Hills than past shows offered by the cable network. Was every single bit of it fake? Probably not - but at best, it can be chalked up to improv around provided plot lines are pre-arranged scenarios.
Are we really surprised by this?
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Spencer Pratt did not get an invite to MTV’s big The Hills finale, but that didn’t stop him from showing up at the party anyway. While other cast members walked the red carpet, Pratt was across the street wearing a fake gray wig and beard.
Perez Hilton claims credit for advising Pratt to wear a disguise to the event. The above video shows Hilton’s interview of the reality TV celeb.
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- Kid in a Candy Store (Food, 8pm): “Creative cakes are sampled, including deep-fried cupcake sundaes from a sweets shop in Somerville, Mass.” Desserts for people who need to multi-task.
- Cake Boss (TLC, 9pm): “A 6-ft. cake in the shape of a sub sandwich is made for a local deli’s 100th anniversary.” Unfortunately, Jared Fogle won’t be able to eat it.
- Warren the Ape (MTV, 10:30pm): “Warren pretends he’s gay, thinking it will do wonders for his acting career.” He clearly doesn’t subscribe to Rupert Everett‘s newsletter.
- How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8pm): Season finale. “Marshall and Lily make a vow to try to have a baby if they see Barney’s doppelgänger.” Spotted: Bryan Ryan, a Stinson lookalike, playing the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables.
- Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm): Season finale. “Charlie’s license is suspended and Jake becomes his driver.” A personal driver was a stipulation in Charlie Sheen’s new deal with CBS.
- Law & Order (NBC, 10pm): Series finale. “Lupo and Bernard try to locate a blogger who threatened to blow up a school, but the teachers’ union hampers the probe.” Per their contracts, the teachers will only provide assistance when they have a renewed season.
“I think I just wanted to be…happier. And I couldn’t fix who I was, being upset with how I looked on the outside,” Heidi Montag Pratt used these words while explaining her decision to have plastic surgery while dining in a fine restaurant with her family. Unfortunately, Heidi couldn’t really eat her food - her jaw was too sore after she chose to have ten procedures in one day.
In the video, Heidi’s self-esteem is called into question - though Montag didn’t cotton too well to the comments. Watch the scene (which is from MTV’s The Hills) in the video above.
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“If I’ve learned one thing, it’s ‘Like everybody and trust no one’” - a sentence that could have been said by anyone on The Hills, or by someone simply watching it.
Although MTV’s reality series will (finally) come to an end this year, it will do so with a ton-o-drama. What’s in store for Season 6? “Heidi 3.0” finally meets
her parents; Audrina finds herself drawn to Ryan Cabrera’s excuse for a hairstyle; Kristin is accused of being a drug user; Brody finds a new woman he hasn’t already dated; Spencer gets emotional; and the “D” word is actually uttered.
The Hills kicks off its final round on April 27.
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Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:
- Nurse Jackie (Showtime) - Season 3
- The Ricky Gervais Show (HBO) - Season 2
- United States of Tara (Showtime) - Season 3
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