When The Hills aired in , it became a cultural phenomenon. The glitzy reality drama followed Laguna Beach alumna Lauren Conrad to the mean streets of Los Angeles, where she battled douchey fuckboys, backstabbing besties, and Teen Vogue. When I watched The Hills at 14 years old, I thought it was aspirational—a story about a flaw-free heroine, Conrad, who had bad things done to her by bad people. Back then, it seemed like the well-meaning Conrad just couldn't catch a break. From Jen Bunney's boy code violation to Audrina Patridge's roommate woes to, of course, the Heidi Montag saga, Conrad was always feuding with her friends.
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Do Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag From 'The Hills' Still Hate Each Other?
The polarizing couple may not be for everyone, but there's no denying their popularity. Today, Montag and Pratt can say they've been on and off for more than 10 years, and plenty has happened in that time. Here's a look at their relationship so far. Montag later told VICE's Broadly that she knew when she met him he was the one, saying, "I pretty much told everyone I was going to marry him and that I loved him. Conrad didn't like Pratt or Montag's relationship with him, and after many heated arguments, things came to a head during one episode of "The Hills.
Heidi Montag’s public ‘apology’ to Lauren Conrad is pitiful (VIDEO)
The first episode of The Hills aired on MTV on May 31, , and in honor of the show's year anniversary, ET's celebrating ' Hills Week' with exclusive interviews with the stars of the beloved series. With those five little words, MTV's smash "reality" show, The Hills , ignited a friendship-ending bang that would echo for years to come in the pop culture universe. In honor of The Hills ' year anniversary, ET sat down exclusively with Heidi Montag , Spencer Pratt , and Jason Whaler to finally get the truth on all those sex tape rumors that plagued Lauren Conrad' s life in season three of the series.
Contrary to what you saw on The Hills this season, in reality, Spencer Pratt never apologized about spreading sex-tape rumors, according to Lauren Conrad. Conrad, who will not appear on the next season of The Hills , chatted with the ladies of The View Thursday about her novel L. She appeared stumped when panelist Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked her how she felt when Pratt called to make amends. Pressed for details, Conrad added, "That was filmed and I wasn't on the other end. So no, I didn't get an apology; he's lying.