Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid was meant to be famous. I feel like even if her mom Yolanda Foster wasn’t on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, that she would have been shining in the limelight somehow. And apparently Spencer Pratt has thought the same exact thing for a while now.

The former villain from The Hills says that he filmed a reality show pilot with Gigi long before she was a famous supermodel. Wait. What? These two know each other?

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I have no idea how Spencer and Gigi know each other, but these two were following each other on Twitter at some point. To be fair, Spencer and I used to follow each other on Twitter as well until he inexplicably blocked me, but I have digressed. 

This whole story about the reality show that never happened came to light from one of Spencer’s twitter rantsSpencer says that he slid into Gigi’s DM’s and wrote about getting ignored on Twitter, “DM’d @GiGIHadid about training Jiu Jitsu and she unfollowed me.” Even if these two have met before, I can’t see the supermodel working out with the intermittent reality star.

Spencer also tweeted, “Guess she forgot I shot her reality show pilot before she was famous.” Where is this pilot and what was it about? When did this even happen? I am beyond curious since she was finishing up high school when her mom joined the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast. Something just isn’t adding up here.

I’m trying to find the connection between these two people and this is what I have so far: Spencer used to be best friends with Brody Jenner whose mom Linda Thompson used to be married to David Foster, who was Gigi‘s stepdad up until recently. Maybe there was some point of connection in those relationships. Or maybe I’m just grasping at straws here.

I would love to see some clips, or better yet the entire episode, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who is beyond interested in this weird pop cultural overlap.

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