First it was Kristin Cavallari all but confirming that MTV’s The Hills is fake. Now it’s Lauren Conrad’s turn. Lauren appeared on the View yesterday, and surprisingly admitted that the infamous apology phone call she received from Spencer Pratt was fake. She said she was not on the other line for that phone call.
Lauren was asked by Elisabeth Hasselbeck, “Did you feel like it was a sincere apology when it came from him?” Lauren smiled, paused and rolled her eyes before answering – “To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t on the other end of that call,” Conrad replied. “That was filmed, and I wasn’t on the other end. So I didn’t even know about it until [it was on TV]. So, no, I didn’t get an apology. He lied.”
So why did she agree to go to their wedding if she never got an apology?
“It’s hard to understand now, but a long time ago — years ago — we moved here together, and we were best friends, and we used to say, ‘Some day at our wedding….,’” Conrad said. “I just felt like it was a few hours of my time, and as much as I didn’t agree with it, I might some day regret not doing it.”
So basically Spencernever apologized for spreading those sex tape rumors. MTV should just go ahead and call this show a soap opera instead of a reality show. Are people still watching this show? I pretty much stopped watching a few seasons back.
Just when you thought they were gone for good, Heidi and Spencer Pratt have decided one more time that they need more attention.
The two Hills stars will be returning toI’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! again, Usmagazine confirms, despite several attempts to quit before officially leaving the show on June 8.
They will both be joining the entire cast of the NBC reality series on the June 25 finale. They will also be joined by Heidi’s sister, Holly Montag, who made her debut on the I’m a Celebrity last week.
Holly and JaniceDickinson were both eliminated from last night’s episode.
Heidi Montag seems to love the spotlight. First, she married her Hills co-star Spencer Pratt after faking a first wedding. Then the reality star stirred a lot of trouble on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here before she was hospitalized and finally off the show.
According to PEOPLE magazine, the newlywed has posed for the September issue of Playboy. Somehow we didn’t see that coming.
Details of her Playboy photos are, um, scant: “There is nudity. It’s tasteful – she had a lot of fun with it,” says a second source. A rep for the magazine had no comment, and Montag’s rep was not available to respond to questions.
First the duo, Heidi and Spencer Pratt tried to quit a couple of times before they finally quit, only to return. They were placed in the “Lost Chamber” for 14 hours. (She and Spencer were sentenced to the spider-filled room while the cast voted if they could remain on the show after quitting last week.)
According to their rep, several false and inaccurate reports were circulating that the duo were tortured. Heidi Pratt’s rep confirms to Usmagazine exclusively that she wasn’t tortured on the set of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.
Following the Pratts getting out of the lost chamber, Heidi was rushed to the hospital Saturday night.
TMZ reported Heidi was being treated for a gastric ulcer, while Spencer’s sister, Stephanie, seems to blame NBC. She posted on Twitter: “I’m really saddened to hear that NBC felt it was ok to punish speidi so harshly and torture them as if they were criminals — that Heidi was…rushed to the hospital and has an IV in her arm after being locked in a dark room for 3 days w no food or water. Pls pray she will be ok.”
“She has been released from the hospital and is doing well,” the rep goes on. “The couple remains in Costa Rica. In addition, it was reported the Pratts have fired their legal counsel. This is inaccurate.”
Usmagazine has confirmed that Heidi and Spencer Pratt will return to the NBC reality show I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! Apparently they never left.
“Heidi and Spencer are still in the jungle and part of the show,” their rep told Us Wednesday morning.
Us also reports that Spencer’s sister Stephanie and his friend Spenser (yes, spelled with an ‘s’) were the people under the blankets at L.A.’s LAX airport Tuesday night disguising as Heidi and Spencer. Of course, they were used as a distraction to throw people off and make fans think both Spencer and Heidi had returned to L.A., says a source.
Spencer and Heidi had already tried to quit the show at least twice and now they seem to have un-quit. I can’t seem to keep count of their attempts to quit.
On Tuesday’s show, we saw them leave but I guess they are back. These two apparently love the attention.
Before leaving the show’s premiere, Heidi told other contestants that they will be missed but now they are back!
Heidi and Spencer Pratt seem to be the most confused reality starsout there. First, they decided to quit the show, I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. only to want back in barely 24 hrs later.
Both Heidi and Spencer threatened to walk off the show twice before finally quitting yesterday.
I am guessing this dramatic exit is a strategy for winning the cash prize which is awarded to the charity of their choice. “We’re begging NBC to let us back in!” Pratt shamefully wrote in an email to Extra Tuesday.
In what is not a surprise to anyone who watched the show last night, the two famewhores celebrities known as Heidi and Spencer Pratt have officially quitI’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here. TMZ reports the two quit for good shortly after the live part of the show yesterday.
The two had threatened to walk off the show twice during Monday night’s premiere, but kept returning. The two will likely not be missed based on Spencer’s behavior on the show last night. In just one episode, he managed to smack a water bottle from the hands of Frances Gallier, insult most of the cast, and also hid wrestler Torrie Wilson‘s bag away from the campsite in retaliation.
I say good riddance. The saddest part of the whole show was finding out that these two do not put on an act. They are really that stupid and douchey. The two unfortunately get to return to their lives of fake reality show acting, and staged photo shoots.