Heidi Montag may have faded into obscurity for a while. But last week she made big news even more tremendous by answering a question about diversity in the most tone-deaf and detached manner possible.
There are many reasons that this is one of the most-watched events of the year. And of course, there are the celebrity sightings. There are so many
thirsty celebrities who just want to be part of the scene. And then there are some who genuinely are. There are plenty of celebrities and reality TV stars who have dated (and married) NFL players.
I have always supported The Hills reboot, but I can’t help feeling confusion every time there’s additional casting news. How is this a “reality show” when there are just (seemingly) random people thrown in on top of some original cast members who are in touch for the first time in years?
Of course, Brody Jenner, Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, and other cast members from the show’s original run are on board, but some of the additions just seem so random. Mischa Barton will be on the show. There were rumblings that Kyle Massey is set to join the cast. Now the son of some pretty famous exes will be on The Hills as well.
It feels like the fans have been asking for a reboot of The Hills forever and now it is FINALLY happening. There’s no word on who will return for the show or what it is even going to be about at this point, but I will watch every single episode whether I like it or not.
Are they going to re-open Les Deux Nightclub and turn it into a daycare facility for their adorable children? Do all of the cast members even live near each other? There are so many logistical questions, but I don’t even truly care about whether or not this show actually makes sense, but I am so here for it.
It feels like almost every successful movie or TV show these days is actually a reboot. As Tom Sandoval would say “people love nostalgia”- pronounced like “nuh-stahl-GEE-uh,” of course. The Jersey Shore reboot is killing it, so why not bring back another MTV classic?
Could The Hills be returning to the network for a reboot of its own? Some “inside sources” say that it is being considered, whatever that means. Most of the stars are down to do it (obviously), but there is one major hold out: Lauren Conrad. This should shock absolutely no one. She left the show before it even ended. She has a successful lifestyle brand. She’s happily making money and keeping her family out of the spotlight. She does not need this show- although it would be great to have her back narrating the action just like old times. She could even pull a Cameran Eubanks and just talk about everyone else’s drama while she hides her own personal life from the reality TV cameras.
Thanks to Valentine’s Day, there were a lot of reality TV stars posting on social media this week. From the couples photos, to the proud single ladies, to the mother/daughter valentines, there were a lot of sweet photos to choose from for this week’s edition of Instagram Roundup.
Instead of getting caught up in fake clique drama like the reality TV shows that brought her into the limelight, this show is a lot more personal.