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Who is lauren conrad dating august 2016

She also runs a lifestyle website and designs for her labels, Paper Crown and LC Lauren Conrad.

She teases that the special, announced in conjunction with alums have come forward to suggest that all wasn't as it seemed on the hit MTV series, which followed Conrad, Heidi Montag, Whitney Port and Audrina Patridge as they launched their careers and experienced the ups and downs of dating and friendship in L. When she announced the special, Conrad said she was partnering with MTV on the project.

"We will be having an honest conversation about what it was really like living with cameras for so many years (spoiler alert: it was super weird), sharing some behind-the-scenes secrets, and showing some of my life today," she wrote in a blog post on her website.

So often we would say, like, ‘If you knew the real story, you would understand.' And what I'd like to do is tell that story…

We're going to take a look back at the show and reveal things that we haven't talked about before. The series centered on a whole lot of controversy — Speidi, looking at you — and eventually, it became painfully obvious (for some of us it took longer than others) a lot of the hookups, fights and tears might have been just a tad forced (scripted? There is, however, one storyline that none of us have been able to forget in the last decade: Lauren turning down the chance of a lifetime to go to Paris and instead moving in with Jason for a summer in Malibu.

— who went on to star on “The Hills.”Those people were a huge part of our middle school/high school/probably college years, and anyone who says otherwise is 100 percent lying.

For the 10-year anniversary special, “The Hills: That Was Then, This Is Now,” we've been promised the inside scoop.

“Somebody might be doing it, [but] I’m not doing it.” When pressed about why she was through with , Conrad, who is a bestselling author, successful clothing designer and media entrepreneur, simply said there was no reason to rehash the past — plus, she added, she’s too boring (read: level-headed and wealthy) for reality TV these days.

“I’m so proud of what we did and I feel like I ended on such a great note,” the LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s designer explained. Like, no one needs to see that.” However, all is not lost for diehard fans of the show.

She also thanked fans and the viewers and said that as tough as it was to experience her struggles on TV, she thinks the experience was ultimately for the best.

"Looking back, I am grateful for the incredible opportunity we were given to take part in this show.

"So often we would say if you knew the real story you would understand.