21-year-old Rachel Lee may look young, sweet and innocent when you first look at her but it won’t be long before she lets her crazy side show.
Lee, a member of the Bling Ring Gang, has been breaking and entering and stealing from rich celebs for a while now. According to CTV, the group have broken into the homes of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Orlando Bloom. She is now the second member to get caught.
When it came to the bulglary of The Hills’ star Audrina Patridge, Lee pled no contest in 2009, after allegedly stealing more than $25,000 in designer luggage, jewelry, clothing and shoes. But, after trial this past Tuesday, Lee was sentenced to 4 years in state prison.
Great news for Audrina, who had to testify against a grand jury when the issue first took to the court in 2009. I know we’re all bummed the show’s over and things aren’t the same on MTV. but this is no excuse. No one messes with the cast of the Hills!
TMZ reports that the reality television star’s on-again, off-again boyfriend Corey Bohan was arrested late on Thursday night for public intoxication.
Reportedly, the Hermosa Beach Police Department in California charged the 29-year-old Australian with a misdemeanour, after which he spent approximately eight hours in jail before his $500 bail was posted.
Patridge, who made her name known as one of Lauren Conrad’s co-stars on The Hills, took to her Twitter account the following morning.
“I absolutely hate what Jack Daniels does to people,” the 26-year-old Californian said. “Jack is a bad, bad man!”
I’ve caught a couple of episodes of Patridge’s newest reality venture, Audrina, and she genuinely seems as though she tries to see the best in everyone – namely her bickering mother and sister. But then again, this is also the same woman who dated a belching, grimy Justin Bobby for several years, so maybe she’s a little too kind.
Even so, I hardly think blaming your boyfriend’s embarrassing behaviour on alcohol is acceptable when said boyfriend is almost 30. Here’s hoping Bohan had enough cash to post his own bail.
“I am thrilled for my second season as the Bongo girl! It has been a wonderful partnership, and I really love the product,” said the former “The Hills” contestant.
The campaign will debut this March in fashion, lifestyle and entertainment magazines such as Teen Vogue, Seventeen and Cosmopolitan.
Audrina is looking for new revenue streams, and will be the new spokeswoman for Bongo Jeans. The discount jeans company have hired the reality star to be the face of the brand.
“I’ve never done anything like this. [Photographer] Tony Duran shoots supermodels so he had me jumping through the air and just letting loose and not worrying about posing,” she tells People.
She also told People her favourite fashion tip when it comes to jeans: “I’ll roll them up and wear cute little flats or heels and a nice top just to kind of change them up.”
What a feeling of mixed emotions. It’s a great feeling that MTV has announced the return of “The Hills” starting in April. The bad feeling is MTV has said this will be the last season of the series. Our lives suddenly have no purpose.
So let’s make the most of this last season. What can we expect? Tons of drama! According to MTV, in the final 12 episodes, kicking off on April 27, fans will see Audrina Patridge dating singer Ryan Cabrera, and Kristin Cavallari contending with rumors of drug abuse. We will also find out if Kristin and Justin Bobby will last. And will Heidi and Spencer ever have a baby named Speidi?
Will “The Hills” drama ever end? According to Usmagazine.com, Heidi Montag has fired her husband Spencer Pratt as her manager. She later hired her psychic Aiden Chase as her manager, and now he’s been shown the door also.
“A source tells Us that [Pratt] was ‘horrified’ when he showed up on set demanding a significant portion of herHills money,” Usmagazine.com reported. The article further explains that Chase had his eye on Audrina Patridge also. “He tried to move onto Audrina[Patridge], whom he not only offered his healing/spiritual services but also asked to be her manager.”
It’s true what the celebrities say: it’s not always easy being a star, and “The Hills” star Audrina Patridge is living proof of that. TMZ reports that the bombshell is having stalking issues – again.
Last year Patridge got a permanent restraining order against Zachary Loring, and this morning he allegedly showed up to her Los Angeles home banging on the door and ringing the doorbell. Law enforcement told TMZ that someone inside of Patridge’s home called 911, and the star was in her home at the time of the disturbing behaviour.
Many celebrities spent the weekend in South Beach for the Super Bowl, reports E! News. The CAA held an exclusive party Saturday night at the W hotel. Attendees included Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, as well as Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez.
Carrie Underwood, who sang the national anthem at Sunday’s game, was also in attendance, as were Jessica Alba, Adrien Grenier and Derek Jeter.
Director Michael Bay hosted a Big Give, Big Game party for charity at his mansion that same night. CW couples Ed Westwick and Jessica Szhor and AnnaLynne McCord and Kellan Lutz were spotted there.
On Sunday night, “The Hills” star Audrina Patridge announced she had been robbed through her blog, and promised to release the surveillance footage in order to help find the thieves.
The footage was posted on Patridge’s site and shows a man and a woman walking around her home. They later break into the house and walk out with full bags. According to Patridge the thieves took a few “sentimental” belongings.
“I had a really rough day today,” Patridge wrote in the post, “I got home late last night and realized that my house had been robbed. It was pretty devastating!”
“I spent most of the morning filling out police reports and going through the house room by room, making lists of everything that had been taken,” the post continued. “Definitely not a good way to start the week.”
The trailer for the latest season of “The Hills” hit the web this past Tuesday (February 24).
The Season 4 Finale wraps up with a Lauren Conrad-Heidi Montag… hug. Lauren Conrad and Lo Bosworth attend a major party hosted by Bolthouse. Heidi Montag is also there along with Holly Montag and Stephanie Pratt. There are WAY too many blondes in this episode. Some may argue there are never enough blondes, but as a brunette, I disagree. Heidi gets the courage to speak alone with LC. To break the ice, she asks her, “Have you been working out?” The talk then turns serious with Heidi admitting, “the only thing really missing in my life is you.” LC’s words to live by: “It is what it is, it’s not always fair.” The two reminisce and Heidi exclaims that she doesn’t feel like she’s getting older. Well she isn’t- hello, plastic surgery! They do exchange a hug at the end and finally, the world is at peace.
However, Heidi’s life still has enough drama. Everyone is shocked over her marriage. At work, Brent Bolthouse asks her about her vacation. Her answer: “I was in Mexico and kinda decided to get married.” Brent doesn’t believe it, “Shut Up.” She isn’t at all insulted: “We were down there and we had a couple Margaritas and there was a chapel there…it was the craziest thing I’ve ever done.” Okay Britney. Still, no one is more shocked than Heidi’s mom, Darlene Montag, who flies into LA demanding an explanation. When asked to explain how the wedding happened, Heidi announces that a couple margaritas + a beautiful sunset= a wedding. Spencer Pratt sits there the whole time, looking like Chewbacca with all his facial hair. He actually seems sad when Mrs. Montag speaks but who knows what Spencer is thinking. To make the marriage legal, they must have a ceremony in the U.S. The Speidies are opting for a City Hall event whereas Mrs. Montag wants Heidi to have her dream wedding. The next day, Mrs. Montag comes by and has a chat with Spencer. She tells him the wedding is “too fast, it’s too much.” Spencer doesn’t see anything wrong with that, telling her that once the City Hall ceremony is completed, “you’ll be my mom.” No wonder she’s freaking out. Later on, Spencer and Heidi meet at City Hall with Stephanie Pratt as their witness. Spencer is oh-so-romantic, “Come on, let’s just do this.” They listen to the judge’s words, Heidi already says “I do” and only then does Spencer finally have a change of heart. Well he finally shows he has a heart. The Tinman Pratt asks Heidi if she is sure that this is the wedding she wants, not a big one and with her family mad at her. Heidi breaks down in tears and Spencer agrees to give her the wedding of her dreams. Newsflash, the dude does have a soul.
If there’s hope for Spencer, there must be hope for Justin Bobby. Audrina Patridge and Justin Bobby go on a romantic getaway to Palm Springs. Justin Bobby is wearing overalls and looks alarmingly like Luigi. Would that make Audrina Mario? The guy gets creepier by the second, telling Audrina he wants to stay there forever. Basically, he wants to lock her away. “You’re a rare one,” Justin Bobby tells her. “You’re very rare,” she says right back to him. I can’t tell if they’re complimenting or insulting one another. Their romantic vacation ends on a high note when Justin Bobby uses his teeth to take off a ring on one of his fingers in order to give it to Audrina. We can’t tell if he’s proposing or just thanking her for still speaking to him. But who knows, maybe Spencer is rubbing off on him! I can’t wait for the next season but for now we’ll just have to make do with The City!
On Monday night’s episode of The Hills, we were first introduced to Heidi and Spencer’s hotel in Mexico, only to listen to Spencer talk oh so deeply about their relationship, “Our relationship always is best when it is just you and me. I feel like it’s always other people trying to tear us apart…” It certainly will be a vacation to remember… if the alcohol didn’t completely erase their memories of the night before, good thing they had a video camera!
Whitney gets an exciting phone call from Diane Von Furstenberg, letting her know that she got the job in New York City, and Lauren gives her some encouraging words, “You’ll have the perfect job, and the perfect boyfriend, you’re going to leave behind everything and just have the perfect life.” Of course, Whit reminds us all that she is “going for the job, not for the guy,” although we know that the guy has a lot to do with it.
Heidi shows off her “pro pro” skills at busting open bottles of champagne, and lets us know that the “champagne took all her stress away.” Of course, what is a Speidi conversation without Spencer taking a shot at Heidi’s family? “And I’ll work on trying to not letting your family affect me” in response to her statement of the same nature.
Steph Pratt finds her way to Audrina’s house, which I found a bit bizarre, I mean, since when are Steph and Audrina friends outside of the Lauren bubble? Justin Bobby is also there, and he and Steph exchange a hug. We hear that Audrina and Heidi are still hanging out, and that Spencer and Heidi have mysteriously disappeared and not told anyone of their whereabouts, so JB chimes in with what just may be the best JB line in the history of The Hills, “You should put up some signs.” I don’t think Steph realized the sarcasm, and probably took that advice to heart.
Back in Mexico, Heidi and Spencer are working on getting drunk enough to go through with a marriage, and Spencer, who questions Heidi’s ability to remember their conversation the next day, still insists on getting married. I guess Mama Montag’s allegations of Spencer drugging Heidi into marriage weren’t really far off then. And Heidi certainly blends in with the locals; she has the whole rolling of the Rrr’s down pat… at least after a few drinks. Spencer manipulates Heidi into finally marrying him, their “Secret Mexico Wedding” that is for them, and only them. He convinces her with how their relationship has been crazy, he is madly obsessed with her, and he shelters her from the whole world… boy, a great marriage proposal if I ever heard one! Irresistible, Spence!
Meanwhile, Lauren, Lo, Audrina, and Brody make their way to Whitney’s goodbye party, and tears follow shortly. Lauren, Lo and Audrina chat about what it will be like for Whitney in the big city, we meet Mr. & Mrs. Port, and see a tender hug between Brody and Whitney. Audrina never fails to make a situation awkward by mistakenly thinking Lauren wants to hear about Spencer and Heidi, and talking about them. Whit’s mom breaks down into tears and soon follows a chain of frowns from her friends. Lauren comes to the realization that she no longer has a partner to slack off with at work, but more than that, she no longer has that grounded, advice giving, great friend that Whitney was, right next to her.
When they have a farewell lunch, Whit contemplates how she will get her groceries in NYC, a cab, or a bicycle with a basket? What a conundrum! They reflect back on their first memories at Teen Vogue, and almost break into tears. Lauren pushes passed the tears to tell Whitney how happy and proud she is for her.
The episode comes to an end back in Mexico, “Hello Mrs. Pratt, hello Mr. Pratt,” exclaimed by Heidi and Spencer, followed by how much the alcohol helped in the decision to get married, and we get a peak at the Pratt’s wedding video and beautiful rings they wear. “My mom is going to freak… she is going to kill me,” Heidi states, but I think the big question is, why on earth would you marry someone when you still have to worry about being punished by your parents, and more than that, if she cares so much about her relationship with her family, why would she go and do something like that?
The sneak peak at next week’s episode is crazy, has the Lauren- Heidi feud actually come to an end? And is Justin giving Audrina a promise ring? Insane stuff going on for the finale, tune in and find out!
Whitney Port just became the most exciting character of The Hills- okay well almost. Kelly Cutrone recommends Whitney for a PR job with Diane Von Furstenberg. Who knew Kelly could be nice? This job would involve Whitney moving to New York City. Whitney is extra excited considering her bf Jay lives there. Lauren Conrad says it right, “Dream Boy, Dream Job.” LC says she’s happy for her but you can tell she’s not THAT happy for her. When she arrives in NY, Whitney is dressed up with mega high heels. It looks like she fits in since everyone there are tall and beautiful and wearing mega high heels. This time, Whitney did not trip. Alixe Boyer, the VP Global Image Director interviews Whitney. Whitney says it has always been her dream to work with a designer. She explains she is ready to change her life. Alixe looks happy to hear that. If only she knew what’s on Whitney’s mind…Mr. Jay. When she exits the interview, Jay is waiting for her in ripped jeans and a shirt tied around his waist. I never realized that Whitney and Audrina have similar taste in guys. They see each other for 3 seconds and he tells her, “Call me when you get back to LA.” He actually cares! A boy with a cute accent who actually calls, Whitney’s got it made.
It seems everyone is moving these days. Lauren Conrad visits Audrina Patridge at her ‘bachelorette pad.” She gets a tour of Audrina’s place and it looks like the two are officially at peace. However, LC is not at peace with her parents moving to a different house in Laguna Beach. Lo Bosworth comes with Lauren to help pack some of her old stuff. Lauren’s parents, Jim and Kathy Conrad, actually look normal. They’re moving to a smaller house since all their children have left the nest or will fly away soon like LC’s younger brother Brandon. He’s the only Conrad child without his own MTV show (LC’s little sis Breanna was featured in Laguna Beach Season 3). LC reminisces with Lo about all the fun times in the house, such as her’s and Stephen Colletti’s first kiss. Lo tries to cheer her up, “you have to make memories”
Stephanie Pratt is trying to erase her memories and make new ones. She explains to Spencer Pratt that she and Cameron keep breaking up, for reasons such as Cameron being mad about always driving to her place but her never driving to his. Oh yeah… huge problems. She explains, “we’re gonna try things out again, start over.” Spencer doesn’t believe in second chances. Hello?! Didn’t he get about 5000 chances with Heidi Montag? Spencer’s general recommendation is “go be a nun, join a nun’s thing.” Shouldn’t she know better than asking brother dearest? Spencer tells her she can do better than Cameron. I beg to differ. Later that week, Stephanie brings Cameron to Falcon Restaurant and Lounge where she is meeting up with the Speidies. Spencer is his usual self at dinner, making jabs at Cameron whenever he has the chance. Of course, Spencer manipulates Stephanie’s mind like he does with everyone else in his life and she decides to end it with Cameron. Cameron comes over to her place and she cries to him that “This is the happiest relationship I’ve ever been in…but I deserve better than this.” I’m all for girl power but I’m not sure if Steph can find better, she’s like a train wreck waiting to happen.
Audrina Drama Queen Patridge finally understands she’s ruined a friendship over a dumb rumor. She wants to make peace with Lauren Conrad, but Justin Bobby is another story. “He’s very good at manipulating,” Audrina admits to Casey. It took her this long to notice; has she been living under a rock? Brody Jenner comes over to use LC’s pool and talk about the situation: “Why you bangin Justin Bobby?” Ugh -I’d rather not see ‘JB’ and ‘bangin’ in the same sentence. Brody tells Lauren to leave Audrina since “people like that …are constant drama.” I guess Brody doesn’t realize he’s caused enough drama himself. He gives his opinion on humanity: when people change “some change for the good and some for the bad.” Lauren realizes Brody isn’t the best person to get advice from and talks with Lo Bosworth and later with Whitney Port. Both agree Audrina is in the wrong but Lauren should at least hear what she has to say. LC does just that. She and Audrina meet up and Audrina FINALLY apologizes. Lauren explains herself, “Some crazy person told you a crazy story.” Audrina admits she feels like an idiot for not trusting LC and Justin. Lauren can’t believe that Audrina would put her in the same category as Justin. He’s giving her so many reasons not to trust him but LC hasn’t. Lauren explains that it’s about trusting the right people. A dude named Dino doesn’t count. Audrina hates being the bad guy and tries to win some sympathy points. She admits she hasn’t been happy in awhile: “I don’t know who I am anymore.” Tears gushing, she announces: “I’ve learned to become my own best friend.” Maybe now that Audrina has Lauren back, she doesn’t have to be a loner.
Spencer Pratt is trying to make Stephanie Pratt a loner by stealing their Nana away from her. Heidi Montag encourages him to invite Stephanie to come visit Nana with them. While this is a nice gesture, Spencer cannot let a situation be without being a douchbag. This time, he does everything he can to make Stephanie feel guilty for not seeing their Nana often. He comes off as the favourite and makes Stephanie look like a bitch. He tells Nana that Stephanie befriended his enemy. Nana advises them that family and siblings are most important, “you can trust him and you can rely on him.” Oh Nana, if you only knew. The next day, Stephanie and Nana go for a walk in Santa Monica Beach. Stephanie admits that she feels excluded but doesn’t want to fight with Spencer for Nana’s attention. She hints that Spencer is not as great as he seems but Nana admits she doesn’t want to know everything.
Nana: “Life is sometimes a bucket of worms and you don’t know what to do about them.”
Stephanie: “That’s how I feel about Spencer.”
Does this mean she doesn’t know what to do about Spencer or he’s like a bucket of worms? Probably both, the dude is slimy.
Audrina Patridge hears from her friend Dino that Lauren Conrad and Justin Bobby hooked up. Audrina must be hopped up on drugs because there is no way anyone would believe that story. LC and Justin separately plead not guilty. They each undergo the same facial expressions for Audrina ranging from ‘are you kidding me’ to ‘you should be put in an asylum.’ Audrina just can’t believe them since this Dino guy was so sincere about it. Who in their right mind would trust a guy named Dino? Instead of laughing it off like we would, Audrina turns the rumor into World War 3. Her attack involves calling Brody Jenner and Frankie Delgado and telling them about it too. Stepahnie Pratt also has been receiving texts from Audrina and is happy she’s not the bad one for once.
LC is in shock as she tells Lo Bosworth, “it’s insulting on so many levels… she’s calling me a slut.” Audrina stops by to find out the truth. Lauren tells her she didn’t do it and Audrina angrily walks off. A few days later they try for another peace treaty at Winston’s. What does Audrina do? She asks LC AGAIN if they hooked up. How many times does she need to ask the same question! I know the girl looks dumb but I was starting to give her the benefit of the doubt. Lauren decides to go for completely honesty: “I would rather kill myself than hook up with him. He is disgusting. Justin disgusts me.” Lauren throws more fire into the flame by telling Audrina she’s worse than Heidi. Of course everything ends in tears. Even Casey Patridge thinks Audrina is in the wrong.
Instead of learning from her mistake with Lauren, Audrina launches another attack on Justin. JB isn’t calling her back- probably because she’s being insane- and she takes that as a sign that he did hook up with Lauren. She leaves him a very long voicemail. Finally, they meet up at Cobras and Matadors, which seems to go with Justin’s new found Zorro look (slicked back hair this time). Audrina once again asks him if he hooked up with Lauren. Justin turns the tables on her, “No it didn’t happen… Some of the things you say I would never say to you…I find it so immature.” Turns out Audrina’s long voicemails involved many F bombs and ‘I Hate You’s.” For once, I’m on Justin’s side (until he calls her dude- twice).
Drama continues over in the Speidi side of life. Holly Montag or “little miss traitor” as Spencer Pratt calls her, stops by to talk to Heidi. I hope she stopped by at night since she’s wearing something really short with tall black boots, or maybe that’s how people dress in LA during the day. Spencer won’t tell her where Heidi Montag is so Holly decides to stalk her at work. Heidi has been demoted from an office to a cubicle so the two sisters step into a hallway to hash it out. Holly tries to help Heidi see the light. Of course the girl is blinded by Spencer’s douchbaggery so that doesn’t help.
Audrina Patridge visits Justin Bobby in his neck of the woods: Venice Beach. He calls the area “zenful” and adds another word to the Justin Dick-tionary. The two start planning a Mexico trip to “make up for Cabo.” I guess this time they’ll actually share a room. Lauren Conrad and Audrina go for drinks where she explains Justin is over Hollywood and is ready to grow up. Audrina hasn’t grown up since she’s still obsessing over him: “He’ll always be my #1.” Casey Patridge comes over and is worried Audrina is too convenient with Justin. Audrina admits she won’t care if Justin doesn’t call her for a week and disappears. Convenient? Stupid? Same difference. Audrina: “What can I say, I love him.”
Audrina and Justin go out for dinner where they discuss their ‘mature’ relationship. Justin: “maturity is one of the key things in a relationship.” Yup, and it includes burping and making out with girls in front of your gf. Although he did ditch his token hat for a Zorro-inspired one and gives Audrina a shirt as a present so he is changing… sort of: “I can be good when I want to be…no bras with that, thank you!”
While Audrina is chilling in Venice Beach, she is being replaced in the LC-Lo Bosworth casa. Holly Montag decides to crash at Lauren Conrad’s place after Heidi Montag kicks her out. LC is fine with the un-evil Montag. “She’s like Heidi but without the Spencer,” as Whitney Port describes her. LC, Lo and Holly spend time drinking wine while bashing Spencer. Now that’s my kind of night. LC thinks Heidi is pushing Holly away because she’s in a bad place. Any place with Spencer is a bad place. Holly agrees, “He just drives away everyone that cares about her!” When Lauren and Stephanie Pratt catch up at school, she informs her that Holly is staying at her place. Stephanie is worried this will make Heidi sad. LC could care less, “To be honest, I don’t care what Stephanie thinks.”
Heidi Montag is already sad about being jobless and bored.
Spencer tries to cheer her up: “Let’s go to the movies.”
Heidi: “Let’s not.”
Heidi starts blaming Spencer Pratt for her getting fired. Of course when the negative comments come, Spencer bails: “I’m gonna go enjoy life!” Spencer tells Heidi to stop complaining so much. He has a point, stop bitching and dump Spencer!
Heidi goes to Bolthouse to try and suck up to Sam Naziri to hire her back. She wins him over and he promises to give her one more chance as long as Spencer comes no where near her next project- a hotel. Naziri thinks it will be a great idea to take Heidi out of the club scene. Makes sense now that she’s an alcoholic. Spencer tells Heidi he’s happy she’s going back to work since she won’t be moping around the house anymore. True, only one bum allowed per residence. Stephanie stops by to tell them about Holly’s living situation. When they get mad, she brings up a valid point, “who’s going to say no to a homeless person?” Even Stephanie let Spencer crash with her. Spencer admits he’s happy Holly is living there since Lauren gets “the mooch of the century” as a house guest. At least Holly doesn’t come with a can of spray paint and a fish tank.
Spencer: “your sister’s the problem.”
Heidi: “Maybe you’re the problem.”
You’re both the problem, now shut up.
Lauren Conrad asks Audrina Patridge advice on what to wear to a rock concert. She desperately needs help since her current idea is to just cut up a shirt. But Audrina isn’t going to be around for these kinds of things much longer. She announces she’s moving out that week. Lauren just can’t hold a roomie for long. Audrina is considering moving in with Justin and of course no one thinks that’s a good idea, including Justin. When she asks him if he wants to move in, his reply is “you know what let it just happen and see what happens.” What does that even mean?! Audrina will probably change her mind anyway when she realizes first-hand that the guy never showers. She invites her very tattooed sister over Casey Patridge to take a look at the house and fills her in on the decorating scheme: “I want to put candles everywhere.” That’s smart- buy a house and make it a fire hazard. Audrina explains to Casey she wants a romantic feel in order to rekindle her flame with Justin. Casey is worried Audrina only bought the house to improve her relationship with Justin, not just for herself. Even Lo seems concerned and is sad their living situation didn’t work out. Lauren Conrad tells it like it is: “I don’t think this was ever her home.” Lo blames it on Justin Bobby making things awkward since he still hates her for naming him, “A man so great he needed two names.” On Audrina’s last day, Lauren and her promise they’ll always be there for one another and can get together to cry at any time. How sweet? Living with Justin is sure to bring tears.
One person completely overjoyed about Audrina moving out is Spencer Pratt. Heidi Montag invites Audrina, Stephanie and Spencer to a Bolthouse opening of club XIV. Heidi calls herself “Mrs.Coordinator” and yet spends the entire night partying with her friends. Audrina brings Casey and Justin with her and the gang toast to her moving out. Spencer tells Audrina she and Justin should move in together since it worked out so great for Heidi and him. Um yeah, cause they’re just great role models. Instead of doing her job like her co-worker Kimberly, Heidi spends the night drinking and drinking some more. Halfway through the night she yells out “can we get another tequila? I’m so wasted!” Smart move especially since her boss’s partner Sam Nazari is around. He decides to see what’s going on, “are we still working here tonight?” Heidi’s reply: “are you?” Great, use sarcasm to piss off the big guy. So it comes as no surprise the next day when Brent Bolthouse decides to investigate. He first questions Kimberly if she drank the night before and she promises “out of respect for you I wouldn’t do that.” When he asks about Heidi she answers she has no idea. Kimberly doesn’t stick up for her at all! But considering what Heidi did to Elodie, Bolthouse and screwed over seem to go hand in hand. Heidi admits to Bolthouse she did have a drink since she thought her job was over. I guess she doesn’t realize planning an event means working the entire night. Bolthouse reads her the riot act and fires her. Most employees would at least try to stick up for themselves in hopes of keeping the job, but Heidi spends the entire time just nodding her head.
When asked by MTV News if the show will continue, “The Hills” star Audrina Patridge responded with “I don’t know.”
“I mean, we’re still filming the fourth season till December, and then … who knows if there’s gonna be a fifth season or if there’s an end?” Patridge said to MTV News.
Patridge, 23, is currently filming “Sorority Row” alongside Rumer Willis and Briana Evigan. The horror film will follow a group of sorority sisters.
“I feel at this point, we all kind of want to go our own separate ways,” she said.
The possibility of her own spinoff show has not been ruled out, “You know, I have a few things in the talks,” Patridge said to MTV News. “I’ve been talking to different people about that. I’ve considered it … so it’s definitely an option I’d consider.”
Sadly, this episode means byebye hot Aussie. When Corey and Audrina Patridge go out for dinner, he finds out Justin Bobby was part of Audrina’s trip to Cabo. When she promises she shared a room with Lauren Conrad and not JB, Corey doesn’t believe her: “of course you did.” While Audrina seemed over Justin in Cabo, Los Angeles reeld her back in. She and her co-worker Chiara head over to a studio to work with Brandy. When Justin texts her, Audrina is out the door. I thought Heidi Montag is the only one who ditches work to talk to a dysfunctional guy? Justin woes her in his usual manner: on his bike. His winning words: “to be in a relationship, you kinda got to be like together.” What an epiphany! And to cinch the deal, he announces these romantic lines: “90% of my time with you- it’s pretty right on…” Pretty right on!! Wow, I wish a guy would say that to me. Frankly, I’m worried about the other 10%. Chiara is shocked that Audrina is willing to take Justin Bobby back. As she points out, “I just don’t want you falling back into the same trap you’ve fallen into 15 times before.” Audrina doesn’t heed her advice and decides to break it off with Corey. Her timing is perfect. First, they go for a romantic dinner, then Corey gives her a koala bear, and finally he invites her to spend 2 months with him in Australia. Her answer, “I just feel like things aren’t working out.” She explains Justin “still has her heart.” Getting dumped is bad but imagine getting dumped for Justin Bobby on TV?
Surprisingly, Stephanie Pratt didn’t get dumped by Lauren Conrad after the Doug fiasco. The two go shopping as LC describes Cabo as more of a guy’s party: “they flew in a shipment of girls.” Stephanie tells Lauren that Cameron and she have had “the talk” and are official. Steph is excited that she has someone to protect her from Brody Jenner. Brody doesn’t seem threatened by the prospect of Cameron taking him aside: “I’ll be like listen homie why don’t I pull you aside and tell you a couple of things about your little girlfriend who you don’t know.” Lauren’s response: ” Lighten UP!” When they all meet up at Crown Bar, no drama actually occurs. This might be a first-time for the Hills. Cameron says it like it is: “it’s really not that exciting.” Well he could have made it exciting! At the beginning of the night, Cameron tells Stephanie, “If Brody comes I’ll take him aside and talk to him.” Did he? NO! And Stephanie notices, ” are you gonna talk to him?” He ignores the question. Brody picks up on the tension: “that’s weird I thought homie wanted to say something to me.” Cameron probably got scared because Brody was dressed like Justin Bobby’s- hat and all. The next day Stephanie goes for brunch with Spencer and Heidi. She points out that every time she hangs out with them she leaves wanting to break up with Cameron. That’s because Heidi and Spencer are evil brain-washers, Duh.
Brody Jenner’s birthday + Cabo San Lucas = an episode not to be missed. Everyone is ready for a good time aside from Audrina Patridge who brings her emotional baggage (Justin Bobby) on the trip with her. Lesson of the day: don’t let your ex become tighter with your friends than you are. When they arrive, Lauren Conrad comments on the pretty “house” they’ll be living in. It’s easy to confuse house with mansion when you grew up in Laguna Beach. Ironically, Audrina and JB get put into the same room. She quickly wheels her stuff out and bunks with Lauren. Justin Bobby actually seems to miss Audrina when he realizes she’s left him for a hot Australian. Well when you treat a girl like shit, she usually leaves you. Doug Reinhardt’s expert advice: “I have one thing to say, all girls are shady.” This theory doesn’t stop Doug from inviting dozens of girls over to their mansion for Brody’s birthday present. I wonder if it was more of a present to himself considering there’s hardly anymore Hills co-stars to date. Brody happily realizes all the guys are single. Justin Bobby finds he’s included as well: “If this is the weekend to get a hall pass and find out your girl’s got a boy this is probably it, right?” Many drinks later, Justin Bobby and Audrina decide to have a rational discussion- mainly about her flower-designed hair clip that Corey gave her. JB steals it and Audrina looks like she’s about to cry. I sense a drunken fight coming on.
Audrina: “you came to Cabo on a hall pass.”
Justin “you left me for another boy!”
Someone’s ego’s bruised. But since Justin has a knack for playing with her head, Audrina ends up more confused than ever. LC tells her that she should stop talking to Justin. Audrina wonders, “Maybe it’s time to let him go.” Could this be the demise of Mister Justin Bobby?
Maybe he’ll be exiled like Stephanie Pratt. Stephanie is sad that she wasn’t invited on the trip. But she has someone to keep her distracted- her boyfriend Cameron. When Heidi Montag invites Stephanie and Cameron to double date with her and Spencer, Stephanie looks scared. Double date with brother dearest? I’d be scared too. Heidi’s take: “Even if your family doesn’t like him that couldn’t change everything.” Obviously Heidi is speaking from experience. At dinner, Spencer announces: “I’m so excited to see this lucky gentleman that has the honour of dating my fabulous sister.” I’m actually starting to like his sarcasm; does that make me a bad person?
Cameron: “your sister’s really funny, she makes me laugh a lot”
Spencer: “she makes me laugh a lot too.”
The dude’s got a point. Spencer proposes a toast: “to going to dinner with my sister and her first boyfriend.” Stephanie looks like she’s about to cry, especially after Spencer brings up Doug. Meanwhile, Cameron looks bored to death, like he was paid to be on the show- which he probably was. Would you freely date Stephanie after the episodes you’ve seen? The next day, Stephanie confronts Spencer on his behaviour. His response: “You should be appreciative a) I talk to you b) I went to a dinner with you and your new boyfriend and c) I paid for the dinner.” I guess he didn’t comply with d) I paid you back for all that time I mooched off your couch.
Audrina Patridge continues looking for a Justin Bobby substitute. She goes on a date with Corey Bohan from Australia. When Lauren Conrad asks Audrina about Justin, Audrina answers: “I dunno, he’s a weird one. I don’t get him.” Took her long enough! After getting so used to JB, Audrina’s thankful for a guy who returns her calls and doesn’t stand her up. Yes, Audrina, it’s abnormal for a guy not to be a jerk. During a romantic dinner, Corey questions Audrina’s love life. Unlike Colin, he doesn’t run screaming. When she questions his, he answers “stress free, just cruisin.” This seems to sit perfectly with Audrina. She likes the non-committed types.
Corey comes by to Audrina’s pad and like a good house-wife-in-training, she gives him cereal and strawberries. LC comes downstairs and is happy to see Audrina with someone other than JB. Me too Lauren, me too… Audrina mentions they’re all going to Cabo for Brody’s birthday and invites Corey. His response: “sounds like a big deal.” Whoa, too much commitment for aussieboy? However, he’s not opposed to going to Malibu for the day with the rest of LC’s crew. Audrina takes Corey as her date while Lauren takes Whitney. LC explains to Whitney, “Justin’s there till someone better comes around.” At the pool party, Frankie Delgado receives a phone call from JB. Uh Oh. Turns out Brody Jenner has already invited Justin Bobby to Cabo with them. When Frankie informs Audrina of this, she tells him what she told JB, that it’s his choice to be with her or not. Obviously Justin Bobby chooses not.
Later on, in Runyon Canyon Park, LC and Audrina walk what is assumed to be Chloe, except she is way bigger than her last appearance. Audrina informs LC that Justin Bobby keeps calling her, most likely because he knows she’s dating. She wonders “Who to choose?” LC smartly points out that Justin Bobby isn’t going anywhere. True to her word, JB comes over to her place where they have a deep discussion which involves Justin convincing Audrina to go swimming alone: “You can go in and I can watch.” Creeeepy. Of course, Audrina goes in. To convince Justin Bobby to join her, she decides to swim topless. I guess Audrina thinks being easy will reel him in. Maybe for night but not in the future; when they discuss Cabo, Justin’s words are “it’s on!” What Justin, what is on? In his explanation, he’s allowed to do whatever he wants in Cabo. Audrina’s last words to him “I don’t trust you.” Duh.
In the land of Speidi, Spencer Pratt informs Stephanie that he doesn’t know who he dislikes more, Holly Montag or “stalker mom” as he refers to Heidi’s mother. He explains he was “bombed like Pearl Harbour.” Then he explains that the letter Heidi gave Lauren upsets him since he “didn’t get to read it or spell-check it.” Is he actually being funny?! Maybe Spencer does have more to offer aside from being the token Douch-Bag. However, he reverts to his usual smirk when he brings up Holly moving out for the 500th time. Heidi’s response: “You were at your sister’s for over 2 months.” Go Heidi! Of course Spencer avoids the question and instead gives her an ultimatum, “one of us has to move out.” Who is she going to choose, her asshole ex-fiance-boyfriend or her loving sister? Well of course Heidi being Heidi informs Holly that the living situation isn’t working out and she should move out already. Holly doesn’t understand why it has to be her or Spencer. Shouldn’t she know by now Spencer doesn’t share his assets?