Five years after The Hills ended, Heidi and Spencer Pratt are still—seemingly against all odds—alive and kicking, at least according to a disturbing, incredible new profile on the couple from Complex.
In today's Tweet Beat, Coco Rocha is as chill as it gets, Frankie Muniz is a huge fan of The Hills and Jenny Slate is the picture of English decorum.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt were back on TV last night for an E! special about being destroyed by reality TV. Spencer is full of regrets—and pie. He admitted he turned to pie to cope with being so hated and unemployable after The Hills, packing on 50 lbs. Oh, and he also admitted that the couple isn't broke and…
But how can a reality show have an "alternate" ending unless we're talking some string theory parallel existence Stephen Hawking shit? you might say. Sh. Just go with it. The kids from The Hills don't know enough about quantum physics to be truly dangerous. Yet.
The appearance of moving men taking boxes out of the home where Charles Saatchi and Nigella Lawson share with their kids — about two weeks after photos of Saatchi choking Lawson in a restaurant were printed in the Evening Standard — may signify that the TV chef's ten-year marriage to 70-year-old Saatchi has come to…
Last night, Kristin Cavallari went on Watch What Happens Live (to promote her shoe line? because she has one?) and played the customary game "Plead the Fifth," during which she was asked, "How fake was The Hills?" Her answer: "Pretty fake." She admitted that producers told the cast what to say and that fights and…
It's common knowledge that MTV's name hasn't had anything to do with its content in years, but there's still something that ties the network's early music video blocks to TRL and Teen Mom: Its relentless pursuit of teen viewers. To keep up with their fickle tastes, MTV has to keep revamping itself every few years.…
LC just can't stop marketing herself, and now she's taking to the internet. Oh good — we have room to spare 'round here on the internet! She says, "In the following months, I'll be talking about what it takes to run a business, design a clothing line, write a book, run a website, and much more." Please, please say…
- Gap, which last week announced it would be switching to a logo it had been trialling, immediately faced vituperative criticism. It first asked customers for better ideas, and then apologized. Now Gap has reverted to its boring old logo. [BBC]
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- Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone? Officially splitsville. Tweeted Martone, "thanks for t notes. yes, i saw t press today. We are not together, haven't been in 2 months. And we will not comment on it. Sorry. We r fine. [Gawker]
The only truly bad thing about The Hills coming to an end is that it means Joel McHale's Soup commentary on the show has come to an end as well. Naturally, The Soup bid the show farewell in spectacular fashion.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Wendy Williams airs out her vagina, Snooki shares an embarrassing high school memory, and some chicks on Fox News have a "catfight."
- We heard this rumor a couple of weeks ago, and here it is again: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie might show up at Comic-Con next week.
The PR honcho is so over revenge. In the contemporary Panopticon of social media, reality television, and e-mail forwards, Cutrone's rule is "don't ever put anything in writing and never say anything when anyone's around." Except for, apparently, this interview.
Four years of fake jobs, fake living arrangements, and convenient casting have kept viewers wondering whether this "reality" was scripted. Last night's series finale winked at that when cameras revealed Kristin and Brody's "goodbye" was filmed on a Hollywood lot.