Where are these girls’ parents?!
But why were they even there?!
Both weekends have the same lineup, and more importantly
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With all the amount of money the kiddies from The Hills are making, you'd think they'd wanna ride that train as long as possible.
Not Lauren Conrad !
The ingrate says, "It's coming to a point where I love this show so much, but I'm ready to kind of walk away. I've been doing it for five years now. Five years on TV is a really, really long time."
Yes, imagine that. Someone having a job longer than five years?
Conrad adds, "It's more difficult when not only everyone knows about your problems, but they make them worse because things escalate and things get twisted. It's hard to have an actual friendship be torn apart in the media."
As for Lauren's friend, Whitney Port, getting her own show on MTV, The City, L.C. says nothing but good things. She's been instructed well!
She claims, "I'm so proud of her for this next show. I think that in The Hills she never really let them film her personal life. She hasn't really experienced the whole 'put your personal life on TV' thing."
She adds, "I'll be watching."
So what's a rich girl to do now that she might not be able to return to The Hills?
Could Playboy be in Lauren's future? Or possibly just another reality show we're guessing.
It's not like L.C. graduated from a real college or has ever had a real, non-scripted job!
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