Lauren Conrad got all glammed up for yet another photo shoot, this time for Entertainment Weekly. The article discusses how The Hills became a major phenomenon, and gives us a sneak peek at what happens behind the scenes of the show. LC remains as real as ever, talking about more seasons and the controversy about whether or not the show is fake. Here are highlights:
- On the future of The Hills: "Every season, I think it's the last. Right now, I think this is the last season."
- On whether or not the cameras get to her (and the inspiration for the cover): "I go through phases when I've been filming where I wake up in the middle of the night and I think I'm being filmed. That's when I have to take a vacation."
- On accusations that the show is scripted: "I get that there are certain scenes where someone's like, 'Sooo, last night was weird....' And then there are people on the show who really don't help, because they are very fake. We know who we're talking about —like, you need to stop rehearsing your breakfast."
At this point, we've given up trying to figure out which parts of the show are real and which parts are planned — we'll keep right on watching until the last season airs for real. Check out more about LC and the gang in this week's EW on newsstands now.