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Luckily, Conrad’s dream was always to pursue a career in fashion—hence her short stint at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where she made a friend, Heidi Montag, in textiles class. Present-day Lauren fondly remembers her on-television Teen Vogue interview, and how badly she wanted to land the job.Her parents laugh about how clearly oblivious their daughter was—of course she had the job, she was literally a Teen Vogue cover girl.At the end of her character arc in Season 5, LC had tentatively made up with former BFF Heidi Montag, thanks to Heidi’s boyfriend Spencer Pratt’s telephone apology.In real life, Conrad later confessed that she actually “wasn’t on the other line” of Pratt’s phone call mea culpa.

Audrina Patridge is married to a BMX rider, and hosts a travel series on LXTV.Billed as a tell-all with LC, the trip down memory lane opens on a shot of our heroine driving down the freeway, sunnies on, blasting a familiar track: Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten.” I mean, 2006 was so fricken’ awesome, you guys.From the get-go, Conrad is upfront about what went down and what was about to, explaining that her special would flash back and forth between her new life and commentaries on some old, never-before-seen footage.And without The Hills, which revealed America’s endless appetite for watching pretty people check their Black Berry’s and stare vacantly out the window at L. hotspots, how would we have been able to predict the runaway success of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, a show on which two sisters eating salads constitutes a legitimate subplot?Suffice to say, every unemployed actress, fake intern, professional villain, and walking haircut with reality TV airtime on their résumé owes a debt of gratitude to LC and Kristin—not to mention Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, the Pratt siblings, Lo Bosworth, and even Whitney Port (let’s not talk about The City, though).

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