The Hills Cast Tell Us What They’re Up to Today
It’s hard to believe, but it’s been 10 years since The Hills aired its very first episode. (Yeah, we feel old too.) The cult-favorite reality TV series, which followed Lauren Conrad’s life in L.A. as she pursued a career in the fashion industry, gave us memorable feuds (we’re looking at you, Speidi), and even more memorable one-liners (“You know what you did!”).
MTV is feeling the pangs of nostalgia, too. So much so that the network is airing an anniversary special, The Hills: That Was Then, This Is Now, tonight at 9 p.m. ET. In honor of the show’s triumphant return, we mined our recent oral history with the cast to revisit where they are today. Spoiler alert: The rest is still unwritten.
“[My fiancé] Corey [Bohan] and I are planning our wedding, so there’s lots of things we’re getting ready for. And I’m working on my own swim line.”
“My career is definitely evolving. I’m taking this time right now to restructure my line, Whitney Eve. I’m married. I live in Venice [Calif.]. I have a very normal life.”
“I’m a domestic goddess. I cook and I clean and I deal with four dogs. Spencer and I are going to try to have a baby next year, too. I’m ready to be a mom—I think it’s going to be such a great chapter. Kristin [Cavallari] seems like such an awesome mom, and I think Audrina will be such a great mom. I guess we need to have the new Hills as moms!”
“My life is like Groundhog Day. Every morning, I make two 32 gram shots of Zip Zinger espresso. I used to have a breakfast burrito every day, but now I have an apple with almond butter, because I want to be model skinny. Then I usually do jiu jitsu for about an hour and a half, then I eat salmon. Then I go home, ice my old man knees, watch Apple TV, and tweet, because I don’t have any actual friends to talk to. Then Heidi and I will either get sushi or Mexican food and I’ll have some tequila on ice. I keep that in rotation.”
JUSTIN “BOBBY BRESCIA”
“My band, BobbyrocK, is on a U.S. tour. And I have a haircare line. I have other people running my hair salons, too.”
“I’m developing a project with Lionsgate about the fashion industry and starting to work on my third book, You Are a Witch, You Know You Are, about girls and magic and power and creating what you want, through a pagan filter. I still do PR.”
“I’m the director of population health for a healthcare company based in Southern California. I help deliver quality care to people that are sick and old in vulnerable populations.”