It was a massive night for “Hills” fans all over the world, and as the MTV reality show came to a close for good, the final scene left viewers wondering how much of the show was actually real.
Brody Jenner explained, "The thing is, as you saw on the end — what's real and what's fake, you don't know. Our relationship, the entire time could have been fake. That's one of the questions: what was real and what was fake, and we left it [open]."
Bringing an end to their hit MTV series, the past and present stars of "The Hills" gathered together at The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California on Tuesday (July 13).
As the final episode aired on MTV, Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port joined up with Audrina Patridge, Kristin Cavallari, Stephanie Pratt, Holly Montag, Lauren Bosworth, Brody Jenner and numerous others connected to the show to celebrate its successful tenure.
It’s no secret their mother/daugther relationship has had its hardships and it sounds like things are getting worse for Heidi Montag and her mom, Darlene.
According to People’s TV Watch, on “The Hills” episode airing tonight (July 6), Darlene opens up to Heidi’s sister, Holly, revealing, “I just feel like she can’t live in two worlds and that she feels like she has to choose between us and Spencer.”
Though she turned down an invite to appear on the final episode of her former reality show, Lauren Conrad has announced that she'll be taking part in "The Hills" finale aftershow.
With the hit series coming to an end on July 13th, creator Adam DiVello told Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show, "Lauren Conrad will be at the finale event along with Whitney Port and the whole entire cast. It will be an exciting ending. We definitely have a couple of surprises up our sleeve that the cast don't even know about!"