Lauren Conrad left The Hills in 2009 for many reasons, but particularly because the show was hard on her personal life and relationships. Now, the 24-year-old entrepreneur is considering going back to TV.
Us Weekly reports that the California native has been offered her own reality series and the networks are duking it out for it. Lauren has yet to confirm whether the rumors are true, but in an interview with the magazine, she didn't necessarily rule it out.
"The only way I'd return to reality TV would be if it allowed me to decide when the cameras stop," she said.
Since her departure from the small screen, LC's career has skyrocketed. Not only has the stylish star launched two clothing lines (with one on the way), but she's also written three novels and earns an estimated $1.5 million from her businesses and endorsements. Lauren got her start on the MTV series Laguna Beach, and was so popular on the show that the network followed her to L.A. where she began her post-high school life. She spent five seasons on The Hills.
"It's bittersweet," LC said about leaving the show in a 2009 interview with Us Weekly. "I've spent the last five years making every decision be about the show. People I date have to be able to film, the places I work have to let us film and the places I live have to have set lighting. I'm ready to do things on my own. I loved doing it and had so much fun, but it came to a point where I had done it long enough."
But, if Lauren gets her own show and gets to play by her own rules, it seems like she'll be be willing to make the sacrifice all over again. The question is, will you be watching?
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