I'm still secretly obsessed with The Hills - I re-watch the MTV reality show every summer just to be reminded of all of the ridiculous drama that went on between the beautiful people of Los Angeles. Of course, as anyone who watched the last episode of The Hills knows, not everything was as it seems: the series finale broke the fourth wall and revealed that the entire last scene was staged, as audiences could infer was much of the drama on the show. Now Brody Jenner is telling the world that he never actually hooked up with any of the girls on the show - including Lauren Conrad. So why is one cast member so mad?
Brody sat down with Yahoo Style to discuss his former MTV reality show days, in which he admits that he's not exactly the "man whore" that the show made him out to be:
I'll be honest: I'm a tad disappointed that the romance between Brody and Lauren never actually existed. They were pretty cute together, even if their budding "love" did break apart the friendship between Lauren and Jen Bunney. Speaking of Jen, she seems to be the only cast member a little bit peeved by Brody's confession:
I would say that the hardest part of it was having to live that fake reality... The not being able to say, 'I didn't screw every single girl on the show. I didn't have sex with Jen Bunny, I didn't hook up with Audrina, I didn't hook up with any of these girls...And then you get all these people saying, 'Oh, he's a male whore, he sleeps with all of these girls,' when in actuality, I didn't do that.
Jen is likely referring to the scene in which she "stole" Brody from Lauren at Lauren's own birthday party. The series heavily implied that Jen and Brody left the party to hookup at his house, and Lauren was pissed. (Though that's a little weird, considering Lauren and Brody were never really an item, either...) Perhaps Jen is mad that Brody allowed her to be villainized on the series as a so-called "man-stealer," when in reality there was no one to even steal.
It's good to know that even 10 years later, the drama on The Hills doesn't stop.