Lauren Conrad Discusses Her Reality TV Past
Whilst stepping out in a figure hugging bustier to host the Susan G Komen Second Annual Designs for the Cure gala in Los Angeles on Saturday evening, Lauren Conrad opened up about her reality TV past, vowing never to go back to it.
Lauren Conrad became a household name when she made her TV debut on the MTV reality TV show Laguna Beach, which followed the lives of a group of wealthy high school students living in Laguna, California.
The audience soon fell in love with Lauren, as she was your typical American girl next door, which saw her land her own spin-off reality show The Hills, which followed her as she moved to Los Angeles to embark on a fashion career after graduating high school.
After several years of cameras following her every move, Lauren decided to put an end to her reality career leaving The Hills, to focus on her career outside TV.
26 year-old Lauren has since become a published author, releasing a series of best-selling teenage novels partially based on her days on TV, as well as launching her own clothing line and a website which offers beauty tips and more to young women. It is therefore perhaps clear to see why on Saturday evening at the charity gala, that Lauren revealed she would never make a return to reality TV.
Speaking of her days on camera, Lauren admitted: “It made me uncomfortable. I’m not looking to go back. I think that I didn’t love [being a reality star]. I think some people loved it – they loved the attention. It always kind of made me uncomfortable and so I was happy to leave…I have no idea [what I did differently]. I think I was just really lucky, to be honest.”
Article By Victoria Beckett