About Lauren Conrad
Lauren Katherine Conrad Tell, 29, born in Laguna Beach, California, got famous during the reality show Laguna Beach. To pursue a career in the fashion industry in May 2006, Lauren moved to Los Angeles and was commissioned to star in her own spin-off series, The Hills, which would come to cover her personal and professional life alongside her closest friends Heidi Montag and Whitney Port. Lauren attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and got involved with People's Revolution and Teen Vogue.
Lauren launched the fashion lines LC Lauren Conrad in 2009 and Paper Crown in 2011. The L.A. Candy book trilogy came to release in 2010 and the spin-off The Fame Game series in 2012. Style- and beauty book were also finalized during ths time. Lauren recently released a cookbook, Celebrate.
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Lauren Conrad covers Redbook MagazineLauren Conrad has planned your next party. It's going to be awesome and stress-free—and, if you follow her rules for entertaining, it just might make your marriage better. Not bad, right?
After having successfully conquered the fashion world (with two collections, Paper Crown and LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl's), the publishing business (nine books, including eight New York Times best sellers), and social media (nearly 10 million followers combined on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook), Lauren is moving her lifestyle empire into a cozier locale: your house. With the launch of The Little Market, her online fair-trade retailer, and her book Celebrate, Lauren may be turning into the millennial Martha Stewart.
"Those are some big shoes to fill, and I really don't see myself doing that,"laughs Lauren at the notion. [...]
Lauren Conrad announces The Hills 10th Anniversary Special
[...] According to the network, the program has a working title of The Hills: That Was Then, This Is Now and will be executive produced by Jason Sands, producer of The Hills during its original run. Per MTV, the special stars Conrad as she "takes us back to revisit MTV’s cultural phenomenon in celebration of the show’s 10-year anniversary," sifting "through the clutter to address some of the show's best-kept secrets and reveal what it was really like living her pivotal years on camera." Conrad will also answer burning fan questions during the one-off episode, which MTV says still sees the reality-star-turned-“cultural icon” unafraid to "tell it like it is."
"I am so excited to be returning home to MTV to commemorate the 10th anniversary of The Hills," Conrad told MTV News. "Viewers watched me grow up and experience milestones on Laguna Beach and The Hills — and now they will get a firsthand look at my life today. I can’t wait for you to see the special on Aug. 2!"
Since airing its final episode in 2010, the series spawned several spinoffs starring Hills cast members, including Whitney Port's New York-set The City on MTV and Audrina Patidge's short-lived, eponymous reality show, which aired in 2011 for one season on VH1.
Conrad, who won four Teen Choice Awards for The Hills, has published several books since the end of the show, including the novel L.A. Candy and the home entertainment how-to guide Lauren Conrad Celebrate. She's also appeared on multiple reality shows over the years, namely America's Next Top Model, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, Punk'd, and Fashion Police.
The Hills: That Was Then, This Is Now (working title) will air Aug. 2 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
Today is the 10th anniversary of The Hills! I am excited to announce that @MTV will premiere an anniversary special with me on Tuesday 8/2!— Lauren Conrad (@LaurenConrad) May 31, 2016
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