Too bad "The Hills" are so far in the past - we would've loved to see the MTV reality show tackle a wedding episode.
That reality series' former star, Lauren Conrad, is now engaged to her boyfriend, William Tell.
Lauren Conrad has the write stuff.
The former star of MTV's "The Hills" told Us Magazine that she has scored a three-book deal with HarperCollins following the success of her debut teen novel.
Conrad's first book, "L.A. Candy," scored a number one spot on the New York Times Best Sellers list. She said her trilogy, titled "The Fame Game," will feature Madison Parker, a character from her first novel.
Lauren Conrad's new reality series has headed for the hills.
The program won't air on MTV because, Conrad says, the network felt the show was just "too high brow" for its viewers.
The documentary-style series was to follow Conrad as she launched her own line of evening wear, but the project remains on the shelf.
Torn between fashion and philanthropy? Fret no longer! Australia Luxe Collective, known for its upscale boots, has signed up some 45 celebrities for its STOMP campaign to raise money and awareness for charities dealing with global causes. You can direct a percentage of the purchase price on a pair of Luxe boots to the charity of your choice, or bid on a signed pair in one of the online auctions taking place over the next few months. Celebs who've signed on include:
The campaign's goal is to issue $75,000 in funds across the celebrity-endorsed charities by July 4. Hey – if you're going to walk the walk of charitable giving, why not do it in fancy footwear?
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