It’s surprising that Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag might be the ones keeping the cast from reuniting, but Kristin Cavallari said that’s precisely what is happening.
Posing with props and making exaggerated smiles for the camera are all in a day’s work for reality TV stars Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Pratt.
Spencer Pratt was still half asleep when he got the news he’d been dreaming about. On a recent morning at his Santa Barbara beach house, he rolled out of bed to find his wife of eight years, Heidi Montag, “just standing there,” the 33-year-old former star of MTV’s The Hills recalls in the new issue of Us Weekly. “The look on her face, I can’t even describe it. She was literally glowing. I thought she was about to say she made muffins or banana bread.”
Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag in happier days Drama, drama, drama! The Hills may have ended five years ago, but people still consider Heidi Montag and her husband, Spencer Pratt, to be two of the biggest villains in reality TV. A title that — though they own it — they don’t necessarily appreciate, especially when it comes to their relationship with Lauren Conrad. PHOTOS: Speidi’s most outrageous moments “I spent years pretending to like her for a living,” Montag, 29, tells Us Weekly of her former roommate and friend. The fact is, she lied about me and tried to destroy my life, yet I was the one painted as the villain so the show could have her as the good guy.” PHOTOS: Lauren Conrad’s wedding album Various cast members from the hit MTV reality series have talked about the show being scripted countless times before, but Montag says that hasn’t changed the public’s perception of her or her husband. Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt (John Shearer/WireImage) “It’s not that I care about [LC] anymore, but it is upsetting to me that everyone knows by now that The Hills was a scripted show, yet people still think the negative stuff about me that the show set up to make me the villain to her hero was real.