Lauren Conrad Takes Issue with Celebrity News Headline

by at . Comments

With the return of The Hills just a few days away, its beautiful star, Lauren Conrad, is taking issue with Us Weekly and its lead story.

The magazine's article on LC proclaims that Lauren was "betrayed" by both her friend Audrina Patridge and her ex-boyfriend, Brody Jenner.

LC went on her MySpace page to clarify her thoughts ...

"Hey! I just wanted to take a moment to clear something up. I recently did an interview to talk about the show coming back and what everyone had to look forward to. Unfortunately it was turned into yet another "poor me" story. The article itself is a nice one but it follows headlines that, in no way, represent my words or feelings.

Audrina and Lauren

I do not feel betrayed by Audrina or Brody. I love them both and said nothing to contradict this. I understand that headlines sell magazines, but I value my friendships above magazine sales any day. On a more positive note, I got to see some of the first episode yesterday and it looks amazing. I'm sooooooo excited for everyone to see Paris. Best wishes and I hope everyone tunes in Monday."

Matt Richenthal is the Editor in Chief of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter and on Google+.

Tags:
Like Us On Facebook

Want more The Hills?

Sign up for our daily newsletter and receive the latest tv news delivered to your inbox for free!

More From TV Fanatic

The-hills-season-six-cast

The Hills Series Finale Review: Fake!

All good things must come to an end. In other news, The Hills aired its final episode last night.
Darlene

The Hills Review: "Loves Me Not"

The second-to-last episode of The Hills was boring and full of bogus drama. Then again, that's how the show usually is, but this episode more than most.
The-hills-season-6-cast

The Hills Review: "Welcome to the Jungle"

The Hills' 100th episode was not one of its best. The reason? Well, there are many, but to sum up, it's been about 20-30 episodes too many at this point.
Kristin-and-brody

The Hills Review: "Make Up to Break Up"

The Hills continues to illustrate why this is its final season. It's clear out of ideas and interesting people.