Who is audrina dating on the hills
"So, there were points where there'd be romantic spots where we would get romantic and be very comfortable, and then I think life and working elsewhere other than the show kinda just pulled us apart.We were mostly friends for the most part." Despite Brescia's statements, it's clear Patridge had serious feelings for the reality star, even admitting that she felt "hurt" when he and Cavallari started to fake date for the show.
"We were dating, and then he filmed with me [the] first season that never aired," she explained. He came to my very first apartment -- I think it was before I even met Heidi [Montag] and Lauren [Conrad], really -- and we filmed doing my hair or something." "And then we didn't really talk until third season, we started hanging out again and he was kind of entertaining the idea of filming," she continued.Fact or Fiction: How will , fans Patridge says who continue to ask about her life. Her new show, which was executive produced by reailty TV kingpin Mark Burnett and shot earlier this year, follows both Patridge and her family -- the second most famous member of which is her mother, Lynn, who delivered a curse-filled, pro-Audrina, anti-.(Look no further than her 1.4 million followers on Twitter, or the flow of stories about her love life that continue to be winning fodder for the big tabloids.) "Why not? "I really wanted the show to be whatever was going on in my life at that moment. VH1 President of Programming Jeff Olde said the network got on board before Lynn had made her unofficial You Tube debut.“It was like, ‘Why is this dude just showing up and cutting hair?’ But we had a good time.” producers offered a hesitant Brescia a salary that was triple what he was making cutting hair, and the rest is history.
That’s just a scripted story of what would appear to be reality.” PHOTOS: She’s Still Got It! “It just so happened my girlfriend was on the show at the time, and they wanted to film and I was just like whatever.” Cabrera also exposed the truth behind ex-girlfriend Ashlee Simpson’s self-titled reality show that aired from 2004 to 2005. They literally just followed you around with a camera and whatever happened, happened.” Cabrera told Radar that he still keeps in touch with Simpson, 31, and is currently collaborating on an indie-project, Beyond the Sky, with her husband, Evan Ross.