“The Hills” Cast: Where Are They Now?
The Hills premiered on MTV in May 2006 as a spinoff of the wildly popular Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County reality series. It spawned a spinoff of its own, The City, but nothing could ever touch the mascara-stained drama and tumultuous friendships that LC, Audrina, Heidi, and the gang brought to The Hills. We've watched as its stars have grown up offscreen in the years since — getting married, having kids, and running successful businesses of their own. Here, all together, is a look at what the cast of The Hills is up to now. (Photos via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty + Rachel Murray/Getty + Jonathan Leibson/Getty)
Lauren Conrad: Conrad's career hasn't slowed down one bit since she left The Hills in the middle of the fifth season. She's a best-selling YA author, a style icon and designer with her own Paper Crown and Kohl's collections, a lifestyle blogger — and even a guest editor right here at Brit + Co. In 2015, she married attorney and former Something Corporate guitarist William Tell in a Pinterest-dream of a wedding, and in July 2017, the two welcomed their first child, Liam. (Photo via Rachel Murray/Getty)
Audrina Patridge: Patridge is one of the very few cast members to be on The Hills for its entire run. After the series wrapped, she went on to star in her own reality series, Audrina, for one season on VH1. She also appeared on Dancing With the Stars in 2010 and had a number of small film roles before focusing on fashion, beauty, and lifestyle in her blog The Inside Out. In June 2016, Patridge and her longtime beau, BMX rider Corey Bohan, welcomed their first child, a little girl named Kirra. They wed later the same year. (Photo via Jonathan Leibson/Getty)
Whitney Port: Port left The Hills at the end of season four and moved to New York City to work with Diane von Fürstenberg and star in her own spinoff, The City. She’s since become a fashion designer, author, and YouTuber. In 2015, she married Tim Rosenman, and the two became first-time parents to little Sonny in July 2017. (Photo via Cindy Ord/Getty)
Heidi Montag: Over the course of six seasons of The Hills, Montag went from Conrad's bubbly best friend to her mortal enemy as one-half (with now-husband Spencer Pratt) of "Speidi." After the show, Montag attempted a music career and made a name for herself on UK reality television. Montag never mended her friendship with Conrad, but has since said that although she's still hurt by how their friendship ended, she's happy about all of Conrad's personal and professional success. Montag is still happily married to Pratt, and the couple are expecting their first child in 2017. (Photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)
Spencer Pratt: The ultimate Hills villain is having something of a resurgence of late, becoming an insightful and funny pop-culture commentator, as well as a Snapchat star in his own right. Pratt and his wife, Heidi Montag, also appeared on multiple seasons of Celebrity Big Brother UK, and in 2013, Pratt completed his degree in political science. He and Montag are expecting their first child together and still seem legitimately in love. (Photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)
Brody Jenner: Brody Jenner first turned up on The Hills with his pal Spencer Pratt in season two, after their own reality show, The Princes of Malibu, ended its short-lived run. He became a regular fixture on the series when he began dating Lauren Conrad (for the show) and later Kristin Cavallari (for real). After The Hills, Jenner stayed in the spotlight because of his relationship with Avril Lavigne and a series of appearances on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. (Jenner is the son of Caitlyn Jenner.) He also launched his Sex With Brody series on E!, which didn't fare well with critics. In 2016, Jenner got engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Kaitlynn Carter. (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)
Justin Bobby: Who could forget that hair?! Justin "Bobby" Brescia, AKA Audrina Patridge's Hills ex, now runs a hair care business (natch!) and plays in his band, Bobby Rock. No joke. (Photo via Scott Gries/Getty)
Jason Wahler: Wahler will forever be remembered by Hills fans as the guy who made LC "the girl who didn't go to Paris" when, at the end of season one, Conrad stayed in LA to spend the summer with her then-boyfriend instead of taking a Teen Vogue internship in Paris. Following the show, Wahler struggled with alcoholism, eventually appearing on Celebrity Rehab, getting sober, and co-founding a sober living facility. He married model Ashley Slack in October 2013 and the two are expecting their first child together. (Photo via Michael Buckner/Getty)
Kristin Cavallari: Cavallari made the move from Laguna Beach alum to The Hills guest star in the fifth season, eventually becoming a main cast member in the sixth, and final, season. She went on to appear both as an actor and as herself in a number of TV shows and films (including a stint on Dancing With the Stars in 2011). Like many of her Laguna and The Hills costars, she has also ventured into the fashion, publishing, and lifestyle realms. Her first cookbook, True Roots, will be out in spring 2018. As for her personal life, Cavallari married her longtime (though on-again/off-again) boyfriend, NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, in 2013, and together they have three children. Tragically, Cavallari lost her brother, Michael, in December 2015 due to hypothermia following a car crash. (Photo via Fred Hayes/Getty)
Lo Bosworth: Though she appeared throughout the series, she was featured more prominently in the final season of The Hills. After the show ended, Conrad's once-bestie Bosworth moved away from Hollywood and now lives in NYC as a lifestyle and wellness entrepreneur. Bosworth's blog and YouTube channel focus on recipes, skincare tips, and #JustAskLo advice, while her latest venture, Love Wellness Co., features natural women's hygiene products. (Photo via Jason Kempin/Getty)
Frankie Delgado: You might remember Delgado as Spencer Pratt and Brody Jenner's party promoter pal. Delgado works on the nightclub scene to this day, though he's also a settled family man, according to his Instagram. He and his wife, Jennifer, have two kids. (Photo via Bryan Steffy/Getty)
Casey Reinhardt: Reinhardt, whose brother is Conrad's ex-boyfriend Doug Reinhardt, launched a super-successful cupcake store, Casey's Cupcakes, and even won Food Network's Cupcake Wars in 2011. She's expecting her second child with husband Sean Brown in 2018. (Photo via Toby Canham/Getty)
Stephanie Pratt: Spencer Pratt's sister, Stephanie, had rocky relationships with, well, everyone on the show from season two onward. She struggled with drug and alcohol abuse in her younger years, something she came clean about in her 2015 memoir. Not unlike her brother, Stephanie has appeared in UK reality shows such as Celebrity Big Brother, Made In Chelsea, and Celebs Go Dating. Recently, she also got into the fashion game with a line for Goddiva. (Photo via Stuart C. Wilson/Getty)
Jen Bunney: Conrad's Laguna bestie Jen Bunney followed LC to The Hills, but after she did a "shady thing" (read: kissing BFF Conrad's crush, Brody Jenner), the two ended their friendship. Bunney married in 2014 and currently works in health care. She remains tight with Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag. (Photo via Michael Buckner/Getty)
Emily Weiss: Although Emily Weiss was only on The Hills for three episodes in the second season, she made a lasting impression as the intimidating New York intern at Teen Vogue. After the show, she went on to work for W and Vogue before starting her own successful lifestyle blog, Into the Gloss, which she then turned into the mega-popular Glossier beauty line. Go figure. (Photo via Jamie McCarthy/Getty)
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