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The second episode of The Hills‘ final season [sigh of relief] aired last night, and true to form what lasted 30 minutes can easily be summed up in 30 seconds. To recap the drug use accusations, DD (soon-to-be-H) boobs, and plenty o’ vacant stares, we’re presenting you with the most concise summary on the internet, after the jump.
Scary Spice Melanie Brown has a new line of Sugar Factory couture lollipops to hawk, and plenty of friends willing to help. Kim Kardashian, sister Khloe, Lo Bosworth and Stacy Keibler all came out to LA’s Guys And Dolls Lounge in LA to give her wares a taste—some, like Kim, more enthusiastically than others. Watch her slurp away in the gallery below.
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Spencer Pratt may be getting less attractive by the minute, threatening to divorce new wife Heidi Pratt and cooking up schemes to legally change his name to “King Spencer Pratt,” but his sister Stephanie Pratt clearly got the hottie genes in the family, which she showed off while prancing around on the beach in Malibu while filming scenes for The Hills. Hills co-stars Kristin Cavallari and Lo Bosworth also got in on the beach action, splish-splashing in the Pacific Ocean and kayaking. [Photos: Splash News Online]
Lauren Conrad‘s BFF and roomie, Lo Bosworth, gets her hair done – sans makeup – at the at the Warren Tricomi Salon in L.A. [Photo: Splash News Online]
Oh, these kids of The Hills! They should can their drama and store it away in case there’s ever a nuclear winter and the last few humans on earth get bored with each other. Last night’s premiere came complete with Audrina-on-Lo drama after Audrina Partridge learned Lo Bosworth was helping plan her birthday party. Audrina, clearly unhappy with Lo’s involvement, tells a co-worker: “Lo’s always super-bitchy. That’s just how she is.” She later confronts Lo, telling her she has an “attitude.” “I have friends who treat me good,” whines Audrina. “You don’t do that.”
Lo takes the high road in US Weekly (well, as high as you can get when you respond in a gossip rag): “She has taken it to the level where she’s name calling. I have never done that and don’t plan to.” [Photo: FilmMagic]