Speaking of the issue about Spencer Pratt apologizing to her on the phone, Lauren Conrad said she didn't know about it until the clip was aired.
Lauren Conrad has burst the bubble by indicating it plain and publicly that "The Hills" is staged. During Lauren's "The View" appearance on Thursday, June 18, host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked her about whether she thought Spencer Pratt was being sincere when apologizing to her through phone about the sex tape rumor. Lauren said she wasn't on the other side of the line.
Lauren was hesitant to answer the question at first but then she said, "To be perfectly honest, I wasn't on the other line of that call." She continued, "That was filmed and I wasn't on the other end... So I didn't even know about it."
Ironically, just a few days before that, Spencer was on "The View" addressing the same issue to the women. He admitted to lying about the sex tape rumor he spread back in 2007 in order to get Lauren into his wedding with Heidi Montag. "I apologized because that is what got (Conrad) to our wedding," Spencer said. "I said I'm sorry because (Conrad) said, 'I will come to the wedding if you say I'm sorry.' "
Since the apology was never delivered, Sherri Shepherd asked Lauren why she eventually came to the wedding. Lauren answered, "It's a little hard to understand now, but a long time ago - years ago, we moved here together, we were best friends and we used to say - 'Someday, at our wedding...' I felt like it was a few hours of my time and as much as I didn't agree with it, I might some day regret not doing it."
Lauren Conrad was on the talk show to promote her debut novel "L.A. Candy" which has been in stores.