I’m not as in tune as maybe I should be,” he said about the Kim-Taylor-Kanye controversy.“I know that there’s Snapchat, but I don’t have a Snapchat, and I heard it was Snapchat about Taylor being recorded? “How many people would need to ask their husbands and wives, ‘Hey, I’m moving back to Laguna for a year because we’re going to do the movie.She writes, Normal high school relationships are dramatic enough, but ours now had the added pressure of being seen by MTV viewers across the country as well as being manipulated by the show's producers, a set of adults were very suddenly involved in the intricacies of our lives.Surprisingly, the producers had a bigger effect, as they controlled and mapped our lives more than we were aware.Seriously, these good friends are just too cute — it's nice to see they've all maintained contact since their days at MTV!Check out all the was nothing like reality at all — but she wouldn't be where she is today without it.“We just wanted to show the regular Lauren, because at the end of the day, every celebrity is still a person, who wants meaningful relationships in their lives, and expects a certain amount of kindness and respect from friends.” “I think Lauren struggled with, ‘Well, this is part of my life. “They couldn't show us, like, walking carpets at parties, or endorsing things, or having our own lines, because that would sort of take away the legitimacy of having this struggling, young kid in L. “The network said, ‘Let’s do a couple more seasons, this is a big show for us.’ And we made the decision to keep going without her.” “She was done with the show,” Gateley says.
[we] always talked about, how are we going to end it? “That’s where the editors also were our storytellers,” she says.In the first episode, we learn Juliette is involved in a love triangle with the Stephen Colletti stand-in Alex and his high school sweetheart whom he clearly still has a thing for Madisson (and no, that double “s” is sadly not a typo).As Juliette becomes more aggressive in her pursuit of Alex, fans have dubbed her the Kristin Cavallari of will be able to recapture the popularity of its predecessor, which is now considered a classic reality series and spawned multiple spinoffs.Just like a visit to a glitter factory, what happens in Cabo certainly doesn't stay in Cabo. Stephen and Kristin were on-again, off-again pretty much the entire run of “Laguna Beach.” At some point, Lauren Conrad was added into the mix, which led to a love triangle I can only assume resulted in producers high-fiving CONSTANTLY in the MTV editing bay while dancing to that “We're in the Money” song Daffy Duck occasionally dances to.I'm of course referencing the defining episode of “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County,” titled “What Happens in Cabo.” You know, the one where Stephen Colletti calls Kristin Cavallari a slut mid dream Cabo vacation. The “LB” gang was on spring break in Cabo San Lucas while Kristin was dating some other random guy who wasn't Stephen, which led to the iconic scene above.