'Hills' stars Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port have left 'Teen Vogue'
By Christopher Rocchio, 01/11/2008
Lauren "L.C." Conrad and Whitney Port are apparently facing the reality of sifting through help wanted ads.
The Hills co-stars' Teen Vogue positions have come to an end with the magazine's upcoming March issue, Women's Wear Dailyreported Thursday.
"The girls have moved on from Teen Vogue," a spokeswoman told Women's Wear Daily, declining to comment if the publication will continue to be a part of the series. MTV did not return Women's Wear Daily's request for comment.
During The Hills November 2007 third-season finale broadcast, Teen Vogue west-coast editor Lisa Love informed Port and Conrad they'd be traveling to Paris to help the publication cover the Crillon Ball, an annual international debutante gala that took place on November 24.
Teen Vogue's coverage of the Crillon Ball will appear in the magazine's March 2008 issue, which according to Women's Wear Daily, has Port listed as West Coast fashion contributor and Conrad as intern.
Eight additional The Hills third-season episodes are scheduled to air this spring on MTV and will pick-up right where the finale left off, following Conrad and Port as they travel to the Crillon Ball.
Conrad's hunt for a new job apparently may not last too long, as she was spotted dining with event promoter Brent Bolthouse in L.A. on December 22, according to a report in Ok! Weekly's January 14 issue.
"Lauren met with Brent to talk through coming on board at Bolthouse Productions," an "insider" told OK!
The problem is that Bolthouse already employs Conrad's The Hills co-star and archenemy Heidi Montag.
"LC won't work with Heidi, so Heidi will be looking for a new job," the insider told OK!
A Montag "friend" reportedly confirmed Bolthouse's interest in Conrad, and not surprisingly, Montag apparently isn't taking the news too well.
"She is devastated and thinks Lauren is doing this to ruin her life," the friend told OK!