A reunion practically 20 years within the making! Lauren Conrad joined fellow Laguna Seaside alums Kristin Cavallari and Stephen Colletti for an episode of their podcast and spilled loads of secrets and techniques about her time on the present.
The L.A. Sweet creator, 36, joined the Unusual James designer, 35, and One Tree Hill alum, additionally 36, for the Tuesday, November 8, episode of their “Again to the Seaside” podcast, the place they rewatch and focus on Laguna Seaside.
The Very Cavallari veteran revealed that she and her cohost beforehand requested Conrad to hitch them for a visitor look, however she initially hesitated as a result of she had by no means rewatched the present. That modified, nevertheless, when she examined optimistic for COVID-19 and needed to isolate at house.
“I used to be, like, locked in a home on my own for 10 days,” the Lauren Conrad Magnificence creator defined. “So, I used to be like, ‘OK, effectively there’s nobody round me.’ Like, ‘I can do that now.’ Like, ‘I can sit and watch a few these episodes.’ After which I listened to your guys’ pilot. And I believed you probably did a very nice job.”
Laguna Seaside, which ran from 2004 to 2006, adopted Conrad, Cavallari, Colletti and their classmates at Laguna Seaside Excessive Faculty in California. When the present started, the 2 girls have been caught in a love triangle with Colletti, however they defined on the podcast that their relationship wasn’t fairly as adversarial because it regarded on TV.
“We had a difficulty with one another, but it surely had been squashed,” Conrad mentioned. “I feel what occurred is that they type of noticed this as, like, a place to begin. After which they ran with it.”
Although Laguna Seaside aired its remaining episode greater than 15 years in the past, the Fame Recreation creator — who nonetheless lives in Orange County — mentioned that the present often haunts her in uncommon methods. At one level “years in the past,” she was at a metropolis assembly about parking when a neighborhood chief identified that “a tv present about our city” had elevated tourism.
“I’m sitting there. I’m, like, within the again. And I’m like, ‘Oh, s–t. Oh, s–t. Oh, s–t,’” Conrad recalled. “And I’m like, ‘No, no, no, no, no, no, no.’”
Because it turned out, although, the speaker famous that the true downside was geotagging on social media moderately than Laguna Seaside or every other Orange County–based mostly TV exhibits. “I bought actually uncomfortable for a minute in that room,” Conrad mentioned. “I used to be like, ‘Oh, my God, everybody on this room is gonna hate me.’”
Preserve scrolling for extra revelations from Conrad’s “Again to the Seaside” look: