(Read more on that HERE.) "That was definitely kind of fake," she admitted, "but the stuff with [Justin and I], it was a fine line of real and fake, because we definitely had real feelings for each other and what we were going through was real, but what we were going through in real life we didn't talk [about] on camera.
So, what we were going through on the show was different than the real life stuff." "No, I mean, we worked a lot together and we traveled a lot together, so we had a lot of hours together and we became really good friends," he explained.
(The former couple share daughter Kirra, 14 months.) Fast-forward to Wednesday, September 20, when the reality star filed for divorce after 10 months of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” In documents obtained by Us, she echoes her previous comments: “He works for Red Bull and travels internationally for that work. She just needs privacy at this time,” her rep told Us.
In the picture, the mom of Beau, 4, […] She scheduled middle-of-the-night transatlantic flights on her private jet, took to carrying an oversized golf umbrella rain or shine and concocted elaborate plans to out-smart the ever-present photographers who surrounded her seven-bedroom penthouse in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood.From on-and-off screen romances to rocky friendships, Patridge was not shy about spilling secrets with us, including her infamous relationship with Justin Brescia (aka "Justin Bobby.") "We were dating, and then he filmed with me [the] first season that never aired," she explained. He came to my very first apartment -- I think it was before I even met Heidi [Montag] and Lauren [Conrad], really -- and we filmed doing my hair or something." "And then we didn't really talk until third season, we started hanging out again and he was kind of entertaining the idea of filming," she continued."It was hard with Justin towards the end with him and Kristin [Cavallari] and all that stuff." That "stuff" she's referring to is a party scene in which her and Cavallari got into a "fake" fight over Brescia while filming at Heidi and Spencer Pratt’s house, which we found out was, sadly, also fake.“My colorist said that I’ve trained my scalp to not get greasy because I never wash it.” But Breckenridge, who […] Although the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala fundraiser has been happening since 1948, it wasn’t until Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour took over in the 1990s that the event became the Super Bowl of fashion.Click through to see some of the best Met Gala dresses of all time from the red carpet!