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Lauren Conrad had 10 bridesmaids at her wedding

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Welp, if we’re going for excessive, Lauren Conrad seems to have got it down to an art. Turns out, at her wedding to William Tell (seriously) earlier this month, her bridal party consisted of – get this – TEN bridesmaids. Yes, 10. T-E-N. I don’t know about you, but I can barely think of ten people I’d want at my wedding, let alone ten people I’d want to have to coordinate outfits with and arrange along the altar. But hey, to each her own.

Lauren revealed what led to her decision in a new blog post, as you do:

After William and I got engaged and the wedding planning began, I had a very important decision to make; I needed to choose who would stand up with me while I said, “I do”. For me, choosing my bridesmaids (and then asking them to be in my wedding party) was one of the most fun parts of the planning process. I’m so lucky to have a group of besties that I love dearly, and I wanted each and every one of them up there with me on my big day.

When it came time to choose my ‘maids, my motto was the more the merrier. I didn’t mind the idea of having a large bridal party… to a point (you don’t want more people standing up than in seats!). It really is a personal preference, and I knew that having a bigger bridal party with all of my best friends was the way to go. So, I chose my sister and a bunch of my besties to do me the honor of being my bridesmaids, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision.

If you do have a larger bridal party like I do (I have 10 bridesmaids!), there are some logistical things that you’ll have to take into consideration. Is there enough room for all of your ‘maids to stand up with you? If the answer is no, you don’t necessarily need to cut down your list of bridesmaids, in my opinion. You can simply have them sit in the front row! One lesson I’ve learned about planning a wedding is that the bride and groom should do things however they want. Some rules are meant to be broken, right?

I mean, hey, sure why not. If you’ve got several close friends and endless amounts of money to work with, throwing them all up at the altar with you seems like a lot more pleasant than having to deal with butthurt feelings from those you didn’t pick. I can dig that.

That being said, I also really dig the colour palette she chose for the wedding. I know those soft pinks and taupes are pretty common, but they’re rather lovely, I think.

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Lauren Conrad Has A Very Nice Engagement Ring

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Lauren Conrad is engaged to some dude named William Tell — seriously — and she’s got a very nice ring to show for it. It’s actually pretty damn close to what I would want my dream engagement ring to look like. Not like it matters at all. She posted the photo (above) on her website.

Zimbio reports that William Tell was a musician in the band Something Corporate and is now a full time USC law student.

So there you go, that’s what “LC” is up to. Last time we wrote about her was in 2011.

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Love It Or Leave It: Lauren Conrad Goes Dark for Lucky

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It’s official, ladies and gentlemen: Lauren Conrad has made it to the big time. Why, you ask? Because I do reckon that this is the first time that I’ve personally written about her on Evil Beet. Does that mean I have a sense of over-inflated importance? Probably. But a lot of other people do, too, so I’m just going to run with that for today. It’s Friday, after all. And we’re talking about LAUREN CONRAD, anyway.

Anyway, the annoying girl that did whatever on that annoying show, The Hills, is in a magazine. The magazine is Lucky, and she did some photo shoot where her traditionally-blonde hair was dyed dark at the roots, and extending downward quite a bit.

I’m not of fan of Lauren’s (or any of the other girls on that show), and I don’t really care what she’s doing these days with fashion, or who she’s dating, or really whatever, but I actually like her much better as a topped-off brunette. It makes her … semi-memorable. What do you guys think? And do you, generally, even give a crap about Lauren Conrad?

The Hills Finale Party: One Billion Photos!

We’re a day late on these, and I apologize, but I swear I couldn’t find them on the photo services until tonight.

All our favorite Hills castmembers were there: Audrina! Stephanie! Lo! Brody! Holly! Kristen! COCAINE! (not pictured)

And LAUREN CONRAD, who looks fucking fantastic and happy and wonderful and OMG I love you so much Lauren Conrad. There was NEVER a show after you left! And you are BY FAR the most beautiful of all these people and it doesn’t look like you’ve had a stitch of work done. I’m so happy for you that you ditched this train before it wrecked.

Conspicuously absent: Heidi and Spencer. Because they’re fucking insane and weren’t invited. Seriously, though, I was talking with a girlfriend yesterday about how freakin’ tragic it is for Heidi that this show ever happened to her. Like, she was this perfectly nice, cute girl from Colorado with a lovely future ahead of her who is now pretty much the textbook definition of what it looks like when someone gets sucked into Hollywood. Her face and body are mutilated. Her family hates her. Her marriage was a sham and her “husband” is a candidate for a lobotomy. I hate to say it, but I feel awful for her. I don’t know how you even begin to pick up the pieces after your life has become so shattered.

Lastly: I hate Kristin Cavallari as much as the next person, but I would give up a finger or two for her legs. This bitch gives Jen Aniston a run for her money.

Joke’s On You, Haters of The Hills!

For four years we’ve watched The Hills grow from a Laguna Beach spin-off to one of the highest rated shows on cable to a nearly unwatchable faux-reality snoozefest and last night it all came to an end. And it honestly was one of the best finale’s I’ve seen in a minute.

After wrapping up all of the story lines and addressing that pretty much everyone in the cast is ready to move on to a life without The Hills crew following them, the series ended with the above montage. Natasha Bedingfield sings a slow jammy version of the show’s theme over the cast members doing “moving on” type things, like hugging their boyfriends and looking happy and secure. We’re prepared to let them go knowing that they’re all about to go off and live life. Then they cut to the last thing we’ll ever see: Brody Jenner standing in front of the Hollywood sign, watching his ex-girlfriend Kristin leave for the airport. And then the background starts moving and a studio backlot is revealed. Kristin hops out of the car and she and Brody high-five as the camera lifts off of them and into one of those aerial shots that made up like, a third of the show.  Yo, they were in on their own bit.

The Hills started the week I moved to Los Angeles, and last week I celebrated my four year anniversary in this town. This show, lame as it is to say, has been a part of my life and experience here. I cried when Lauren and Heidi stopped being friends, guys. It was like that. So it meant a lot to me that the show ended this thoughtfully. I don’t think that when cameras first started rolling on the project that they ever knew it would take them to where it did, but that’s kind of the way things work here.

Yes Of Course Lauren Conrad Loves Jersey Shore

You know, in all this hype about Jersey Shore, I’ve completely forgotten about The Hills. So has the rest of the country, it turns out, as the Kristin Cavallari-helmed former reality juggernaut continues to slide in the ratings. Jersey Shore beat The Hills in the ratings last week, and no one could be happier about that than Lauren Conrad, who jumped off the sinking ship last season, leaving her nemeses there to drown. I’m telling you — that’s a bright girl there, that Lauren Conrad.

Lauren Conrad’s favorite MTV reality show isn’t The Hills — it’s Jersey Shore! “I love it!” Conrad told at the Kari Feinstein Golden Globes Style Lounge at Zune L.A. Saturday.

“We had a double episode last night and it was the highlight of my week. It was awesome,” Conrad, 23, enthused of MTV’s latest hit, which is gaining in the the ratings as The Hills continues to slide. “I actually haven’t seen it since I left [in spring 2009],” Conrad told Us of The Hills.

Of Jersey Shore’s colorful cast, Conrad singles out Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. “I have a love-hate [relationship] with The Situation,” she admitted. “I’m like, ‘you are not that cool but then I am like, ‘Uuugh you are so entertaining!’ I really like JWoww just because she can throw a punch.”

Oooh, JWoww is my favorite, too! And then Snooki next. I really think the three of us would be fantastic friends. And then we could hang out with Lauren Conrad and it would be a foursome. OH THAT IS SUCH A GOOD PLAN.



“I think my acting is offensive!  I’m an awful actor, I’m not super comfortable with it. In fact I was just trying to do lines … and they’ll tell you, I cannot memorize lines.”

Lauren Conrad finally admits that she’s a talentless slob in front of the camera, at last night’s LC Lauren Conrad Kohl’s launch party.  She also confirmed that she will not be playing the starring role in the movie based on her book L.A. Candy.