Lauren Conrad first shot to fame on MTV’s hit reality TV show Laguna Beach, which then pretty much morphed into The Hills.
While The Hills got a reboot last year after nearly a decade of being off the air, Lauren Conrad didn’t return to the series.
Now, she’s opening up about why she will never be seen on reality TV again, and I can’t really blame her for her reasoning.
Instagram; Lauren is pictured above with one of her dogs
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight in an exclusive interview, Lauren mentioned that she is absolutely flattered that fans of the reality TV show wish she would come back and considers it “a huge compliment.”
However, that’s just not enough to bring her back.
“I’m not gonna do it, but I appreciate that [fans want it,]” Lauren revealed in her interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“To be honest, my priorities have changed.”
Lauren went on to say that her family is her priority and it’s too much to make a return to reality TV while putting her husband and two sons first.
“My family’s number one and it takes a lot to be on reality television. It takes a lot emotionally.”
Not to mention, Lauren is a pretty successful entrepreneur right now, so if you consider how much effort it is for her to be running that on top of juggling her family life, it absolutely makes sense she isn’t looking to take anything else on.
She also added, “I gave a lot of my life for many years, so I really value my privacy.”
“I like having a moment and knowing that I’m just sharing it with my family and not broadcasting it.”
“So, it’s just really valuable to me.”
It sounds like a pretty valid reason to me for staying off reality TV. Nothing is private anymore if you put your life out there like that.
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