What The Cast Of 'The Hills' Are Up To Now

Ashley Hunte
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The Hills may not be the only reality show of its kind, but it still feels distinctly one of a kind. I guess that's what happens when you have a group of strong personalities vying for airtime. Plus, there's something distinctly 2000s about it.

Now, over a decade after the show ended, you might find yourself wondering the age-old question: Where are they now? Well, buckle up, because you're about to find out.

Lauren Conrad.

Conrad is, like, basically the reason The Hills exists. After all, she was the main focus for most of the series. Her relationships with the rest of the cast were mostly what people tuned in for week after week. And her falling out with Heidi Montag was an especially drama-filled experience.

She's opened up about not being super close with anyone from The Hills.

Conrad wasn't eager to rejoin The Hills when it got rebooted in 2019, also commenting that she and Montag haven't spoken to one another in years.

Today, she shares two kids with her husband, William Tell of Something Corporate.

She's also launched a few fashion and beauty brands, including Paper Crown. She's made a few TV appearances over the years, and launched a podcast back in 2019.

Heidi Montag.

Conrad and Montag had a huge, very public feud that revolved around Montag's now-husband, Spencer Pratt, who Conrad didn't like very much. It pretty much caused an irreparable rift between the then-friends and roommates.

But Montag's personality on the show was big.

During the fourth season of The Hills, Montag and Pratt got married. They're still married to this day, and are even expecting their second child.

Montag also dabbles in music, and she and her husband still make appearances on reality TV.

Spencer Pratt.

Spencer Pratt may have been an unlikeable presence on The Hills, but he also made for good TV...

Still married to Heidi Montag, the two share a child, and have another one on the way. Pratt, meanwhile, has appeared on other reality shows, like Celebrity Big Brother a couple of times.

Whitney Port.

Unlike other members of the cast, Port didn't quite attract that much drama during her time on The Hills. She was still very popular, though, and even got a spinoff called The City, which began airing in 2008. It only lasted two seasons, however.

She ended up marrying a producer on the show.

Now, she and husband Tim Rosenman share a son. She's made cameo appearances on shows in the years since The Hills/The City. Just last year, she launched a clothing line called COZeCO.

Audrina Patridge.

Patridge was pretty well-known during the show for her lack of facial expression. She had volatile relationships with Montag, and her on-again, off-again boyfriend of the time, Justin Brescia, whom she nicknamed "Justin Bobby."

She's done some TV and movies since The Hills.

Patridge's most notable appearance was on Dancing With the Stars in 2010, where she placed 7th. She was briefly married to Corey Brohan, and the two had a child before divorcing in 2018.

Brody Jenner.

Half-brother of Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Brody Jenner spent most of his time on The Hills stirring up trouble, by being the cast's most flirtatious member. He even had relationships with Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari at separate points, both of which were faked for the sake of the show.

Jenner is no stranger to reality TV.

Seeing as he's related to the Kardashian-Jenners, he's appeared on Keeping Up With the Kardashians numerous times during that show's run. He was with Kaitlynn Carter for five years, though the pair never married.

Kristin Cavallari

Cavallari was a late addition to the show, replacing Conrad after her season 5 departure. But that doesn't mean she wasn't entertaining or anything. In fact, her volatility added a certain... something to the plot, that's for sure.

She's appeared on the big and small screens a few times.

She even had her own short-lived reality show called Very Cavallari, which only lasted three seasons.

She was married to football player Jay Cutler, though the two split in 2020. They share three kids.

Lo Bosworth.

For Bosworth, The Hills wasn't her first reality rodeo. Like Conrad, she appeared on Laguna Beach, where the two became friends — which is why her showing up from time to time on The Hills made a lot of sense.

Nowadays, she's not as prominent of a TV figure.

Bosworth does, however have a woman's wellness and lifestyle brand, called The Lo Down. It first launched in 2013, and she's since launched a second brand, Love Wellness. It seems to be going great for her.

Stephanie Pratt.

Younger sister of Spencer Pratt (and sister-in-law of Heidi Montag), Stephanie Pratt did not get along with her sibling on TV. She was also battling substance abuse at the time, which was unfortunately touched upon during the show.

She's since published a memoir.

In 2016, Pratt published a memoir called Made In Reality: From the Hills of LA to London's Made in Chelsea. In it, she touches on her substance abuse.

She and her brother don't keep in touch these days, either.

Justin Brescia.

Justin Bobby himself, he was a staple in Patridge's storyline, as the two had a pretty rocky relationship throughout the show. He wasn't quite as easy to hate as co-star Spencer Pratt, though.

Today, he still goes by the Justin Bobby moniker.

His relationship with Patridge didn't last too long beyond the show, and these days, Brescia is mostly doing his own thing. In 2012, he launched a line of vegan hair styling products called BRUSH by Justin Bobby Brescia.