Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt
Arguably one of the most-hated couples in reality television, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt (a.k.a. Speidi) extended their reality television careers, side-by-side, with appearances in “Celebrity Big Brother U.K.”, “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here”, and “Marriage Boot Camp”.
After hitting a rough patch in their marriage, the headline-making couple renewed their vows in 2016, and most recently announced that they’re expecting their first child.
After leaving the show during its fifth season, Lauren Conrad parlayed reality fame into her very own lifestyle empire and never looked back. The California girl published her first of many books in 2009 (“L.A. Candy”), went on to launch several fashion lines and established two websites LaurenConrad.com and TheBeautyDepartment.com.
In 2014, the Martha Stewart-in-the-making tied the knot with her longtime beau William Tell, with whom she’s expecting her very first child!
Former bad girl Kristin Cavallari has gone good! After landing a string of reality and acting gigs, including roles on “Veronica Mars”, “CSI: NY”, “The Middle” and “Dancing with the Stars”, the star managed to release a book, “Balancing in Heels: My Journey To Health, Happiness, and Making It All Work”, and launch her very own shoe collection.
In her not-so-private life, Lauren Conrad’s former arch-nemesis is now a mother-of-three and is married to NFL player Jay Cutler.
As the son of Caitlyn Jenner, it was easy for Brody Jenner to prolong his reality career with regular appearances on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”.
Jenner also hosted the failed talk show “Sex with Brody” and appeared in one episode of his father’s “I Am Cait”.
The former playboy is now engaged to lifestyle blogger Kaitlynn Carter.
After bidding farewell to “The Hills” in 2010, Audrina Patridge prolonged her reality TV career by joining “Dancing With The Stars”'s 11th season, where she came in seventh place alongside partner Tony Dovolani.
She next starred in her own reality show “Audrina”, hosted NBC’s travel show “1st Look” and founded her swimwear line Prey Swim.
These days, she’s keeping us (and her 1.5 million Instagram followers) entertained with aww-worthy snaps of her daughter Kirra Max, whom she welcomed with husband Corey Bohan in June of 2016.
After a short stint as Lauren Conrad’s co-intern at Teen Vogue, Whitney Port landed a reality show of her own when she made the big move to NYC. “The City” documented the ups and downs of both her love and career life before bowing in July of 2010.
Most recently, Port has served as a judge or host on shows such as “Genuine Ken: The Search for the Next American Boyfriend”, and the British and Irish versions of “Next Top Model”.
In 2015, Port married her “The City” associate producer Tim Rosenman in a sunset wedding in Palm Springs, California.
Since leaving the show in season two, Lauren’s former boyfriend Jason Wahler has found himself in trouble with the law on numerous occasions due to matters relating to his alcohol addiction. Wahler also made headlines with multiple rehab visits and continued his reality career with an appearance on “Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew”.
Earlier this year, Wahler and his wife of three years, Ashley Slack, announced they were expecting their first child. “We are so overjoyed and excited for this baby!” the couple said. “We absolutely love kids and are so happy to finally be starting a family of our own.”
Following in the lifestyle footsteps of best friend Lauren Conrad, the show’s pragmatist Lo Bosworth has gone on to release a book, start her personal website (TheLoDown.com) and launch a YouTube channel where she dishes out advice about cooking, beauty and fitness.
After getting fired from her job at People’s Revolution (by Lauren) and quitting the show, Stephanie Pratt hopped across the pond to continue her reality television career in the BAFTA-winning “Made In Chelsea”.
Pratt has also gone on to release the tell-all book “Made in Reality”, launch a website about nutrition, and most recently founded the jewellery line Meme London.
Justin “Bobby” Bescia
The show’s resident bad boy, Justin Bobby, keeps himself out of trouble these days by focusing on his alternative punk rock band BobbyrocK and working away on his hairstyling empire.
Audrina and Kristin’s former boyfriend has now released his very own line of hairstyling tools and products, and has opened a chain of salons called "Brush Your Hair" with locations in Manhattan Beach, California; a second in Nicaragua; and a third in New York City.
“My passion is cutting,” he told US Weekly. “I love to cut one-on-one, no big salon atmosphere. I’m all about kitchen cuts, but structurally done.”
“Super intern” Emily Weiss put Lauren Conrad to shame with her three-episode appearance on "The Hills" and she continues to do the same years later. After appearing on the show in 2007, Weiss went on to nab gigs at W and Vogue magazine. She then leveraged her experience in publishing into the incredibly successful beauty blog “Into The Gloss”, which then led her to found every cool girl’s favourite beauty brand Glossier, where she also serves as CEO.
After capturing the hearts of fashion lovers with her one-liners and cut-throat attitude, People’s Revolution founder Kelly Cutrone, landed a reality show of her own (“Kell On Earth”), published two books (including New York Times Bestseller “If You Have To Cry, Go Outside”), served as a judge on “America’s Next Top Model”, starred as herself in the Terrence Malick film “Knight of Cups”, and hosted a short-lived talk show on CW Seed.
These days she’s working on her third book and working with Lionsgate on a fashion related project.