The Hills’ Justin Bobby Disses Lauren Conrad — She’s ‘F–king Twisted’ By Fame – Hollywood Life

‘The Hills’: Justin Bobby Resurfaces & Slams ‘F–king Twisted’ Lauren Conrad

Homeboy wore combat boots to the beach, and he's still fighting fame. Justin Bobby, AKA the man so great he needed two names, revealed in a new interview that while his life hasn't changed much since 'The Hills,' his co-stars definitely have.

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Justin Bobby Brescia, former hairstyle turned The Hills badboy was most known for his relationship with Audrina Patridge, and for well, his name. Lo Bosworth named him “Justin Bobby” and it definitely stuck, but he seemed to really dislike both her and Lauren Conrad. And it sounds like that hasn’t really changed.


“She wasn’t the most down-to-earth,” Justin told Broadly in an interview. “You get a young girl like that, who has been on TV since she was 18, and her whole life’s exposed — how do you get an actual normal person at that point? You don’t get someone who’s down-to-earth and someone who’s loving and caring. You get someone who’s f-cking twisted.” Well, she probably isn’t a huge fan of his either. Remember this?lauren-conrad-26

As for the other “villains” of the show, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, well Justin didn’t have any problem with them whatsoever.

“I really liked them a lot. I liked that their love stayed true — I mean they had so much [ridicule] for doing what they’re doing, and they’re still together, and they’re still saying, ‘F-ck you.’ That to me is like, ‘You guys won all the way around,'” he said.

‘The Hills: That Was Then, This Is Now’

The show overtime became too much of a tole on Justin, who actually headed to Nicaragua for two and a half years after he “bailed.” However, he did admit that now, ten years, later he’ll “drive around and memories will pop up.”

Well, we’ll always have a special place in our heart for Justin Bobby. As for his tough times, I have one word of advice: Truth and time will tell all.