Whitney Port’s The Hills spin-off, The City (which documents her new life in New York City — that title couldn’t possibly be more clever, right?) premieres tonight on MTV, and the celebutante stopped by the EW offices to give us the dirt on going from sideline player to star of her own series. (Hint: she promises she hasn’t left her token I’m totally saying something without saying anything at all facial expressions behind.)
Plus, the statuesque blonde (she really is tall in person) also offered up some juicy details on a few things I was dying to know regarding the “reality” behind The Hills. Besides her “meet cute” with Jay, I also asked Whitney about the
it-was-so-absurd-it-just-had-to-be-faked curling iron incident in Paris during season 3. Remember how Lauren accidentally burned the super pricey Alberta Ferretti gown she was supposed to wear to the Crillon Ball, and then the store magically handed over another one to her, seemingly with no questions asked? Well, according to Whit, the bad deed did not go unpunished [dun dun dun].
So Pop Watchers, go on and click “Play” below to find out the answers to my burning (no pun intended) questions.