Lauren Conrad Doesn't Want to Launch Clothing Line With Reality Show

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Lauren Conrad Doesn\'t Want to Launch Clothing Line With Reality Show
Lauren Conrad is over reality television!

The one-time Hills star is set to launch her new clothing line Paper Crown this fall, but MTV passed on her reality spin-off show that followed the making of Paper Crown.

However, with MTV’s lineup of shows including such cinematic feats like, “Jersey Shore” and “16 and Pregnant,” Conrad’s show was said to be “too high brow” for the network.

Now, if one of the underage Paper Crown interns got knocked up, or if Conrad got in a girl fight with a showroom owner, then MTV would probably have picked up the show.

The pilot for Conrad’s potential reality show was inspired by the documentary, “The September Issue.” If you haven’t seen, “The September Issue,” it’s super boring, like so many shots of clothing racks and people carrying Starbucks and saying things like “Do we have any pony hair shoes for this model to wear?” So yah, not exactly for the MTV audiences.

Conrad thinks her clothing line is better off without a reality show. “It’s easier to launch the line without MTV,” she tells Lucky magazine, “A lot of people in fashion don’t want to be linked with anything that has to do with reality TV. Showrooms were turning us down.”

MTV made Conrad famous, she shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss reality TV. She explains, “It’s difficult to compete with all the Jersey Shore-type shows. Besides, there weren’t any scenes of me getting drunk or fighting, so that’s the point?”
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