Lauren Conrad may be done with The Hills, but she's still holding on to some grudges against her co-stars. The 23-year-old celebrity recently slammed Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, talking about her former BFF's Playboy stint and the rumors surrounding her.
According to MTV, the New York Times best-selling author discussed her feelings towards the other Hills actors on an interview with Harper's Bazaar. Conrad is definitely not intending to follow the footsteps of Heidi, and with good reason.
"Everyone makes those choices and wants to do different things. I just don't have any interest in showing my body in something like that," Lauren explained. "That's a little personal."
When she heard about her co-star's decision for Playboy, she cringed and seemed to point out the rumor regarding Heidi's breast surgery. "They're not going to pay for themselves," Conrad joked.
She even went on to say how Speidi will never be Brangelina, no matter how hard they tried. "They're completely different. The next time Angelina and Brad go shopping in the market and Angelina holds up two melons and smiles for a photograph, then they will be similar."
As for Lauren Conrad, she won't use her popularity to pull in any perks as Spencer and Heidi would. "I don't call magazines and let them know about things so they can write stories," she explained. "There was never an incentive to keep doing The Hills so I could get into Les Deux. That was never the point."
Despite her past on reality television, Lauren Conrad assures her fans that she'll move on to better things instead of rely on her fame. "I'm comfortable in front of the camera, but I can't act," she said. "I definitely aspire to be someone like Tyra Banks, who's created an empire for herself."
Still, one thing that's certain about her future is a response from Spencer and Heidi themselves. Then again, it looks like Lauren doesn't really care all that much. "If an actor leaves a show, they go on to play a new part and a new character. I'm not moving on from a character. I'm not going to play a new part. I'll be me before and me after."