On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, Bosworth took time last week, before hopping a flight back from California – from being a bridesmaid in Conrad's wedding, no less – to chat with us about Bosworth's first big moment on the show came in episode four, "18 Candles," featuring a tense confrontation with fellow cast members Christina and Morgan at a salon.As depicted on the show, Bosworth, annoyed that she and Conrad weren't invited to Christina's birthday, grilled the two relentlessly about their upcoming New York City trip and Christina's Broadway audition.
(She named some styles after her pals — obviously, there's a Lo for Lauren Bosworth, an Audrina for Audrina Patridge, and a Whitney for Whitney Port.) As for any negative reviews her creations have gotten, she says, "It's business. Even if people are rude, at least they're talking about it!
" While she certainly has a few detractors, young women gravitate toward Lauren because they see themselves in her.
She was so beloved that she could make a mock pronunciation of Stephen's name wildly popular at the time, it made sense for the network to take advantage of the trend.
"We didn’t expect anything more than that." Three spinoffs and 13 seasons between all franchise properties later, has become far more than that.
Besides, it might be tough to keep track of those crushes. " Like most young women, Lauren is reluctant to settle down. "I've tried dating guys off the show, but it's hard.