Spencer Pratt isn’t just spilling the tea when it comes to the revival of the show that made him famous.
He’s taking his cup, extending his penny and frickin dumping said tea all over each and every one of his MTV co-stars.
Oh, and he’s also trashing MTV itself as well.
The 35-year-old reality star appeared on the LadyGang podcast on Tuesday – hosted by Keltie Knight, Becca Tobin and Jac Vanek — and laid into basically everyone associated with The Hills: New Beginnings.
In the revealing interview, Pratt alleges that the network isn’t depicting the real drama of the cast — which includes his wife, Heidi, his sister, Stephanie, as well as Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, Justin Bobby, Whitney Port, Mischa Barton and Brandon Lee — because they want to make the cast likable.
“I’ll be honest and I’m going to get in trouble for this but … they’re toning it down because they want people to be likable, which I don’t want to watch anything likable,” Spencer said with a laugh, adding:
“I personally think the network is protecting a lot of the cast.”
With this new Hills version struggling to earn ratings or any consistent attention, Pratt has been trying as hard as possible to stir up some controversy.
It’s what he does best, after all.
It’s sort of all he does.
“No spoiler alerts, but I hate all these people, like, I dislike them,” Spencer continued. “I love Brandon [Lee] … but Brandon’s not allowed to talk to me anymore, per Brody.”
The latest installment of this remake featured Pratt having it out with Jenner, with each reality star accusing the other of NOT being the one to keep in touch over the years.
Pratt says there’s far more to this seemingly lame story, though.
“Well I’m LC, I took over for LC,” Spencer now says, referring to former costar Lauren Conrad of course and adding:
“I’m like, ‘You’re not my friend anymore because of your new relationship, wah wah wah.’ There’s a lot more to the story and the angle that is logical for the television show…
“We haven’t been speaking since 2007.
“All the things that I really am saying, why we have a real problem, break the fourth wall.”
As for where this new Hills is headed?
Spencer teases that viewers will soon learn a lot more about Brody and Kaitlynn’s relationship, while adding that he still has disdain for the Kaitlynn.
“Just tune in, because everything will be revealed,” he says, trying just so darn hard to make the show relevant again.
“Spoilers — we’re going to find out more about the relationship. I think it makes everyone more likable because you will understand … why Brody acts that way, why Kaitlynn … everyone knows, there’s a big …”
And he cut himself off there.
This guy is good!
In the end, however, the important thing Pratt wants you to remember is that he’s awesome and everyone else on the program sucks.
“Unless there’s a camera here, don’t call me,” he concluded about where he stands with the cast. “If we’re not filming, you don’t exist to me, go away.”
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