Lauren Conrad is leaving the Hills

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Lauren Conrad has officially confirmed she is leaving the Hills in an interview with Seventeen magazine. The fourth season will continue airing on MTV in March. The fourth season will be her last.

“My biggest thing with the show was that I wanted to walk away from it while it’s still a great thing,” she told Seventeen. “I always want to remember it that way. I gave MTV a deadline and said, ‘This is as long as I can do it and stay sane.’ ”

Wednesday Morning Update

The Bachelor: Chris Harrison says Naomi thought the sea plane she rode in was a helicopter; reveals girls bring their own dresses, but can get their makeup done… I don’t agree with this, but someone has started a petition to make rejected bachelorette Stephanie Hogan the next Bachelorette… Rejected bachelorette Shannon Bair says she is back with her ex-boyfriend.

Jon and Kate Plus 8: Kate fumes over a shower nozzle, viewers fume over the fuming.

Survivor: The Brazilian Highlands season will force castaways to pick tribes completely on first impressions.

Top Chef: Casting begins for the show’s next season.

Random bits: Bromance star Brody Jenner makes out with girlfriend Playboy Playmate Jayde at a Super Bowl Party.

Monday Morning Update

Top Chef: Ousted chef Jeff says Hosea and Leah probably forgot the cameras were around when they kissed. NY Post thinks Stefan will be the winner. Jeff bashes judge Tom Colicchio.

Girls Next Door: Former Hugh Hefner girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson is working on a new reality show.

Real Housewives of New York City: Always-together couple Alex and Simon say their son will be featured more in season two.

The Bachelor: Chris Harrison says he tries to gently guide the bachelor during Rose Ceremony deliberations.

American Idol: Alleged names of the 36 semi-finalists are unveiled. Former Idol contestant Jennifer Hudson sings the national anthem at the Super Bowl.

Jon and Kate Plus 8: Kate gives advice to the California mother of octuplets.

Random bits: CBS to film reality show on desperate singles who are willing to enter into arranged marriages.