Drama, drama, drama. The Hills TRUE DRAMA QUEEN plans on making a scene at Tuesday night’s finale. In a tweet on Monday, Spencer Pratt revealed he was homeless. Don’t feel too sorry for him, since he’ll be staying at The Roosevelt Hotel.
“Booking my room at Roosevelt Hotel Hollywood now that I have no place to live I think I should just move in there today stay near the action, “
Stay near the action indeed. Conveniently enough for Pratt, MTV is hosting a party and broadcasting live from the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to celebrate the finale of The Hills. The fired Hills star plans on using the backdrop for his own agenda. He’s hosting his own finale party at the same hotel and plans on confronting his former castmates.
WOW. I just hope cameras are there to document all the craziness. Having said that, hopefully MTV hires some major security to prevent a Princess Pratt outburst since neither him nor his supposed estranged wife Heidi were invited by the network.
In other related Hills finale news, the series held a wrap party on Saturday night at the Thompson Hotel in Beverly Hills. Audrina Patridge, her Aussie biker beau Corey Bohan, Brody Jenner, Avril Lavigne, Kristin Cavallari and even Whitney Port showed up to bid adieu to the show that launched all their careers. They watched behind-the-scenes footage from the past six seasons while munching on sushi and tasty sliders.
Later in the evening, the cool kids headed over to LA hotspot MyStudio. This time, Lauren Conrad showed up to join her former reality TV friends. According to a few tweets, Audrina delivered a speech that brought all the ladies to tears. Here’s what LC and Steph tweeted:
“Just left The Hills wrap party… Audrina’s speech… The highlight of my evening ,” – Lauren Conrad
”Nice timing-after I just cried my eyes out! God we had the best film crew. Bittersweet wrap party ;(.” – Stephanie Pratt
Hopefully a video or transcript of Audrina’s speech surfaces. I would love to read what ceiling eyes had to say. Be sure to catch the finale tonight on MTV. Even though the past few seasons have been sub-par, I will miss the show. It truly is the end of an era.