Lo Bosworth reveals what would entice her to return to the small screen.
Lo Bosworth has been outspoken about her dislike of reality television.
She didn’t join her former co-stars for the all-grown-up resurrection series “The Hills: New Beginnings,” despite being one of the original teenage cast members on MTV’s “Laguna Beach” and the offshoot series “The Hills.”
Bosworth, 35, is now the inventor of the Love Wellness personal care line, but she despises reality television.
“I’d much rather have a regular, everyday job with reliability, security, and stability,” she said in a new interview with Hollywood Life. “I feel much more at ease in that environment. When I first appeared on television, I was 17 years old and unprepared to deal with the hostility and pressure.”
Despite her six years on TV as a teenage reality star — she starred in the first edition of “The Hills” from 2007 to 2010, and filmed “Laguna Beach” while still in high school — Bosworth confessed that the genre is not for her.
She admitted, “Working in television was not my strong suit.”
Bosworth confirmed that she will not be on ‘The Hills: New Beginnings,’ but she teased what might get her back on the show.
In the latest interview, Bosworth repeated that if “The Hills: New Beginnings” is extended for a third season, she will not make a cameo appearance. Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Whitney Port, and others star in the MTV revival. The former MTV star claimed that her present work as a businesswoman does not align with reality television, but that a new type of show might.
“For the past five years, I’ve been extremely focused on the consumer products sectors,” she told Hollywood Life.
“I own and operate a women’s wellness company….we specialize in entire body care for women, so that’s where my focus is.” It would be in a healing space if you ever saw me on television again.”
Returning to “The Hills” would be a conflict for Bosworth, who previously told Life & Style that she is now working at a company that focuses on “empowering women.”
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