A lot can happen in 10 years. That sounds like an indisputable fact, right? Well, I guess somehow Spencer Pratt defies the laws of the universe. In the decade since The Hills first aired, the MTV star proves he hasn't changed a bit. In a series of Snapchat videos compiled by Us Weekly, Pratt reflects on what The Hills cast was thinking way back when. His comments are pretty petty, to say the least. Part of me wonders if he's just trying to live up to his former role as the show's go-to villain. Sure, it's amusing, but it's also not the most mature move.
First, Pratt begins with Lauren Conrad. Everyone knows LC isn't his favorite person, so he unsurprisingly mocks the fact that producers continued the show without her and moved onto Kristin Cavallari, because she "had a little hissy fit." Then he even took a dig at Whitney Port and how she was focused on her own spin-off, rather than actually caring about her friendship with Conrad. As for Audrina Patridge, he jokes about her acting dreams not working out.
Before you get too mad at Pratt, he does include himself in the mix. Zooming in on a ridiculous facial expression, he says, "You know what look that is? I’m just trying to get a ratings bonus here. Why doesn’t anyone see that?" Maybe he's also hinting at the fact that this hate-read of Us Weekly's issue is for attention as well. I'm onto you, Spence.
Notably absent from the video is any commentary about his wife Heidi Montag. At least he didn't drag her into it. But just in case you need a refresher, here's a round-up of some of Pratt's most villainous Hills moments to show he really hasn't changed much over the years.
I guess history repeats itself. The Us Weekly video above isn't the first time he mimicked LC.
Skip to the 0:49 mark. He tells his sister, "I'm sorry that you're making yourself cry." Sweet, huh?
Giving Heidi An Ultimatum
What kind of guy kicks his girlfriend out of the car?
Making Stephanie His "Un-Sister"
From the phone hand motion to the words that come out of his mouth, I only have one word: Yikes!
I'd like to think that the bad guy persona is all part of trying to get a "ratings bonus." Otherwise, I'm just as disappointed as I was during his time on the show.