Audrina Patridge arrives at a special screening of "The Raven" at the Los Angeles Theater on April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
In the film, John Cusack plays Edgar Allen Poe who joins forces with a bright, young Baltimore detective to catch a serial killer who has been using the author's writings as inspiration.
Lauren Conrad visited the “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” studios Tuesday to chat about her bottomless Glamour magazine cover, her new book “The Fame Game,” and most importantly would she consider being the next Bachelorette.
On Being The Next Bachelorette:
During a game of Truth Pong, not only did we discover that Lauren is “one of those people that needs makeup!” but we also learned that she would not want to be the next Bachelorette. She answers flatly, ”No! Why would date on TV again? I would love to do something that didn’t affect the people in my life. I like working. I had a really good experience with television, but I don’t want my friends to have to sign a waiver to hang out with me. You know what I mean? I’m fine not doing it right now though.”
On Shawn Pyfrom & Coachella:
Recently, Lauren was photographed at Coachella being carried around by a rather dashing individual. “That’s my friend Shawn [Pyfrom of Desperate Housewives]. Coachella was fun, but I don’t know if I’m hip enough to really enjoy it. I was in bed at nine every night!”
On “Glamour” Magazine Photo Shoot:
Lauren boasts, “There’s a lot of me! I took the photo and it was suppose to be an inside shot and I did not know that was going to be the cover.” Why did she dare to pose without bottoms? “Because it’s Glamour, and I’ve worked with them before. And it’s a women’s magazine so it was fine. I mean, shooting this was crazy, because there was no fence in this yard. It was just open in Malibu and I was wearing pasties. I was freezing! It was so cold this day so I was just like, ‘Let this be done!’ My friend told me I looked like the Coppertone girl all grown-up.”
On “The Fame Game”:
“I took the mean girl from the first series and spun her off which was really fun, because the first series I was writing from my own point of view. However, this girl is just the complete opposite. She loves being famous. That’s all she ever wanted, and she does all the shameless things that people do. It was fun to play that character. I know so many people like that!”