Although Lauren Conrad had a heart-to-heart with Brody Jenner and admitted romantic feelings for him before leaving for Paris on The Hills season 3 finale, the 21-year-old reality star may have found a new love interest in France?
According to the New York Post, Lauren Conrad reportedly "hooked up" with a member from the popular band Rock & Roll while she was in Paris, where she and Teen Vogue counterpart Whitney Port were working at the Crillon Ball.
Eight bonus episodes of The Hills will chronicle this next spring.
"Lauren was filmed riding off with the guitar player, Matthias, on the back of his bike," a source told the Post. "They hooked up."
For those who are unfamiliar with the new rock band, their biggest hit so far is the song "Loser, Boozer, Jacuzzi-User."
Did The Hills' Lauren Conrad find love in Paris?
Of course, as you might expect, nothing is quite what it seems in The Hills - the New York Post reports that producers had actually arranged for both LC and Whitney to be set up with the band even before the two girls flew to Paris.
"[The producers] were frantically calling publicists to see if anyone knew any guys to set the girls up with in Paris," the Post reports. "They felt that if they had some sort of love affair there, then it would look better."
While The Hills producers have previously admitted to re-filming certain scenes, a show rep declined to comment on the Paris trip.
Speculations that The Hills is scripted have surrounded the show, and creator Adam Divello admitted that some scenarios a "a little fake." However, Divello clarified that "all the relationships and dramas are the characters' own making."
The Hills cast members have also come to the show's defense. Before the finale, Whitney Port told the New York Daily News that "it's completely real."
"All the drama and mishaps that happen between everybody is what's going on in their lives today," Whitney Port said. "At certain points, maybe our mics get messed up or, you know, we don't have confessionals, so at certain points we might say something, but the story and everything is completely true to life."