There's been some talk of Whitney leaving The Hills, and her recent interview with T's The Moment may have just confirmed it. T's Online Editor Jonathan Paul comes right out and asks Whitney if she's getting "phased out" of the show. Whitney responds that it's just a rumor, saying she's "still going to be continuing filming". BUT, after being asked "what's next" for her at the magazine, she says, "I think Amy [Astley, Teen Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief] thinks [Lauren and I] are maybe getting too old for the magazine." Are Lauren and Whitney getting tossed from the show like a couple of just-turned-23-year-old models? We think it's true, but not because they're "old" (if 22 is too mature to work at Teen Vogue, then everyone but the interns couldn't work there.) Rumors say Teen Vogue might be trying to distance themselves from the show - regular shots of Lauren and friends drinking and hanging around questionable guys may not fit in with the lifestyle Teen Vogue maintains within its pages. So what would The Hills be like without the fashion closet? We have no idea, we just know we probably wouldn't watch it anymore (especially if this rumor happens to be true).
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Teen Vogue's Andrew Bevan Finally Gets the Talk Show He Deserves
Last week Conde Nast expanded its growing digital video network with the launch of Teen Vogue's channel. The show we're most excited about? "Breakfast with Bevan," in which Teen Vogue's gregarious style features director Andrew Bevan interviews celebs and industry stars over breakfast. He fills us in on what to expect from the show, his talk show idols, and his most embarrassing celebrity interview (hint: it was with Kate Moss).