Heidi Pratt (aka Heidi Montag) joins #NoFilter with Zack Peter to chat about life after The Hills! With a special appearance from her husband Spencer Pratt and son, Gunner, Heidi discusses: – What really held up The Hills reunion – Lauren Conrad behind-the-scenes & MTV drama – Returning to TV with her family – Her relationships with Audrina Patridge, Jason Wahler, and Brody Jenner – Her new jewelry line, Stone Love – A potential collab with Kristin Cavallari – The new rules for becoming famous – & If she really wears diamonds to breakfast Keep up with Heidi at @heidipratt on Instagram, @heidimontag on Twitter and shop Stone Love at stonelove.com Note: This interview was taped prior to MTV's official announcement of The Hills: New Beginnings Like the show? Subscribe at: http://apple.co/1IvZ0ZW and listen every Wednesday. Don’t forget to leave us a nice review, because you love us! Couldn’t get enough of us? Follow Zack @justplainzack on Twitter and Instagram & justplainzack.com Watch Zack on AfterBuzz TV at afterbuzztv.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/justplainzack. Keep up with Zack on POPSUGAR: http://bit.ly/2zAKdxO.
Our first ever live podcast taping at the Satellite in Los Angeles. Sold out crowd, very piping hot mood in the venue. We performed for almost 2 hours and we're giving you the whole thing basically uncut. Featuring special guests Spencer Pratt, Jamel Johnson and Brody Stevens.
Sound Engineer: Erik Webb
Sound Mixing: Clifton Parks (@clay_png)
This week Kaitlyn takes time to address the rumors about her and Shawn breaking up. Then fellow Podcast One alum Spencer Pratt joins in to share his experience with paparazzi and tabloid journalism, and even backseat parents on the internet.
The guys sit down for an awesome interview with the Hills star Spencer Pratt! They talk about JiuJitsu, Crystals, Espresso, Taylor Swifts security team, and more!
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It’s 11 a.m. and sunny in Pacific Palisades, California, so Spencer Pratt is on his deck feeding hummingbirds. One is hovering inches away, flashing its magenta neck feathers and poking a long black beak into the plastic container of nectar Pratt made on his stovetop earlier. It’s peaceful and silent except for the soft beating of wings, the sound of wind blowing through the trees below.