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Its premise was conceived by Adam Di Vello, while Liz Gateley and Sean Travis served as executive producers.The series originally focused on Lauren Conrad, who appeared in its predecessor, as she pursued a career in the fashion industry."And the producers locked my car in the gate and took my keys.I called my lawyers and [told them] they won't let me leave and they want me to do this fake fight and it's just going to make me look bad and I'm with someone else and I'm not obsessed with Justin and it's making me look like this crazy person, like I can't get over him, [but] I am." WATCH: Facts of Life As Told by Lauren Conrad "They wouldn't let me leave until we got in a fight over Justin and made it a big deal," she continues.The backdrop pulled away, revealing that the final scene actually took place on a studio backlot.
[we] always talked about, how are we going to end it? “That’s where the editors also were our storytellers,” she says.turns 10 years old on May 31, and in honor of the anniversary, we’re looking back with the stars and minds behind the iconic show. but that’s not really an intimate view of what goes on in their lives every day.Liz Gateley executive produced all six seasons of the MTV hit, and created the series that birthed it, “That was a big decision for us not to include any of when she becomes sort of ‘famous,’” Gateley recalls. That’s not real life.” Conrad’s co-star, Whitney Port, tells ET it definitely was a challenge to keep that part of life off TV. “I really didn’t want to make the show anymore,” Gateley confesses.Bosworth and Stephanie Pratt joined Cavallari and Patridge as primary cast members in the sixth and final season, while Montag and her husband Pratt were removed from the series after displaying erratic behavior.Conrad briefly returned to the series during an alternate ending for its finale.