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Movies + Interviews = Mega Lauren Conrad Post Part 2

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Lauren Conrad can add movie star to her resume now. Well, not quite, but she has made a cameo in the new chick flick, L!fe Happens. Lauren wrote about her excitement for the impending release of the movie on her website, she gushed, “The film stars a few of my favorite leading ladies including Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth, and Rachel Bilson. Let’s just say this is the perfect movie to go see with your girlfriends…”

Hmm, Julia Roberts isn’t quaking in her boots just yet!

Meanwhile, Lauren sat down with USA TODAY’s Craig Wilson to discuss what it means to be famous to Lauren to coincide with the release of The Fame Game. Here are some highlights from the interview:

Q: Your newest book, out Tuesday from HarperCollins, is called “The Fame Game.” What is it about fame that attracts so many people? It’s like a drug.

A: I think it’s just simply to be adored. The first thing you think of is people blindly loving you, and all the perks that come along with that.

Q: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the hottest, where do you put yourself on the fame meter?

A: I’d be down at the bottom right now. I haven’t been on TV for a long time.

Q: Did you ever wish you weren’t even on the meter sometimes?

A: I think that I had a love/hate relationship with it. I felt like I should appreciate it, and it’s lovely at certain times. And if you’re able to inspire another person, that’s the great side of it. And I was able to travel. That I loved.

Q: But it’s not all fun and games being in the spotlight. What’s the hardest thing about fame, do you think?

A: I think the level of criticism you’re under is never healthy. I think that’s why lots of people in Hollywood end up in rehab. There are the ups and downs. I was never a fan of the attention.

Q: Do you have a funny story about being “spotted” somewhere?

A: There were a lot of those. Most of the time it’s great. They ask for a photo with you. It’s a little overwhelming if it’s a young girl, though. They can overreact. Cry.

You can read the full interview with Lauren, here.
Lauren isn’t skimping on her beauty routine as she was spotted leaving the Kate Somerville Spa in West Hollywood, California on Tuesday, March 27.

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