When the announcement of the reboot dropped during the VMAs last year, the Pratts posed on the carpet with Audrina Patridge, Frankie Delgado, Justin Bobby, and Jason Wahler and wife, Ashley.
Although Whitney Port didn't make it to the event, she confirmed her return to the show on Instagram the next day.
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But, unlike The Hills, there is no Lauren Conrad, or bestie Lo Bosworth to grace the screen. She stepped in as the female lead when Lauren left the series.
According to an article by, those that are returning include Whitney Port, Stephanie Pratt, Frankie Delgado, Brody Jenner, Spencer Pratt, and wife Heidi Montag.
However, Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari will not be returning.
On Tuesday, despite the need for reshoots, MTV announced June 24th as a premiere date and released a trailer.Kristin, on the other hand, has her very own show, 'Very Cavallari', on E! News has it that Brody Jenner signed to return weeks after everyone else made the official announcement.His wife Kaitlynn Carter, may feature time to time. C' actress, will also feature in 'The Hills' reboot according to a Page Six source.The last scene of 'The Hills', wrapping up with six seasons in 2010, showed Kristin Cavallari and Brody Jenner saying goodbye in front of the Hollywood sign before the camera panned out to reveal they were actually filming in a studio lot.The series creator, Adam Di Vello, explained the ending, "We had come up with a bunch of ideas, and then I had this idea to focus it on the Hollywood sign and really just kind of incorporate Hollywood into the ending of it.