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Getting The "Lo" Down On "The Hills"

By The Showbuzz's Melissa Castellanos

Lauren "Lo" Bosworth says that the 3rd season of her reality show, "The Hills" is going to be all about relationships -- this time in a good way.

"I think that you're going to see a lot of interesting friendships, more in the friendship way more than a boyfriend-girlfriend way. You're going to see some of that kind of evolving," Bosworth told The Showbuzz..

"You're going to see Lauren (Conrad) and I make the decision to move in together with Audrina (Partridge). Stephanie Pratt, Spencer's sister, is definitely going to be on a few of episodes (Pratt is taking a class at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising with Lauren Conrad)."

The show is a spin-off of the popular reality series "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County," which featured Lo and her friends as wealthy teenagers growing up in Orange Country, Calif.

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According to Bosworth, the transition from one show to the next hasn't been that difficult.

"It's an interesting transition. It really hasn't changed that much, we're still doing a reality TV show," Bosworth said. "I just think the issues have changed as you mature. Sometimes friendships end, sometimes friendships are called into question and sometimes friendships begin. I think that it's such an interesting look at the lives of teenagers into young adulthood."

Bosworth has a thicker skin after dealing with confrontations she faced on the show, which are often highlighted.

"I have become a much better judge of character. ... I have learned how to deal with situations with respectful and honest ways," Bosworth said.

"The reality of it is, this is a job for us and so we are conscious when the cameras are there and of course you are conscious of yourself on camera. Everyone wants to make a TV show that is popular and that people are going to watch."

Bosworth is a UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) senior set to graduate in June with an art history degree. In addition to continuing to star on "The Hills," Bosworth hopes to do some hosting possibly doing a fashion segment for a fashion network.

"The Hills" cast does keep things interesting by club hopping, attending after-parties and wining and dining around Hollywood.

"It's so much fun," Bosworth said. "We are kind of part of the scene in Hollywood."

With the scene, comes attention from the paparazzi and celebrity blogs. Her co-star Audrina Partridge found that out the hard way when nude photos of her surfaced on the Web.

Bosworth declined to comment on the matter, but did fess up about her favorite gossip blogs.

"I really love, that's my favorite blog of all time" Bosworth said. "MichaeL K (the blogger of is great. He just has a fantastic point of view. He has the best sense of humor."

New episodes of "The Hills" will begin on March 24 on MTV.

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