Reality TV layabout Brody Jenner told Details that he was hanging out with Nicole Richie in an attempt to get her to eat. Because it would bring him fame and fortune as the one to help Richie solve her eating issues. Thanks, Bro. Are you a trained counselor? Maybe she was hanging out with you in an attempt to get you to get a job, bitch!
In a dialogue exchange that is part of a profile of Jenner in the March issue of Details, Spencer Pratt, described as Jenner’s “manager- slash- publicist-slash- agent-slash-stylist” says to Jenner, “Here’s what you’re gonna do. You’re gonna start dating Nicole Richie. And you’re gonna get that skinny bitch to eat, all right? You are about to become The Guy Who Got Nicole Richie to Eat. Process that sh–, bro. You’ll be, like, a f—ing hero to America.”
The plan, which was devised last August (just when Jenner and Richie did begin dating), was actually part of Jenner’s scheme to ride Richie’s coattails and become a more familiar name himself – which, as Details points out, proved successful, because here it is interviewing him.
HAH! Seriously? Is this for real? Actually, it is. Keep reading.
A week after Jenner and Richie split in October, Jenner forged a relationship with The Hills costar Lauren Conrad. (That ended quickly, too.)
“Basically,” says Jenner, 23, “I made it, like, my mission to try to go on a date with every girl on The Hills.”
He’s also extended his reach beyond the show. “Let’s see where Lindsay’s at, get her up in here,” Jenner is quoted as saying as he text-messages Lohan, though the two are merely described as “just friends.”
Even so, Lohan texted back and eventually shows up to meet Jenner at Hyde.
Not that all this scheming and schmoozing doesn’t leave Jenner time to be introspective. “This whole scene, this whole town – it’s so fake,” he says. “It’s like a movie set, like my life is a movie set. These people, they all think it’s real, but it’s not.”
And the future? “I wanna meet a girl who has nothing to do with L.A., a nice, normal, real girl.”
Yeah, cause any girl who reads that will be on a tear to hook up with your insincere ass. “My life is a movie set” indicates that he’s a probable sociopath and no one else is real but him. Run from him, ladies. Seriously, I think Ted Bundy had more of a conscience. And he kept girls’ heads in his fridge.