Not only was it fake, but Conrad also wound up fighting with producers after refusing to kiss the man they cast as her beau for the trip.

Conrad recently told just how awkward the whole experience was, especially dealing with the pushy producers who wanted to add a romantic narrative to her Parisian episode.

It's legitimately mind-blowing to consider that it has been a whole decade since we first followed sweet, teenage Lauren Conrad from Laguna Beach to Los Angeles, where she became queen on The Hills. These are the burning questions of our generation and they have been left hanging in the atmosphere for too long.

Things got a little more distant between them when Lauren took off for Los Angeles and began starring in my favorite spinoff show, The Hills.

For a while, Lo was nowhere to be found on the new show and it seemed like Heidi Montag and Audrina Patridge were taking over for her former bestie.

"I met my husband when I was 16 and sitting onstage at one of his concerts," Conrad wrote.

But it's the next line where it seems like the magic happened: "10 years later we were set up on a blind date."Forget e-Harmony or Conrad and Tell went as low-tech as possible for their first official date.

Obviously, their best friend status was going strong at that point, and it looked like they would never drift apart.

But, from the looks of things right now, I would say they have drifted a little bit.

These two were the best of friends and completely inseparable.

As time went on, they ended up leaving Laguna for separate colleges, but they remained close.

Now its been nearly 10 years since the show's premiere episode on May 31, 2006, and the former cast continues to come out with more truth bombs.