When The Hills: New Beginnings premiered on MTV, we truly had no idea what to expect from the reality reboot. Would Stephaine and Spencer still be feuding? Yes. Would Brody still be the most self-centred cast member? Totally.
Yet, for all the storylines that were easy to foresee, we could have never seen the Audrina-Justin-Stephanie love triangle coming.
While Audrina Patridge and Justin Bobby Breshcia’s romance might be off to a rocky start on The Hills: New Beginnings, we have perhaps the strongest indication to date that the pair might, in fact, end up together. (Sorry, Stephanie. Luckily, JB did open up about his feelings for the Made In Chelsea star but more on that later...)
Audrina recently revealed that Justin has met her daughter two-year-old Kirra - who she shares with ex-husband Corey Boham.
“My daughter has met him, and they loved each other,” the 34-year-old model told Us Weekly at the Los Angeles premiere of the revival.
“My daughter’s not on the show, so that part of my life no one will really get to see. The part of my life that people will get to see is the version of my life this group of friends in L.A. and just how we interact and how we left off. But I do talk about what I’m going through, I just don’t bring the cameras in that side of my life.”
Audrina described her relationship with the musician as “hot and cold” and we definitely saw Justin put up a few walls during episode three.
The Justin-Audrina-Stephanie love triangle will probably fizzle out in due course – and we’re happy to be along for the ride.
Admittedly, Justin thinks Stephanie looks “gorgeous” and “whatever she put in her face is working for her.”
However, there is no evidence of Stephanie and Justin dating IRL out there — no Instagram posts, no comments about a relationship in interviews.
In one interview with OK! Magazine, Justin did talk about being friends with Stephanie. "I befriended Stephanie pretty heavily this season," he said, "and we’re still very cool."
So, what does the elusive Justin Bobby have to say in all this?
“I’m a man’s man. I like to see a woman’s woman. There’s boy’s boys, there’s girl’s girls, there’s young adults, then there’s adolescents, and then there’s guys and girls, and then there’s men and women.”