Her former Hills pal, Stephanie Pratt, told UsMagazine.com Thursday she was just as disappointed when she heard they were scrapping plans for Conrad's documentary-style reality show that was set to focus on her upcoming fashion line.
"I was pretty shocked," Pratt, 24, said at the PETA's New York Fashion Week party. "I think it's such an inspirational show that people really get to see that dreams come true. I was really shocked. I thought it would have been great for kids to watch."
Conrad's bestie, Lo Bosworth, added that she has faith Conrad will land on her Louboutin-heeled feet.
"She's doing great," The Lo-Down author, 24, told Us. "I'm sure everything will work out in the end."
Of course, Conrad didn't take her disappointment lying down. After her show -- which was said to lack the drama and catfights of The Hills -- was dropped, the designer, 25, fired back a statement to Us saying, in part, "We delivered the show that we sold and are sorry MTV didn't feel their viewers were savvy enough to appreciate it."
-Credits at usmagazine.com (US Weekly)