Lauren Conrad has been happily out of the reality TV world for three years, focusing instead on her clothing lines and best-selling novels, and the 26-year-old beauty says she's in no hurry to return to the life of constant cameras.
"I'm not looking to go back," the former "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills" star told Kit Hoover and Billy Bush on Thursday's Access Hollywood Live, when asked if she'd consider doing reality TV once again.
Lauren's career has continued to thrive after leaving the reality world and she isn't quite sure what she did differently from some of her co-stars, who have been far less successful.
"I have no idea [what I did differently]. I think I was just really lucky, to be honest," she said. "I think that I didn't love [being a reality star]. I think some people loved it - they loved the attention. It always kind of made me uncomfortable and so I was happy to leave."
The designer/author will put her talents to use for a good cause on Saturday, hosting the Susan G. Komen Designs For The Cure Gala in Los Angeles (where she'll be dressing breast cancer survivors in her designs) and Lauren is preparing for what it sure to be an emotional evening.
"I think my main focus is going to be waterproof mascara and making it through the night [without crying]," she said.
For more info on the Design For The Cure Gala, including how to purchase tickets, visit www.komenlacounty.org
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