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Justin Brescia

Justin Brescia

Justin Brescia

Justin Brescia

Justin Brescia is a content marketing and online marketing professional who has previously led marketing efforts for

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Justin Brescia, more commonly known as Justin Bobby, was the thorn in Audrina Patridge's side for much of "The Hills" original run. When the show was rebooted, with a mostly new cast, for the spinoff "The Hills: New Beginnings," fans breathed a sigh of relief that Patridge had finally shaken her ill-advised attachment to the hunky hairdresser — for the most part, anyway. Less shocking was the fact that Brescia had a new lady on his arm, blonde beauty Lindsey Pelas, with whom he spent much of Season 1, to Patridge's clear discomfort.

According to Bustle, Justin "Bobby" Brescia and Lindsey Pelas called it quits after the debut season of "The Hills: New Beginnings" wrapped. Although neither party has directly confirmed the news either way, Brescia cryptically teased his status during an interview on "Good Morning America." "Life is a real thing," he said. "Watching everybody around me have kids and families, and you know — it's puttin' little things there for me to be like, 'OK, maybe it's time to think on a different realm.'" However, the reluctant reality star also said that he might "go back to my old ways," too. (Source: www.thelist.com)

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Justin Brescia, more commonly known as Justin Bobby, was the thorn in Audrina Patridge's side for much of "The Hills" original run. When the show was rebooted, with a mostly new cast, for the spinoff "The Hills: New Beginnings," fans breathed a sigh of relief that Patridge had finally shaken her ill-advised attachment to the hunky hairdresser — for the most part, anyway. Less shocking was the fact that Brescia had a new lady on his arm, blonde beauty Lindsey Pelas, with whom he spent much of Season 1, to Patridge's clear discomfort.

According to Bustle, Justin "Bobby" Brescia and Lindsey Pelas called it quits after the debut season of "The Hills: New Beginnings" wrapped. Although neither party has directly confirmed the news either way, Brescia cryptically teased his status during an interview on "Good Morning America." "Life is a real thing," he said. "Watching everybody around me have kids and families, and you know — it's puttin' little things there for me to be like, 'OK, maybe it's time to think on a different realm.'" However, the reluctant reality star also said that he might "go back to my old ways," too. (Source: www.thelist.com)

 

 

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