According to Patridge, that was a total surprise for her. Audrina Patridge was stunningly beautiful in the white lace gown that you could hardly keep your eyes off her.
"It seems like we're about to go back in time right now and reminisce and I'm ready for it." WATCH: Heidi Montag Reflects on Plastic Surgery Obsession Ready, indeed!
From on-and-off screen romances to rocky friendships, Patridge was not shy about spilling secrets with us, including her infamous relationship with Justin Brescia (aka "Justin Bobby.") According to Patridge, who says she wore her heart on her sleeve "most of the time," the two were seeing each other before the show began production.
Bohan proposed Patridge at the Summit House in Orange County, California.
Bohan’s marriage proposal is one of the romantic proposals we rarely get to hear in real life. Either through her professional life or through her private life.
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Seats in the theater are first-come, first-serve so PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY! "We were dating, and then he filmed with me [the] first season that never aired," she explained. He came to my very first apartment -- I think it was before I even met Heidi [Montag] and Lauren [Conrad], really -- and we filmed doing my hair or something." "And then we didn't really talk until third season, we started hanging out again and he was kind of entertaining the idea of filming," she continued."It was hard with Justin towards the end with him and Kristin [Cavallari] and all that stuff." That "stuff" she's referring to is a party scene in which her and Cavallari got into a "fake" fight over Brescia while filming at Heidi and Spencer Pratt’s house, which we found out was, sadly, also fake."He's not afraid to get dirty and that's what I like about him. If we talk about the person who came to highlight real quick, her name doesn’t get missed.(Read more on that HERE.) WATCH: Justin Bobby Reveals the Real Story Behind His Infamous Nickname "That was definitely kind of fake," she admitted, "but the stuff with [Justin and I], it was a fine line of real and fake, because we definitely had real feelings for each other and what we were going through was real, but what we were going through in real life we didn't talk [about] on camera.