In "Mingling with the Commoners," plenty of tension (and more than a little class warfare) was in the air between Whitney, Olivia Palermo and Jay Lyon. Aspiring fashionista Whitney Port may be sufficiently blond and likable to pass as a reality TV star. That may be trouble, not only for Port's fledgling show, The City, a spinoff of the hugely successful The Hills, but for the whole documentary-soap genre that Lauren and her cohorts pioneered, according to the UK's Globe and Mail.Whitney Port recently moved from The Hills to The City.
This week on The City, Whitney Port went on another date with Freddie Fackelmayer, while Jay Lyon also wanted to know the status of their relationship.
Whitney Port delighted her male fans in Ireland by confirming that she is 100 perecent on the market.
Breaking her silence for the first time since going separate ways from her ex-boyfriend Ben Nemtin, she said: "I am single, recently single.
I'm up for anything, I'm not going to say no."Whitney jetted in to Ireland this past weekend to formally unveil and sign her new Tote bag that she designed for Barretstown children's camp while meeting fans at the Kildare Village.
Whitney (26) also confirmed that her arch-rival on spin-off show The City, Olivia Palermo, was a genuine diva while they were filming."Olivia was not the nicest person ever. She was not so easy to work with, we don't keep in touch, that's for sure.