To call The Hills fake or scripted would be an understatement, but it's still one of the most popular reality shows on television. So when their leading 'actors' agree to get married for the cameras, MTV is going to make sure they squeeze all they can out of it.
The couple first "eloped" in Mexico, but never filed for a marriage license. They next filmed an episode at the Beverly Hills Courthouse where they pretended they were having a civil ceremony, but the judge was actually an actor, and Heidi and Spencer had a change of heart about the ceremony.
So will they actually get married this Saturday like MTV wants everyone to believe? Sources on set claim that Saturday's wedding at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Pasadena is nothing more than a phony ceremony for the series finale of the show.
An insider tells In Touch, "It’s all set up by the producers of MTV to get people to watch. It’s just a plot line. They’re not really getting married."
But Spencer's sister Stephanie seems really excited about the nuptials anyway. "I'm really excited to be a bridesmaid, but I'm pretty worried. I'm looking into waterproof eye makeup because I know I'm going to cry," Stephanie told Hollyscoop exclusively.
In regards to being a bridesmaid, Stephanie said, "Holly and I are wearing yellow gowns from BCBG and our [Spencer and her] niece is the flower girl! She's also wearing a yellow dress."
Lauren Conrad said she was invited but would not attend. "I think that it was very nice of her to invite, but I think that she didn't really expect me to come," she said.
The reception will reportedly be held at Wolfgang Puck's Cut steakhouse in Beverly Hills, but the real question is, will their union be legal, or all for show?