“She’s such a sweetheart, and I picked up on that from the very beginning.
I was always a friend to her from the get-go and there for her as a friend. I felt like a stronger partner on the side who was like a teammate, who was like ‘Hey you got this! This is good.’ That was real, that was awesome.” Patridge has stayed in the spotlight and is currently the host of NBC’s These days Brescia is focusing on projects that are close to his heart.
I’m all about kitchen cuts, but structurally done.” While he’s cutting by day, at night the former reality star is embracing his newest passion — his band Bobby Rock.
What originated as a solo group morphed into a two-man band, when Brescia met drummer Dave Dariani.
Brescia quipped: “That never happened.” Still, their organic meeting and subsequent relationship bonded the two in a way that many other castmates didn’t experience, Brescia said.
My second thought is if she's OK, because she's been a longtime friend.PHOTOS: The Hills cast, then and now With his sincere passion for both hair cutting and his new two-man band, Bobby Rock (@bobbyrockmusic), Brescia, now 32, is nothing like the man who supposedly broke Audrina Patridge’s heart time and time again from 2007 to 2010.PHOTOS: The Hills' most dramatic moments In fact, it was by mere chance that he got involved with the MTV reality series at all.“We weren’t pushed together by the show.” He added: “We had a little bond and trust within each other.” When Casey asked if the two had a genuinely romantic relationship, as opposed to one created by producers, he insisted that their romance was the real deal. But when Us Weekly editor Rachel Mc Rady sat down with Justin Bobby Brescia in an East Village coffee shop on a freezing New York City day, he was much friendlier and more animated in person than his reality TV, metaphor-spouting persona of years past.