Their short-lived relationship comes three months after Kaitlynn Carter and the stepbrother to Kendall and Kylie Jenner announced in a joint statement in that they'd called time on their marriage. Although they refused to elaborate on why they decided to go their separate ways, Brody recently told Entertainment Tonight that fans can expect to see the demise of their romance play out on the next season of The Hills: New Beginnings.
“I’m sure you’re going to see a lot of that,” the TV personality said. “Of course, you have to stay tuned to see what goes on with that. But you’ll definitely see some of that.”
As for why he chose to be open and honest about their divorce, the 36-year-old said: "The Hills was one of those things where, it’s tough to put yourself out there like that, but ultimately, it can be very therapeutic as well. To put yourself out there and leave yourself open for judgment can also be helpful to your daily life and moving forward in how you grow up. There’s a lot of times you get people that’ll tell you, ‘Don’t do it. It’s a reality show.’ But you gotta be yourself and just do it.”
Kailtynn quickly moved on from Brody, engaging in a whirlwind romance with Miley Cyrus which sadly ended after three weeks.
When she went public with her new relationship, Brody's co-star Spencer Pratt weighed in on her whirlwind romance with the "Slide Away" singer, implying the couple had an "emotional" relationship long before the Miley and her husband of eight months, Liam Hemsworth, split.
“It’s tough for me to listen to Kaitlynn complain about people talking about her allegedly open relationship with Brody when we know she had a thing going with Miley," Spencer told Cosmopolitan.
"She already had something going on with her when these scenes were filming — maybe not physically, but definitely emotionally," he said. "No one’s judging you for whatever it is you and Brody do when he’s not sleeping in his car. We just don’t want people to lie about their lives. I would love to know Liam Hemsworth’s thoughts on Kaitlynn’s recent displays of ‘common decency.’ You know what I call ‘common decency’? Getting it on at your Italian villa and not in front of the paparazzi.”