Lauren Conrad's intro to her cancelled reality show has now been blocked by MTV's parent company, Viacom, citing it was due to copyright grounds.
Lauren's stop-motion animated intro was just released two weeks ago with an overwhelming response from LC fans and curious viewers of what could've been.
Not only is it blocked on YouTube where it first surfaced, but it's also been removed from Angela + Ithyle's website, the company that created Lauren's intro.
It looks like Viacom is laying the hammer down on Lauren Conrad, or any cultural influence that Lauren left on MTV plus pop culture as well.
Viacom/MTV is trying desparately to get LC fans to move on by force-feeding MTV's current programming down people throats, along with preserving the potency of The Hills.
Plus, Lauren Conrad's cancelled show would've been a threat not only to the MTV agenda, but to the behemoths that are now the regressing culture of fashion, and that annoying Kim Kardashian. Not even Snooki could've done this much damage in a short amount of time.