Brody Jenner thinks Robin Thicke shouldn't have named his new album after his estranged wife Paula Patton because it's ''creepy''.
The 30-year-old reality TV star finds it weird the singer, 37, has named his new album 'Paula' after his estranged wife following their split earlier this year.
When asked if he thinks Robin's public attempt to win back his wife is creepy or romantic, Brody said: ''I want to know how she feels about it ... because if I were in her shoes, I don't know if I'd want my dirty laundry aired to the public like that. I'm going to go with creepy on this one.''
Meanwhile, Brody - who recently revealed he used to date his brother's wife Leah - also admitted he's never had a relationship with Lauren Conrad, despite MTV portraying their romance on 'The Hills'.
Speaking on 'The Brody Jenner Podcast with Dr. Mike Dow' yesterday (03.07.14), Brody said: ''Lauren Conrad and I never dated. Lauren and I have always been just friends. We worked together on a show called 'The Hills', where we had to pretend like we were dating but we never dated.''
When asked if his relationship with his co-star KRISTIN CAVALLARI was also staged for the show, he replied: ''I dated Kristin when we were very young ... when she was on 'Laguna Beach' and I was on a show called 'Princes of Malibu' with Spencer Pratt ... we met at a party in Hollywood ... but during ['The Hills'] when we filmed, Kristin and I did not date, we were not hooking up.''
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