Lauren Conrad may be headed back to the small screen after all.
Though her MTV reality series was recently dropped for being "too high brow," the 25-year-old Hills alum told UsMagazine.com that several other networks have expressed interest in picking up the show.
"The amount of offers I've gotten has been very flattering," Conrad told Us while celebrating her birthday at Pure nightclub in Las Vegas Saturday. "We all worked really hard on it and I'm really proud of it. It turned out fantastic, so stay tuned."
Prior to being scrapped by MTV, the proposed program aimed to be the antithesis of what made Laguna Beach and The Hills so popular: a drama-free look at Conrad's life as a fashion designer.
While Conrad's reality show continues to search for a new home, the California native tells Us she's kept busy working on her Paper Crown clothing line.
"We just got our look book and we're going to Coterie in about a week, so we're very excited about that," she said. "Things are going really great. I'm running it with my best friends. It's a really fun project."