Find out what show Laurel recently auditioned for, who and what inspires her musically, and of course we chat about her time on MTV.
Oh man, just life. Living life to the fullest and making the best of what you have and keeping a positive attitude. I particularly am inspired when I get out in nature and when I am in the mountains or swimming next to the Tetons with the sun sparkling on the water. Confidence and conviction in self inspire me and kindness when unexpected inspires me.
I just love a good story that takes you somewhere else or makes you feel like you can relate to exactly what it is that is written. On your last season, your winning season, you and Jordan were an item. What was it like to see him compete with Sarah on The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2?
I was rooting for Jordan to do well and showcase his endurance, patience and easy going side. Regarding him and Sarah I thought nothing of it — they were a team just like any other.
I will always have a very close trusting relationship with Jordan, but I definitely was curious if he was going to hook up or kiss anyone because we had just broken up before he left to film. As a Challenge winner, who would be your ideal partner or multiple team mates to compete with, and why? Someone who has the ability to know that they have a job to do and that they should be expected to step up to the plate to get it done with no excuses.
Competitors with confidence in their ability and not debilitating fears. The best partner would be someone who would pull their weight and be able to step in as an equal. Do you watch any other reality TV shows? The Bachelorette is fun because I always want to see what happens based off the previews. Diem and I used to watch together every week with a bunch of girls and wine and snacks. Since today is TMITuesday, is there anything you can tell the readers about you that they may not already know?
I had my tongue pierced twice in college. In order to win on The Challenge you need to be psychically fit. What is your typical fitness routine? I like doing classes like cycling or yoga. I try to take a walk everyday and get outside.
I have a dog so he is my buddy and sometimes we run when we feel like it. Honestly, the most important thing to do is to move your body for 20 minutes or more every day. There was a period where all I did was dance in my apartment and I was the thinnest I ever was in my life since high school.
Activity is so good for the body. Moving around and shaking things up. And all of this combined with eating good basic health foods. Cara Maria and I are good. With so many hook-ups on The Challenge, is there anyone on the show who you would want to hook up with?
I moved out of Manhattan and Cara and I are talking about me moving to Montana to relax and be in the mountains and work with horses and build a small garden where I can live the simple life away from all the action for a while.