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'The City' finale sneak peek: Can Roxy Olin forgive Whitney Port?

Things have been shaky between besties Roxy Olin and Whitney Port on “The City” lately.

In the last episode, Roxy took to heart Whitney’s suggestion (during a heated argument) that they shouldn’t live together. She hit the streets in search of a new pad, but reality hit her back with the crazy cost of living in New York City. OK, so maybe she didn’t need to live in a furnished apartment with a doorman.

After her celebrity pop, “Brothers & Sisters’” Ken Olin, dealt her a dose of tough love and refused to finance her move, Roxy decided to move out anyway. After that, Whitney felt Roxy left her in the lurch.

In our exclusive sneak peek above, Roxy voices her frustrations about Whitney to Zach Hyman, the guerrilla photographer Roxy met while on a shoot.

Also in Tuesday night’s season finale, it looks as if Whitney may be endangering another relationship when a big PR company tries to steal her from People’s Revolution and mentor Kelly Cutrone. And over at Elle, Erin Kaplan may have discovered a new way to get rid of Olivia Palermo. Or could Olivia’s last-minute trip to Japan do the dirty work for Erin?

“The City” Season 2 finale airs Tuesday (July 13) at 10:30 p.m. on MTV.

-- Jethro Nededog



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Where the hell is Roxy going to live now?? She definitely needs a place of her own and she can't go from Whitney's couch now to Sami's couch. Agree that maybe the $4,000 a month pad was a bit too much and not necessary but come on, the girl's got to live the life. Maybe she is goign to have to then slum it in a fifth floor rat trap on the lower east side. What do yout think? Also, I hope Olivia gets the boot, she is so annoying and so underserving of everything that she gets.


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