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I don't think I would've ever gone back to reality TV had I not had that, only because it's one thing when I was 17, 18, whatever and it was only me to look out for — but now I have three kids and I'm a wife.
It's not just me anymore that I have to be responsible for, I have a whole family. Illesteva Being creative on a reality show, what does that look like?
It's really deciding what stories are interesting. Right before we started filming, I sat down with all the producers and we just talked about everything I had going on in my life, and specifically what Jay and I were and weren't willing to put out there. You have a storyline; unless you're filming a show like Jersey Shoreyou're not just shooting for hours on end hoping that you'll get something. With that being said, everything on the show is based on real emotions and real circumstances.
Everything on Very Cavallari is from a real place and that's the first time I can really get behind the reality show that I am on and say that. The beauty about Very Cavallari compared to Laguna Beach or The Hills is that there are interviews — which are pretty standard on most reality shows — where you can connect the dots from one scene to another.
Laguna Beach didn't have them and so we were doing a lot of scenes that weren't really happening to try to connect those dots. The audience is so in-tune to authenticity now because there have been so many fake shows.
Because I came from a world of such heavily manufactured shows, I wanted this to be true. I think it's so easy for the audience to tell what's real and what isn't. It was a conscious decision that we made in the beginning, there was no other option really. Vintage, Spencer [Pratt] famously compared himself and Heidi to the Kardashians, saying that they were an early version of that.
Do you feel if social media had been around back then that would've been true for you? I think the Kardashians are at a different level. I would never compare myself to them. If I could have just a little tiny bit of that success then by all means, sign me up. I think they're really different.
The tabloids used to cover your every move, but they've mostly been replaced by social media and blogs. Do you think that's for better or for worse? That was one thing I used to hate — the fake articles and the crap that they could just come up with.
They would literally just make up stuff.
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So, do I miss that world? Is it really nice to leave my house looking like shit and not having to think twice about paparazzi? I also love it though when I do go to L. I like to have my picture taken and put some thought into my outfit. I couldn't leave my house without paparazzi catching it. I felt so trapped and hated that feeling. How were you able to rise above negative things said about you? When Laguna Beach first came out I was just I would go on those chat rooms and people would talk about how they hated me.
I was really upset about that. It definitely affected me, but because of that, at such an early age, I had to learn how to shrug it off and think, "It's just a show, these people don't actually know me.
Vintage The person you were portraying on the show wasn't necessarily who you were anyway. I was really upset when I saw the first episode of Laguna Beach because I had been edited in such a way to be the villain that I was just shocked. I was so young too, and we didn't really know what reality television was. Would I change anything now? No, I wouldn't change anything.
Obviously, I eventually wrapped my head around it because I did another season of Laguna Beach and learned to embrace it. Though I don't remember ever making a conscious decision like, "Can I do season two?
I think we had a contract. But now in hindsight, I probably could have. How were you able to separate that character from who you were becoming as a young adult? My on-screen persona really made me look inward and really try to figure out who I was. At 17, you really don't know who the hell you are, but it made me grow up and realize, "I don't think I'm this girl on the show.
I know I don't want to be this girl. Vintage Do you keep in touch with anyone from those shows? I talk to a lot of people. I definitely keep in touch with most people I would say. Would you say you were playing even more of a character on The Hills? I'm really happy and proud that I can stand by that. Before, with The Hills, I had my show life and show persona and then had a completely separate life off camera. The Hills was easy because we only filmed three days a week.Kristin Cavallari and Brody Jenner Talk With Ryan - Interview - On Air With Ryan Seacrest
We knew exactly what scenes we were going to be filming and what it was going to be about. I had fake fights and fake relationships. I was playing up the villain and was acting essentially.
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I had a really great experience. Then when the tabloids would write articles and judge me based off of what would happen on the show, I wouldn't get upset because I was so removed from it. It wasn't my actual life.
How did the show affect your relationships off-screen? That evening, Kristin tells Stacie that she has decided to move to Europe, wanting to have a "new beginning", though Stacie is concerned that she is seeking revenge against Brody. To the surprise of the guests, Brody attended Kristin's farewell party that evening. He confesses that he is saddened by her move, but she maintains that the decision is in her best interest. The next day, after much prior deliberation, Lo moves into her boyfriend Scott's house and begins unpacking her belongings.
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After giving their final goodbyes, Brody sees Kristin's limousine off while it drives off her street. As Kristin looks out of the window, a montage of archived footage from the series' earlier seasons is shown. In the final scene of the series, with the camera on Brody, the Hollywood Hills backdrop is pulled away, while the camera pans back to reveal that the entire scene was filmed on a backlot. In reality, the vehicle had not driven off and Kristin stepped out of the vehicle to hug Jenner.
The scene depicts Brody returning to his apartment after seeing Kristin's limousine off to Europe. Lauren Conrad is revealed to be sitting on his couch, and comforts him that "it's hard to say goodbye" to a "friend of [his]", before the camera focuses on a smiling Lauren.