I’m not gonna lie. I was pretty confused when I heard Mischa Barton would be on The Hills reboot. I couldn’t make the connection between Mischa and the rest of the cast when I first heard about it and made no sense after watched Season 1 of The Hills: New Beginnings. She brought nothing to the table, other than a sense of nostalgia and my desire to rewatch The OC.
Mischa had no storyline and we pretty much just saw her shopping with the other cast members and sitting in the background during events. With that said, it wasn’t at-all-surprising when rumors started to circulate that Mischa got fired because she was “boring” and “bland.” And quite frankly, this is because Mischa was “boring” and “bland.” Then again, so were a lot of them. The Hills cast members were working overtime on the image crafting. Somehow, the reboot seemed even more manufactured than the original series. No one showed anything remotely real.
Mischa posted a screenshot of an Us Weekly article with the title “Caroline D’Amore Will Join Season 2 Of ‘The Hills’ Revival, Mischa Barton Will Not Return.” Mischa didn’t outright deny the rumors that she got fired, but she did go in on her rumored replacement Caroline D’Amore. In case you’re wondering who Caroline even is, I am too, but I do vaguely remember her in paparazzi photos with Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian during the “that’s hot” era.
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Anyway, Mischa captioned that screenshot with “Lol. Where do people get their reporting from? As if anyone would watch @carolinedamore try to hoc her boring ass pasta bowls and greasy pizza on tv. Tried that it was like watching paint dry. Get the story straight first. @usweekly.”
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Wow. This one Instagram caption has more personality than Mischa exhibited during the entire first season of The Hills: New Beginnings. And in case anyone was wondering, watching Mischa Season 1 also rivaled watching paint dry.