Season 4 of Very Cavallari was shaping up to be the most interesting yet. Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler initially seemed like they would have an amicable split. They claimed that they simply “grew apart.” However, in less than 24 hours that proved to be far from true. These two couldn’t agree on anything (no wonder they’re getting divorced). They each claimed to be the more involved parent. They wanted different custody arrangements. On top of that, they couldn’t even agree on when they actually ended their relationship.
Kristin’s lawyer claimed that Jay and his lawyer blocked her from buying a home with her portion of shared money. Then Kristin’s dehydrated ex-friend Kelly Henderson posted a photo of a man with a bracelet that looked just like Jay’s just to exploit this situation for as much attention as possible. This would have been a lot more interesting than the previous Very Cavallari when employees sent out empty boxes to customers. However, Very Cavallari has come to close.
Kristin Cavallari and her husband Jay Cutler caused controversy when they vacationed in the Bahamas for three weeks during a global pandemic. They even shared faux complaints about being “stuck” at a luxury resort. Normally, Kristin, Jay and their three kids live in Nashville, which is also the primary location for Kristin’s E! reality show Very Cavallari. Jay and Kristin’s kids do not appear on the show.
A lot of the content revolves around Kristin running her jewelry business Uncommon James, but the entertaining part of the show is
Jay Kristin and Jay’s dynamic. That’s why it’s pretty shocking that these two are headed for divorce.
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Mischa Barton as a cast member on The Hills: New Beginnings was a random plant to begin with. She wasn’t part of the original crew, or spouse of an OG Hills cast member. And it was unclear from the start what her connection really was with the rest of the group. She had a friendship with a few of the girls but no intertwining story line. Mischa’s only noteworthy moment was confronting Perez Hilton for his body-shaming campaign against her many years before she joined this show.
So perhaps it comes as no surprise that Mischa is rumored to be replaced by Caroline D’Amore, aka DJ D’Amore. Or simply, a pizza heiress. Mischa denied any firing and threw some shade at Caroline in a spirited IG post. Now, costars Spencer Pratt and Heidi Pratt are coming to Mischa’s defense claiming that she belongs on the show.
The Hills will soon be alive with the sound of none other than Kristin Cavallari!
On Friday (March 6), the Very Cavallari star revealed in a new interview that she’ll be returning to Los Angeles to pop up on the upcoming second season of The Hills: New Beginnings.
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.
I cannot say that I am surprised Mischa Barton (reportedly) got fired from The Hills: New Beginnings. She wasn’t a part of the original Hills run. She had such a forced “connection” to the cast. Oh, and most importantly, she had no storyline. Mischa brought absolutely nothing to the table.
We saw her audition for some acting role that she didn’t get, but that was pretty much it. Other than that, we just saw her shopping with the others and chilling in the background. As an enthusiastic fan of The OC, I was really hoping for a Mischa Barton comeback. But, the truth is, she’s not nearly as interesting as her onscreen counterpart Marissa Cooper.