Kristin Cavallari “not interested” in appearing on The Hills, having her own show

Kristin Cavallari, one time star of Laguna Beach, won’t be returning to MTV for an appearance on The Hills, she says. (In December, gossip report said producers wanted her to appear on the series.)

“I have been asked to come back by MTV a million times to be on The Hills or Laguna Beach or to do a different reality show, but I am not interested. I am doing what I want to do so I don’t feel pressure to go back. I keep getting jobs. I feel like been there, done that. I did Laguna Beach for two years and had the best time. I feel like I need stuff that challenges me and another reality show won’t do that,” Kristin told Entertainment Weekly.

What sort of rich, rewarding challenges has she moved on to? Humping someone. Yes, she’s moved on to her film projects, including a role in a “short [that] is called Dry Humping. It is about two high school kids, my boyfriend and I, who are dry humping when his dad comes home and catches us in the act. They are all really funny short, goofy films,” she says of the Kevin Connolly-directed project, which is called Uncomfortable Moments.

Don’t look for Kristin Cavallari on ‘The Hills’ [Entertainment Weekly]

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