“I’m so confident in what I’m doing as a parent — both Jay and I are — that the stuff about my kids, or how I’m raising my kids, that’s the one area that doesn’t really get to me, to be completely honest,” Cavallari said. Based on her own experience, she’s hesitant to put her own kids in the limelight when they’re too young to choose if they want to be there.
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In 2009, she got an offer to star in Conrad's spinoff "The Hills" once her frenemy departed.
Although Cavallari was reluctant to go back to reality TV, she was pragmatic enough to know that the paycheck and exposure could propel her into the next phase of her career.
and chronicles her adventures as she opens a store in Nashville for her lifestyle brand, Uncommon James.
She wants her fans to see the grown-up version of herself, the working mom who runs her own business.
(Colletti and Conrad declined to comment for this story.) In perhaps the show’s most famous scene, during a spring break trip to Cabo while she and Colletti were broken up, Cavallari danced on the bar and later kissed another guy. As cast members have since revealed, situations were heavily manipulated and “softly” scripted.
Incidents that happened months apart were stitched into episodes to look like they happened the same week. we were true to ourselves, and I think we were easy targets to mold us into what they wanted us to be,” said Murrel, who is still one of Cavallari’s closest friends.
Even after enormous backlash for citing a false claim, she doubled down in follow-up interviews. “I still get s--- for it, I’ll still get more s--- for it. She thinks she’s hot.” Cut to: Cavallari climbing out of the pool in a red bikini. (This was shortly after the MTV-produced Janet Jackson Super Bowl halftime show incident.) “But other than that, my parents were excited and I was excited.