21 Shocking Secrets Kristin Cavallari Told Us About « Laguna Beach » And Beyond

“I think because of the show, the rivalry between Lauren and I sort of escalated. We were never friends. We just weren’t.”

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Laguna Beach was more authentic than The Hills, though it wasn’t all completely real.

Laguna Beach was more authentic than The Hills, though it wasn't all completely real.

Given the infamous series finale of The Hills, we all know the show was heavily produced. Was this the case for Laguna Beach? Were there ever situations that the producers created just for the show?

Kristin Cavallari: Laguna Beach was definitely not as manufactured as The Hills was for me. Laguna Beach was more putting us in situations where we normally wouldn't be in or hanging out with people we wouldn't necessarily hang out with. In The Hills, I knew sort of this character that they wanted me to play. When I decided to come on board, I made a decision and I was like, « OK, this is my job and I'm going to separate my Hills life from my real life. » It happened on Laguna Beach where you don't know what's real and fake and I saw cast members who couldn't distinguish what was real and what was fake anymore. It was kind of scary to see so I kept them very separate so that I didn't go crazy.

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Unlike on Laguna Beach, producers would text lines for Kristin to say while filming The Hills.

Unlike on Laguna Beach, producers would text lines for Kristin to say while filming The Hills.

In the same vein, did producers ever feed you lines? Can you recall any?

KC: The only time producers fed me lines on Laguna Beach were more fake phone calls or pickup scenes. We'd film for nine months out of the year and then they would start cutting episodes together and they would realize that they needed a specific scene. So then we'd go back and film prom as though it didn't happen yet or we'd film it as though it just had happened. It wasn't necessarily an exact line as what to say on Laguna Beach. It was more just « talk about this. » Whereas in The Hills, they would text us exactly what to say.

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The show escalated the rivalry between Kristin and Lauren.

The show escalated the rivalry between Kristin and Lauren.

You and Lauren were constantly shading each other behind each other's backs on Laguna Beach. Was there as much of a rivalry between you and Lauren as the show portrayed?

KC: I think because of the show, the rivalry between Lauren and I sort of escalated. We were never friends. We just weren't. I didn't hate her before MTV came and the way it sort of turned into. And that's because I felt like she was trying to steal my boyfriend.

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