WWKD? Well, she’d make a big, splashy return to reality TV.
Seven years after she stopped shooting The Hills, Kristin Cavallari is returning to reality TV in Very Cavallari, which will air this summer on E! Lauren Conrad’s eternal nemesis shared the first look at the series, which centers around her new life in Nashville, where she recently relocated with her brawny husband, Jay Cutler, and their three kids.
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“I’m so ready,” the blonde says at the start of the trailer, relaying the message that it’s “[her] turn” to be back in the spotlight.
Footage shows Cavallari and Cutler kissing and enjoying a date night, but the show will also be about the “very ambitious lifestyle brand,” Uncommon James, that she founded. Apparently the qualities she looks for in her employees are a little different from those sought by the average boss. “I have the craziest staff,” she boasts. “Of course there’s gonna be drama. Of course there’s gonna be hookups.” (Sounds a little out of step in the #TimesUp era, but we’ll go with it.)
Cavallari, who also calls the show “a wild ride,” makes it clear that she’s not the teen and 20-something star we knew years ago. At one point, someone, presumably a staffer, is heard saying, “WWKD? What would Kristin do?” And she replies, “And not what would Kristin do when she was 23.”
That’s right, she’s now 31 and a mom to this crew pictured below, but don’t expect to see them on the so-called wild ride. Cavallari has said she would “never put my kids on a reality TV show.”
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In addition to the launch of her new show — coming soon — Kristin has something else to celebrate today: Her book True Roots: A Mindful Kitchen with More Than 100 Recipes Free of Gluten, Dairy, and Refined Sugar has made the New York Times Best Sellers list.
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Her fanbase remains strong all these years later, so bring on the wild ride.
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