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., captivated young audiences in its first season, it never offered a teen triangle as captivating as the Lauren-Stephen-Kristin affair of season 1.That first season was a sensation and a delight and a formidable challenge to top, particularly considering the first season so carefully built to the high-school graduation of most of its principal characters.Although she's now a happily married mother of two, the current Windy City resident is doling out all of her tips to help a single lady (Ally Zarin, the daughter of former "Real Housewives of New York" star Jill Zarin) land Mr.Right on the next episode of Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker." If you close your eyes while watching the sneak peek below, it's almost as if you're listening to the erstwhile party gal dish out the advice to bartender Stacie in their dream Malibu beach abode after a wild night out in We Ho -- instead of working alongside love guru Patti Stanger. "I think you have to find a gentleman, someone that's going to pursue you and put in a little effort -- and always put you first." Something motorcycle-riding bad boy JB had a tough time doing, if you remember...In the same vein, did producers ever feed you lines? KC: The only time producers fed me lines on Laguna Beach were more fake phone calls or pickup scenes.
The show's fifth season ended Tuesday night as the unlikely pair decided to give being boyfriend and girlfriend a shot."I faked relationships, faked fights," Cavallari told Frankle, "I don't care anymore. At this point, it's been so many years." Cavallari made her reality television debut in 2004 when she appeared on in 2009.And according to the shoe designer, both shows were "very much like soap operas." "[On] Laguna Beach, they really just manipulated situations and put us in situations that we normally wouldn't have been in, or we'd have to film something that maybe happened a month ago or hasn't happened yet -- stuff like that," she explained.Lauren (or “LC” as her “friends” call her) is a college dropout loser who couldn’t land Stephen if she had a net; Alex M is a drama-queen; and Taylor is probably faking her sweet-girl exterior because nobody’s that nice — these are the truths as Kristin sees them, and if you’re going to stick around for season 2 (and be honest: you are), you’d better get used to them right now.Season 2 isn’t just a story from the villain’s perspective told to an audience looking to redeem her; it’s the villain welcoming the audience into her clique so she can make them villains, too.They pretended that him and Jayde broke up and I was dating Brody, and Jayde and I got into a huge fight because she saw us in a club. They were together the entire time." As far as the real relationships she made on the show, Cavallari said she still speaks to Heidi Montag "all the time." "[She] is one of the sweetest, nicest girls I think I've ever met. I think she just got caught up in all the hype, which is easy to do," she told Frankel. When I was 18, I probably got caught up in the hype a little bit, too.