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Kristin calls their love her "first mature relationship" adding, "he's A few months later, Brody is having relationship problems of his own, and he. Kristin Cavallari: Laguna Beach was definitely not as manufactured as The Hills was for me. Laguna Beach was more putting us in situations. When Lauren left the show, Kristin Cavallari heroically took her . Lauren and Jason Wahler's fraught romance, and subsequent issues for Jason all say they wish that they relationship wasn't so complicated and dramatic.
Do you think that's for better or for worse? That was one thing I used to hate — the fake articles and the crap that they could just come up with.
They would literally just make up stuff. So, do I miss that world? Is it really nice to leave my house looking like shit and not having to think twice about paparazzi? I also love it though when I do go to L. I like to have my picture taken and put some thought into my outfit. I couldn't leave my house without paparazzi catching it. I felt so trapped and hated that feeling. How were you able to rise above negative things said about you?
When Laguna Beach first came out I was just I would go on those chat rooms and people would talk about how they hated me. I was really upset about that. It definitely affected me, but because of that, at such an early age, I had to learn how to shrug it off and think, "It's just a show, these people don't actually know me.
Vintage The person you were portraying on the show wasn't necessarily who you were anyway. I was really upset when I saw the first episode of Laguna Beach because I had been edited in such a way to be the villain that I was just shocked.
I was so young too, and we didn't really know what reality television was. Would I change anything now? No, I wouldn't change anything. Obviously, I eventually wrapped my head around it because I did another season of Laguna Beach and learned to embrace it. Though I don't remember ever making a conscious decision like, "Can I do season two? I think we had a contract. But now in hindsight, I probably could have. How were you able to separate that character from who you were becoming as a young adult?
My on-screen persona really made me look inward and really try to figure out who I was. At 17, you really don't know who the hell you are, but it made me grow up and realize, "I don't think I'm this girl on the show. I know I don't want to be this girl.
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Vintage Do you keep in touch with anyone from those shows? I talk to a lot of people. I definitely keep in touch with most people I would say.
Would you say you were playing even more of a character on The Hills?
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I'm really happy and proud that I can stand by that. Before, with The Hills, I had my show life and show persona and then had a completely separate life off camera. The Hills was easy because we only filmed three days a week. We knew exactly what scenes we were going to be filming and what it was going to be about.
I had fake fights and fake relationships.
I was playing up the villain and was acting essentially. I had a really great experience. Then when the tabloids would write articles and judge me based off of what would happen on the show, I wouldn't get upset because I was so removed from it. It wasn't my actual life.
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How did the show affect your relationships off-screen? With The Hills, those people weren't really in my life until I joined the show. I had known a lot of them, but they really weren't in my circle of friends.
It was very separate, which made it easy in that sense. Laguna Beach was tougher because Stephen [Colletti] was my real boyfriend, and then all the sudden we're being put in situations that we really wouldn't normally be in.
That was really hard because you would see things on the show and then take it personally, and it would only make the problem bigger. When I did The Hills, I knew I had to keep things separate because it's very easy for the lines to get blurred and I didn't like that feeling. I think now for me it's different because of a few things. I'm not in the middle of the girl drama anymore; that's not my life anymore and it's great.
I'm executive producer, so I've seen the whole season and can have something taken out if I need to. We're not going to put anything out there that could potentially damage us, it is what it is.
Jimmy Choo Would you ever do a different show like The Real Housewives or something, where you weren't in control?
I wouldn't only because I am too old for that shit. I don't want to have those catty girl fights, that's just so not my life anymore. I had to go back and watch clips from Laguna Beach and The Hills and it made me cringe because, ugh, that was my world!
Fighting about the dumbest shit on the planet. Whether it was amplified or not, I was still doing it and I want no part of that anymore. So, would I do the Housewives? Will I watch it? Sure, but I want no part of it. Are your kids on the show? You'll see me talk about them a little bit and Facetiming them, but no.
They had so much chemistry on screen, so it just seemed natural that they would have the same chemistry off-screen, too. But according to an interview in GQ, Ryan said that their busy schedules were the downfall of the relationship. They were both spread too thin to make time for each other. It just feels like it was forever ago! According to Hello Giggles, their relationship was pretty much doomed from the beginning. These two were just never meant to last. Nick said that dating Paris was a bad idea for him—he ended up going out and partying much more than he would have normally, and it distracted him from his work.
They also got into fights over some silly things. It was a sad time—it was clear that Jen was very unhappy with the way everything ended, and we really did feel bad for her at the time.
She said it was very difficult. For a while, they were THE power couple in Hollywood—Mariah was always at the top of the charts, and it was like everything she touched turned to gold. Online, the two of them still love each other and care deeply about each other.
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Nick says that Mariah is the strongest woman he knows. Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morrissette? Well, once upon a time, before Ryan married Blake Lively, these two were happy as can be. According to Zimbio, the two were even engaged at one point! It just goes to show that sometimes, opposites can attract. Alanis said that Ryan was always very supportive of her, but it seems like since their split, they have probably dropped all contact. After all, they are both married to other people now.
Of course, we all know that he dated Demi Lovato for a few years, but before then, he dated Mandy Moore! According to People, things did not end on a positive note between the two of them. She has gotten upset about a few things he has said about her in the press since the relationship ended. They were costars on the popular TV show The O.