Kristin Cavallari Admits 'Most of My Stuff Wasn't Real' on 'The Hills'

Kristin Cavallari
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"I'm just happy that more people are finally coming out and saying that stuff isn't real."

Kristin Cavallari is spilling some tea about The Hills.

During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Wednesday, a caller asked the 32-year-old reality star about Whitney Port's recent claim that her infamous 2006 trip to Paris never happened. Cavallari noted that this particular dramatic storyline was before her time -- she joined the show in 2009 -- but confirmed that much of the show was not real.

"I've never heard that, but I can tell you, most of my stuff wasn't real. So I'm gonna take that road and say maybe it's true. I'm just happy that more people are finally coming out saying that stuff isn't real because for the longest time it was just me."

Even though the realness of the hit show is questionable, it's coming back to TV this summer with a reboot, The Hills: New Beginnings. Starring Port, Audrina Patridge, Heidi MontagSpencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt and more original cast members, the reboot is also set to include newcomers Mischa Barton and Brandon Thomas Lee, Tommy Lee's son.

"It's interesting, I would say," Cavallari said of Barton joining the series. "... I'm curious, like, everyone else to see it. I can't wait." 

As for who may be bringing the drama this season, Cavallari, who still keeps in touch with Patridge, Montag and Brody Jenner, said, "I hear Stephanie Pratt is sort of stirring the pot." 

While Cavallari isn't set to star on the show -- she currently has her own series, Very Cavallari, on E! --  she recently told ET's Katie Krause that she'd "love to make a cameo."

"I can’t because of Very Cavallari," she said of not joining the series. "But, I mean... I would love to be a part of it in a small way."

The Hills: New Beginnings premieres on MTV June 24.