"Very Cavallari," which will air this summer on E!, centers around Kristin Cavallari's new life in Nashville, where she recently relocated with her husband, Jay Cutler, and their three kids.
It’s surprising that Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag might be the ones keeping the cast from reuniting, but Kristin Cavallari said that’s precisely what is happening.
"I have no doubt in my mind — based on all of the details and validations that have came through today — that he didn't intend to end his life," Tyler Henry told Kristin Cavallari.
Adam DiVello, the creator and executive producer of "The Hills" and "Laguna Beach" returns to TV with the Nashville-based docuseries.
Kristin Cavallari explains how she balances a long-distance marriage with motherhood and her busy career.
It was revealed on Monday morning that the quarterback signed a one-year, $10 million contract with the NFL team.
Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler The Hills are alive with the sound … of a new baby girl. Former reality star Kristin Cavallari reality TV alum announced Monday that she and her footballer husband Jay Cutler have welcomed their third child. (Instagram) “Saylor James Cutler was born today at 132pm!!” the 28-year-old captioned an Instagram post. Saylor will have two big brothers looking after her: Camden, 3, and 18-month-old Jaxon. (Instagram) Related: When Kristin Cavallari Knew Jay Cutler Was the One Cavallari shared last month that taking care of several little ones was somewhat intimidating, especially since Cutler, the quarterback for the NFL’s Chicago Bears, is often on the road. “I’m going to be alone with three children a lot, but we’re just going to figure it out,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “I’m not the first mom to do it.
Lauren Conrad and Heidi Montag in happier days Drama, drama, drama! The Hills may have ended five years ago, but people still consider Heidi Montag and her husband, Spencer Pratt, to be two of the biggest villains in reality TV. A title that — though they own it — they don’t necessarily appreciate, especially when it comes to their relationship with Lauren Conrad. PHOTOS: Speidi’s most outrageous moments “I spent years pretending to like her for a living,” Montag, 29, tells Us Weekly of her former roommate and friend. The fact is, she lied about me and tried to destroy my life, yet I was the one painted as the villain so the show could have her as the good guy.” PHOTOS: Lauren Conrad’s wedding album Various cast members from the hit MTV reality series have talked about the show being scripted countless times before, but Montag says that hasn’t changed the public’s perception of her or her husband. Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt (John Shearer/WireImage) “It’s not that I care about [LC] anymore, but it is upsetting to me that everyone knows by now that The Hills was a scripted show, yet people still think the negative stuff about me that the show set up to make me the villain to her hero was real.