Kristin Cavallari looked like she was in a summer mood this week as she spent time in West Hollywood.
The Uncommon James founder was seen in a white top with matching sandals as she added acid-washed and ripped blue jeans as she posed in a beige bedroom.
“LA days,” wrote the reality TV star who traveled to California for meetings. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee these days.
Summer whites: Kristin Cavallari seemed to be in a summer mood this week as she spent time in West Hollywood
The beauty wore her blonde hair and wore heavy makeup as she modeled gold jewelery from her Uncommon James line.
She was both seated and standing for her mini social media photoshoot.
It comes after the star, who shot to fame on The Hills original series, gave her unfiltered opinion on the upcoming reboot.
Last month, it emerged that MTV was developing a show called The Hills: Next Gen with a whole new cast of young people.
An 80s look: The Uncommon James founder was seen in a white top with matching sandals as she added blue acid-washed and ripped jeans
By hosting E! News’ Daily Pop Kristin, 35, said the way Next Gen was announced was “a slap in the face” for older The Hills stars who returned for the previous New Beginnings revival.
She shared that Next Gen felt like “a totally different show,” saying, “If they have a brand new cast, what are you even going to call it The Hills?”
Around the time her prickly remarks went public, Kristin was spotted swinging by Craig’s, West Hollywood’s celebrity hotspot.
She cut a summery figure in a pale green cocktail dress that hugged her enviable figure and fell enticingly off the shoulder.
Out West: “LA days,” wrote the reality TV star who traveled to California for meetings. She calls Nashville, Tennessee home these days
The Hills first aired on MTV from 2006 to 2010 as a spinoff of Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, the show that made Kristin a star.
Kristin was a prominent figure in the original cast of The Hills, alongside names like Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Brody Jenner, Spencer Pratt and Lauren Conrad.
Several of the original cast members reunited for a sequel series called The Hills: New Beginnings, but Kristin was not part of that project.
Sitting pretty: The beauty sported her blonde hair and wore heavy makeup as she modeled gold jewelery from her Uncommon James line
Closer look: She was both seated and standing for her mini social media photo shoot
At the time, she was already starring in her own standalone reality series Very Cavallari, which ran from 2018 until she decided to end it in 2020.
The Hills: New Beginnings started in 2019 with original cast members like Audrina, Heidi, Spencer, and Brody, but was canceled in January after just two seasons.
Four months later, news broke that The Hills: Next Gen was in the works, featuring an updated cast of people in their twenties.
Kristin this week expressed her sympathy for Audrina, who had returned for New Beginnings only to have it cancelled.
Audrina revealed that MTV did not tell her or her New Beginnings co-stars about her plans to do Next Gen before the news became public.
She loves white: seen on May 29 in a white bikini and beige hat by the pool
“It’s definitely a slap in the face,” Kristin said while hosting the Daily Pop. “I would be a little hurt about that too.”
However, despite her sympathies for Audrina, Kristin was also able to understand the reasoning behind making The Hills with a new cast.
“We’re older now, we have kids, everyone’s a little more concerned about their image,” said Kristin, who is a mother of three herself.
Throwback: Kristin (second from right) is pictured in a commercial for The Hills original series with her co-stars (from left) Stephanie Pratt, Audrina Patridge and Lo Bosworth
“We’re not going to do what we did in our early twenties. They need a little more drama, a little more fun. You gotta bring in the youngsters for that.
A report in UKTN also stated that Next Gen would have more diversity than the original The Hills release and would address issues of race, identity, and class.
It emerged in January that The Hills: New Beginnings was canceled and the cast received the news a week before it was made public.
One of the issues was allegedly that the original stars of The Hills were unhappy with how they thought certain storylines were about the revival.
An insider told TMZ that several stars also balked when producers floated the idea that younger cast members would be cast.