Kristin Cavallari is coming back to reality TV, and this time, she’s taking over Nashville and the fashion world on E!.
Raise your hand if you can still remember Kristin from Laguna Beach and The Hills! We know we do. Eight years have flew by and if you’ve been following the personality star on social media, you’d know that Kristin has since left all the teenage love triangles and spring break drama behind.
From a young, SoCal socialite to savvy businesswoman, the reality star will star in the new E! docuseries Very Cavallari. This new series will revolve around Kristin’s new life as a boss, businesswoman, wife, mom and friend in her new home in Nashville as a backdrop. The best part? We’ll get an exclusive inside look at her life and marriage to Jay Cutler!
FEMALE: What can you tell us about the show?
Kristin: The show is called Very Cavallari, and it’s just about my life living in Nashville. It’s been eight years since I wrapped The Hills and the whole world has changed. I am married with three kids now and I have a lifestyle brand, Uncommon James. So it was the perfect time for me to come back to reality TV. My husband (Jay Cutler) has done pro football and for the last seven years or so, we have kind of lived our lives based on his schedule, so now it’s my turn.
F: Did it take some getting used to having cameras around again?
K: I was nervous at first, but after a couple of days, it was just like riding a bike. This time around, I am an executive producer, so for me to be able to know at the end of the day if I really wanted to get something taken off, I probably could. So I had that freedom to be myself and do whatever I wanted knowing that I had that security blanket. It was a nice feeling coming from Laguna Beach, where I had no control and I had no say.
F: So what have you learned what not to do?
K: I feel that there’s nothing that I am not doing, only because I have that EP credit and I feel safe, I feel really safe. Not that when Laguna Beach and The Hills, I really didn’t not do anything either (laughs). Sometimes it got me in trouble, but at the end of the day, I wouldn’t change anything, it really made me who I am today.