MTV Might Be Rebooting ‘The Hills’ — See Who Will (and Won’t) Return
Rumors of a Hills reboot have once again sprouted up online.
According to Us Weekly, MTV is considering relaunching the early 2000s reality staple after seeing the "mega success" of their Jersey Shore revival, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, but with one caveat: Lauren Conrad, who left the show midway through its fifth season, will not return.
“The rest of the crew is all still friends besides her,” a source told the outlet. “Everyone else is down to do it.”
That includes Audrina Patridge, who told Us she was "not opposed" to the possibility, as well as Whitney Port.
"I mean, people are talking about it a little, but there’s nothing actually like concrete in the works," Port explained. "I think it would be hard to get everybody back together again just because we’re all in such different places, but it’d definitely be something fun.”
Kristin Cavallari, who took over as lead after Conrad's exit, also revealed she'd be in for a reunion earlier this year.
“I would love nothing more than a Hills reunion. I think it would be so much fun,” she said on former castmates Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt’s podcast, Make Speidi Famous Again, in February.
Another person who's definitely not on board, though? Lo Bosworth, Conrad's BFF throughout the series. While speaking on her Lady Lovin’ podcast in February, the TV personality said that an executive had reached about getting the gang back together, but she wasn't interested.
“I was like, ‘F—k, no! I don’t want any association with those people,’” Bosworth recalled.
As of yet, there's no official word on whether or not a Hills reboot is happening, but Cavallari is set to star in her own reality series, Very Cavallari, premiering July 8. Perhaps fans will catch a few other familiar faces there.