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Kristin Cavallari admitted to faking relationships on "The Hills" during a recent taping of the "Bethenny" show.
The former reality TV star, 26, appeared on the hit reality TV show from 2009 to 2010 and she revealed that there was actually never any reality in the storylines. Cavallari made her mark on the show as a controversial villain which she attributes to scripted storylines and staged scenes, according to Daily Mail UK.
"I had fake relationships, fake fights... I knew exactly what I was getting into," she told talkshow host Bethenny Frankel in an episode set to air Friday.
"I knew exactly the character they wanted me to be, so I said, 'I'm game. What do you want me to do?' she explained.
The former MTV star became a rival to fan favorite Lauren Conrad due to her tumultuous relationship with E! star Brody Jenner. The trio often found themselves in a bizarre love triangle which Cavallari revealed was also contrived.
"They pretended like him and [his ex] Jade broke up and I was dating Brody and then Jade and I got in a huge fight because she saw us out at the club, which wasn't real at all. They were together the entire time," Cavallari said referencing another one of Jenner's love interests on the show.
The new Mom appears to have moved on from the world of reality TV as she is now happily married to NFL star Jay Cutler and expecting her second child. The couple, who share a one-year-old son, is yet to learn the gender of their unborn baby.
"'I'm going to have my doctor write it on a piece of paper and we're going to open it on Christmas together," she said about learning her unborn baby's gender.
"That's so cute," Frankel replied.
The couple wed in June in a small ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee, less than one year after Cavallari gave birth to the couple's first child, Camden Jack Cutler.