Huge fan of all that drama on "The Hills"? Well, it couldn't have been any faker -- just ask Kristin Cavallari.
"I had fake relationships, fake fights. I don't care anymore, I can tell you. At this point, it's been so many years," the star of the MTV reality series said on "Bethenny" on Thursday (Dec. 20).
"What [the producers] would do, if we were out at lunch, if we were out in public, they would text us what to say so that if you were there at the restaurant, you wouldn't see what they were doing," she continued. "So, we'd look at our phones, we'd go, 'Blah blah blah, I can't believe you said this, blah blah blah' and we'd look at our phone again."
This is hardly the first time "The Hills" has come under fire for being a not-so-real reality show. Earlier this month, Cavallari opened up to Andy Cohen about how scripted it was.
"It was fun, 'cause you're acting," she said. "And that was more fun for me."
To find out what else Cavallari had to say about "The Hills," head over to Bethenny.