I have to make the embarrassing admission that I’ve started watching The Hills again since Kristin Cavallari came back. I am a lifelong, card-carrying Kristin hater, but, damn, that crazy bitch makes good television. I never thought I could make the switch from LC to KC, but it happened, and I’m sort of in love.
That said, I missed Tuesday night’s episode, because I was busy flaking on Ignite Seattle (sorry guys!) and instead making my date watch Bad Girls Club and follow Saranden and Sierra’s real-time chat on OxygenLive.com (which was a giant hit tonight — THANK YOU to everyone who participated!!! We’re still kind of on a high about how well it went!)
BGC‘s season premiere was freakin’ amazing — everyone is fantastically catty and horrid, and I just can’t love that show enough. One of the girls called Rihanna a “punk-ass bitch” who deserved to get hit and then she got kicked out of Saddle Ranch for throwing her Red Bull at the bartender (classy times two!) and then there was a giant catfight among the tough girls back at the house over who was “harder.” (Answer: My date! HA!!!)
But I guess while I was watching the Bad Girls Club bitches, The Hills was having its season finale party, and Kristin was talking about her regrets from this season. Being a boyfriend-stealing soulless bitch? Not among them. Instead?
It’s her now-infamous girl kiss that she kind of wished didn’t happen. “I think that sort of my I-wish-I-didn’t moment was when I made out with Stacie in Vegas,” she explained. “That was one episode I had to call my dad and say, ‘Dad, sorry — this is going to be your least favorite episode.’ ”
It was a moment that not only surprised the audience at home, but also her father. “He said, ‘Great.’ He was like, ‘Oh, great,’ and then when he called me — sometimes he’ll call me after every episode just to talk about it — he didn’t say one word about the episode. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing … it’s probably a bad thing,” she laughed.
I’m sure her dad really appreciates her going on the record about that. Like, “My parents don’t care that I’m basically a moral-free whore, but OH MY GOD are they homophobes!” Nice, Kristin.