Kristin Cavallari looks damn good in a bikini.
The same can't be said for how she looks on TV screens, however, according to The Hills fan base, which is dwindling with each passing episode.
MTV dredged up Kristin Cavallari, former Laguna Beach bad girl, in hopes that she could inject new life into its struggling cash cow, The Hills.
So far, the new season can be summed up in two words: Epic. Fail.
Somewhere in West Hollywood, Lauren Conrad is probably ROTFL.
Ratings for The Hills are down by a third this season, i.e. as soon as LC called it a reality TV career and the network inexplicably decided that the "reality" show could go on just as successfully if they inserted Kristin as the lead character.
Is Kristin Cavallari solely to blame for the viewership decline?
While Kristin's "return" has been disappointing for myriad reasons, Lauren leaving is probably just as big a factor behind the show's declining viewership.
Even though the show was at times contrived and she could be a bit exasperating, LC was always a real person, and one peeps generally liked watching.
Normal Lauren and insane, but entertaining Speidi struck a nice balance. Kristin Cavallari and Justin freaking Bobby as the focal point? Not so much.
A 33 percent dropoff is fairly significant, and will be hard to reverse. At this rate, you have to think the current season of The Hills will be its last.