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Kristin Cavallari Says Very Cavallari’s Not Returning to E!

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Kristin Cavallari Says Very Cavallari Not Returning

It’s the end of an era: Kristin Cavallari‘s reign on reality TV has come to an end, as her hit E! show Very Cavallari will not be returning to the network. The Laguna Beach alum announced the news on social media earlier this week, and we’ve got the details for you below.

Why is Very Cavallari ending?

Kristin Cavallari announced that she would no longer be continuing with Very Cavallari via her Instagram on Tuesday, May 19. She stated in the post that the main reason for her decision was because she is “starting a new chapter” in her life.

The Uncommon James founder has dealt with some major life changes recently, so it makes sense that she might need a break from the cameras. Sometimes you don’t want to show everything in your personal life to the public, you know? You can see Kristin’s official announcement in full below:

Any other details?

While the show’s official Instagram account (@VeryCavallari) has not made a post yet, Deadline reported that E! Entertainment did confirm the ending of Kristin’s show.

The hit reality show ran for 3 seasons on the network, and took fans behind the scenes of Kristin’s work life as she opened her first flagship store in Nashville, Uncommon James. Speaking of which, Kristin’s UJ brand celebrated its third year anniversary recently, and Kristin thanked everyone on IG for their support of her endeavor.

A huge part of the show was Kristin’s personal life, including her marriage to soon-to-be ex-husband, Jay Cutler. While her kids were never featured on camera, her friends sure were. From former BFF Kelly Henderson, to her hairstylist-turned-confidant Justin Anderson, viewers saw how Kristin was outside of work too.

The show also introduced us to the Uncommon James family, including model employee Brittainy Taylor. We’re certainly going to miss seeing Kristin onscreen as this wasn’t the first time she’s taken a break from reality television. You may remember she filled in for Lauren Conrad on the MTV series, The Hills, before taking an 8-year hiatus from the entertainment industry.

We wish Kristin, and the rest of the Very Cavallari crew the best of luck in their new chapters, and a huge thank you for the 3 seasons we did get to see of the show!


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