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THE GANG'S ALL HERE
She joined The Hills under the tagline "The Bitch Is Back," but Kristin Cavallari wants to be remembered another way. "I actually think that I'm a positive influence for younger girls because I speak my mind and I don't let people walk all over me," she says.
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AUDRINA AND KRISTIN
Audrina Patridge and Cavallari got off to a rough start when the blonde went after Patridge's ex. But coming into the final season, Patridge has no regrets. "When I was with Justin there were a lot of fights and tears," she says. "Now I look back at those moments where I was so sad, and I'm laughing at them."
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One of the show's original cast members, Patridge wouldn't think twice about doing The Hills all over again. "I feel very lucky and very happy with where I'm at now," she says. "I think I've grown, and that I've matured in a good way."
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He's been The Hills' resident ladies' man, but it's Jenner's rift with Spencer Pratt that's left a mark. "I feel like I lost my best friend in the world," he says, "and he went one way, and I went the other, and we just sort of separated."
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BRODY AND KRISTIN
Jenner has nothing but good wishes for his former flame, saying, "I'm just so happy for everyone, and I wish nothing but health and happiness, really I do, on all of my castmates. I just want us all to look back on this experience and think that it was a good time."
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"I've been doing reality and working with MTV and this particular group of people since my senior year of high school," says Bosworth, "so having it come to an end is really bizarre because this is what I've known my life to be for the past seven years."
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STEPHANIE, AUDRINA, KRISTIN AND LO
The brains behind the nickname "Justin Bobby," Bosworth credits her Hills legacy to the fans. "I think that I'll be remembered as the girl that always has something to say," she says, "and who brings in the opinion of the viewer more than anyone else."
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Her stint on The Hills has made Pratt wary. "I've learned that you can't trust everybody," she says. "I've been burned by even my best friends who weren't on the show ... It's the people in my real life who ended up turning on me when I got famous."
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"It's funny because I started on Laguna Beach ... I've known a lot of these people for six, seven years," says Cavallari. "Anytime something is over it's a little sad, it's bittersweet, because a huge part of your life has ended but you can hopefully go on to bigger and better things."
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