Heidi Montag’s Answer To Lack Of Diversity On ‘The Hills’ Just Can’t Be Serious—Can It?

The 2000s must be on their way to coming back in fashion, because Heidi Montag is talking about The Hills again.

For many people Heidi Montag and The Hills was barely relevant in 2006 when it aired on MTV, but now it’s eyeing a reboot starring Mischa Barton.

So people are asking questions and Montag has answers.

Here’s the cast back in their mid-2000s glory.

The series reboot will be called The Hills: New Beginnings and will feature members of the original cast including Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Stephanie Pratt and Whitney Port.

Basically everyone unemployed since the first show ended.

We seem to have seen the last of Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari in The Hills.

But…Heidi Montag is still being a wart.

How, you may ask?

In an interview with Vogue,  she met a question about whitewashing The Hills—not a single person of color ever appeared in the main cast—and her answer was…well…

Infuriating, honestly.

She said:

“We don’t all look the same. I mean, Audrina has darker hair, I feel like Mischa has darker hair. We’re California girls and we’re a group of friends, and that just happens to be the group that came together.”

She continued:

“I have other very diverse friends that are not featured on the show.”

Girlfriend LITERALLY said “some of my best friends are people of color.”

Honestly, why didn’t she just stop?

Even Fox News published an article making fun of her.

It’s true, this girl’s last name DOES mean Monday, aka the worst day of the week.

So, if you were looking for a sign on whether or not to watch The Hills Are Alive, I mean New Beginnings, this looks like a pretty clear cue to do literally anything else.

Perhaps go out and learn about the world, instead of learning about rich White people “problems.”