It is more of a pills stolen from parties kind of habit now.

Just because she landed a gig in a format she swore she would never do years ago because she needs the money, doesn't mean she has kicked her drug habit. This former A- list mostly television actress just has a cheaper habit than she used to. It is more of a pills stolen from parties kind of habit now.

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Just because she landed a gig in a format she swore she would never do years ago because she needs the money, doesn’t mean she has kicked her drug habit.

This former A- list mostly television actress just has a cheaper habit than she used to.

It is more of a pills stolen from parties kind of habit now.

Mischa Barton

Mischa Barton throw shade at The Hills years before announcing she’s joining the cast

Welcome to The Hills, bitch.

Barton took to Instagram to share a video of herself listening to Bedingfield’s Unwritten and The Hills theme song wearing sunglasses before taking them off and pronouncing “Welcome to The Hills, bitch.”

“The secret’s out… I’m joining the cast of The Hills,” Barton wrote alongside the video. “When MTV approached me with the chance to be a part of the reality show that was inspired by The O.C., it felt like the perfect opportunity for an irresistibly inviting new chapter.”

And while it’s certainly seems like the perfect casting choice, a video has surfaced online of an interview Barton took part in for Fearne Cotton’s Fearne And… for ITV2 in 2011.

In the clip that’s recently surfaced, Barton makes it clear she didn’t have time for The O.C. reality spinoffs that hit our TVs after the success of the fictional teen drama.

“Would you go back in time and do The O.C. again?” Cotton can be heard asking the actor.

“I don’t know. I mean it’s one of those things that I don’t think you can really ask yourself because as fun as it was and as cool as it was, it spawned all these kind of reality TV shows like the real O.C. and the real Laguna or whatever and that’s gotten a bit out of control and I don’t think that’s supporting anything too positive,” Barton replies. “For me, it’s a bit funny because I feel like I almost aided the problem for young girls and for that genre.” – Source