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MTV Said No 'The Hills' Beyond Season 6

April 26, 2010 (7:19 am) GMT
Although Kristin Cavallari said the network could do another 12 episodes, MTV's head of programming denied this and said they want to end in on a high note.

The producers and cast of hit reality show "" were in talks to extend the show's ending after discovering series exes and still have feelings for each other. Cavallari revealed there were plans to shoot an extra 12 episodes that could revolve around her relationship with hunk Jenner, who is reportedly dating .

She told Eonline.com, "I would like to do it. I'm in such a rhythm with things and I'm having a great time. We're just now starting to get into some really good juicy stuff with a few new people. So I think we could do another 12 episodes and make it pretty good."

"And I can't deny the fact that he (Jenner) is one of the most good looking men in the entire world. We have a lot of fun together. I don't know if we could ever really get back together and be serious, but we are sort of trying to see if we could."

And Cavallari hoped the extended finale will lure former castmate back to the show: "I think it would be so great if she did (come back). There are many different ways of bringing her back."

However, President of Programming and Development of MTV Tony DiSanto, said in a statement to Gossip Cop, "This is truly the last of 'The Hills' because we want the season to go out on a high note that the show deserves and that the fans deserve. This season delivers the drama, the story and the organic culmination of the story."

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