If you thought "The Hills" drama left when Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari did, you're wrong.
Stephanie Pratt actually thinks there's more drama in "The Hills: New Beginnings" than in the original MTV reality series.
"It was really fun at first, and now it’s like a nightmare," Pratt, 31, told Us Weekly of the reboot.
"There’s a big divide ... You know, the stakes are a lot higher. We've got couples who are married with kids," she said. "It's not kind of just like, 'Oh, you cheated at the bar.' This is way more life-changing kind of stuff. I'm scared for everyone. And for myself. It's going to be gnarly."
Pratt will star in the series with her brother, Spencer, sister-in-law Heidi Montag, Justin Bobby Brescia, Brody Jenner and wife Kaitlynn Carter, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Mischa Barton, Jason Wahler and Frankie Delgado.
Cavallari and Conrad declined to appear on the series, though Cavallari, who stars in her own reality show, "Very Cavallari," is hoping for a crossover episode.
"The Hills: New Beginnings" is slated to debut next year.