• Craig Conover hoped that Kristin Cavallari would appear on "Southern Charm" in the future
  • Cavallari said she's "never going to do" the show despite her friendship with Conover and Austen Kroll
  • She was spotted filming for "The Hills: New Beginnings" Season 2 in February

Kristin Cavallari has addressed her friend Craig Conover's that she will be making an appearance on "Southern Charm."

While Conover earlier suggested there was a chance his friend will show up in future "Southern Charm" episodes, the "Very Cavallari" alum, 34, firmly shot down this claim during a recent interview.

"They say, ‘Never say never,’ but I can confidently say I’m never going to do 'Southern Charm,'" Cavallari told Us Weekly. "I love Craig. I don’t know! I don’t know why he was saying that stuff."

Earlier this month, Conover, 32, said he hoped Cavallari would appear on the Bravo reality series sometime in the future, perhaps when he hosts the opening of his Sewing Down flagship store in Charleston, South Carolina.

"It’s not ruled out at all," he told Us Weekly. "If they’re at the party, then yeah. I think some of our friends from the past six months, you’ll get to see a decent amount of them, which will be really fun."

Cavallari and Conover became friends in fall 2020 after she messaged him that she would be coming to Nashville. She also met his "Southern Charm" co-stars, including Austen Kroll.

"She slid into Craig’s DMs and was like, ‘I’m coming into town,’ so we all went to dinner," Kroll said during an episode of "Watch What Happens Live." "We all kinda hit it off. We wanted to go and visit them, and we did. We all get along so well."

Unfortunately, despite their friendship, Cavallari is not interested in appearing on their show. "I’m never doing 'Southern Charm,'" she reiterated.

But while Cavallari is skipping "Southern Charm," fans will be able to see her in another reality show soon. In February, she was spotted filming with Brody Jenner in Malibu, California, for "The Hills: New Beginnings" Season 2, People reported.

Cavallari was not the only one linked to Bravo's "Southern Charm." Someone from the same show allegedly invited her ex, Jay Cutler, to make an appearance.

"By the way, not naming names, someone on your show was repeatedly asking my soon-to-be ex-husband to come on your show over and over and over," Cavallari said. "This girl just wants me to be seen with her."

Although the "Laguna Beach" alum didn't drop names, it has been speculated that she may be referring to Madison LeCroy, who was linked to her ex.

LeCroy earlier claimed that there was a budding romance between her and Cutler and she kept her mouth shut until he called her a liar. She shared snaps of their messages on Instagram and a photo of them together with the caption, "Too bad it didn't work out."

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Kristin Cavallari remembered her brother, Michael Cavallari, on his second death anniversary this weekend. Pictured: Cavallari arrives at Comedy Central's Roast of Charlie Sheen held at Sony Studios on Sept. 10, 2011 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk