‘Not saying anything!’ Mischa Barton shuts down radio interview when asked if she hooks up with Justin Bobby on The Hills
She has joined the cast of MTV reality reboot The Hills.
And Mischa Barton hinted on Tuesday that she could have a romance storyline with the show’s lovable ‘bad boy’ Justin Bobby.
The 33-year-old actress shut down a question about whether she ‘ended up’ with Justin during an appearance on The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
‘Not saying anything!’ Mischa Barton (pictured) shut down a question about ‘hooking up’ with Justin Bobby on The Hills during an interview with The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Tuesday
When asked about Justin, Mischa chose her words carefully, saying: ‘He is so easy to deal with…’
‘Has he changed?’ host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson then asked. ‘Because back in the day he was not a good guy!’
Mischa responded by saying fans will have to watch The Hills on MTV to find out.
Cat got your tongue? When asked about Justin (pictured), Mischa chose her words carefully, saying: ‘He is so easy to deal with…’
‘Oh God… don’t tell me you hook up with him, Mischa?’ asked radio host Kyle Sandilands.
But Mischa wasn’t giving any spoilers away, leading Jackie to say: ‘Oh well, she’s not saying anything!’
Elsewhere in the interview, Mischa revealed she had never even watched The Hills before being cast for its remake.
Mystery solved! Elsewhere in the interview, Mischa confirmed that much of her character’s designer wardrobe on The O.C. was actually ‘fake’ – at least for the show’s first season
‘I never watched it [but] I’ve known the guys for a long time. I’ve seen them around at parties and events and stuff,’ she said.
She also spoke about her famous role as Marissa Cooper on U.S. teen drama The O.C. back in the 2000s.
Mischa confirmed that much of her character’s designer wardrobe was actually ‘fake’ – at least for the show’s first season.
She was asked about claims made by The O.C.’s former costume designer that Marissa’s Chanel bags were actually cheap counterfeits.
‘We had carte blanche with whatever we wanted with them.’
She did acknowledge, however, that the designer clothes and accessories featured in the first season may have been fakes.
Setting the record straight: Mischa acknowledged that the designer clothes and accessories featured in the first season of The O.C. may have been fakes. Pictured with Michael Cassidy (left) and Rachel Bilson (centre) on season two in 2004
‘The first season [may have been] more fake,’ she said.
Marissa Cooper would famously bring her statement Chanel handbag to high school during season one of The O.C.
This gesture helped establish her as the show’s resident ‘rich girl’ in the affluent Californian community of Orange County.
Statement piece: Marissa Cooper would famously bring her statement Chanel handbag (pictured) to high school during season one of The O.C.