Is Lauren Conrad having a change of heart about reality TV?

The "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" and "The Hills" alum posted a photo on May 25 that implies she is filming a new reality show for MTV.

"Never thought I'd see the day," she wrote as the caption on this photo of herself being filmed by a cameraman while holding onto a bridesmaid dress from her Paper Crown fashion line.

Never thought I'd see the day....

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MTV is tagged as the photographer, so we can only assume this is Lauren's big news that said she will be tweeting on Tuesday, May 31 at 11 a.m. ET.

On May 31, 2006, the first episode of "The Hills" aired, and ever since, Lauren has been vocal about reality TV. Based on what she's said, is bringing you five reasons why we'd be surprised to see Lauren on another reality show.

1. Reality TV affected her reputation.

In 2013, she told Lucky magazine that she thought reality TV "did not help" her reputation as a designer. "It was difficult to be taken seriously," Lauren said.

2. She had real fights on set.

Recently, she told Us Weekly a story about filming her "The Hills" Season 3 visit to Paris that aired in 2008. "In Paris, they wanted me to kiss that boy good night," she said. "And I got into a huge fight with my producer in the lobby! He was like, 'You didn't even give him a kiss good night.' And I was like, 'I don't like that boy — why would I kiss him good night?!'"

3. And remember that time she was locked in a basement?

Lauren opened up to Us Weekly earlier this month about how the producers had locked her in a basement during Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt's April 2009 wedding.

"The power went out, the generator went out and I said, 'I need to leave!'" she shared. "And [producers] wouldn't let me leave! They literally locked me in the basement with two security guards and wouldn't let me leave! And I was like, 'You can't keep me here!' I was throwing a fit!"

4. She doesn't want her kids to follow in her footsteps.

"I definitely wouldn't encourage my child to do reality television," she told Redbook magazine in their April 2015 issue.

5. Did she ever even want to be on reality TV?

"I hoped I didn't [have to stay on TV]," she told Marie Claire in their July 2013 issue. "Everybody told me to stay on TV. Nobody wanted me to leave."

We always knew it was never really a goodbye, LC!