Audrina Patridge and family attend the Ok! Magazine Toasts Hollywood's Sexiest Singles event at the Lexington Social House on April 14, 2011 in Hollywood, California.
In other Audrina news, according tvguide.com to Audrina is now admitting that Lauren and Justin Bobby really did hook-up during filming of 'The Hills'!
Unbelievable but true, according to Audrina, who vividly recalls all the turmoil involved with co-starring on MTV's watershed reality show. "They did! You don't even know... There's so much more that no one really knows about," she says. (Of course, Patridge told reporters at the time that she came around, that she really believed nothing happened between her friend and boyfriend — after all, there was a hit series to continue.)
With those days behind her, she's a lot less censored. "They really did! I wouldn't have overreacted," she says, pausing for lunch in the middle of a whirwind media tour to promote her new VH1 series Audrina. "I'm not going to get into it now because it's old news and I really don't care. But that was the biggest 'friend' drama I'd ever went through." Such was life on The Hills, the reality phenomenon that she says became more manipulated as it went along.
It wasn't all fun but Patridge, who turns 26 next month, has gained perspective. Since The Hills premiered, she's worked consistently as a model, shot two movies (the horror film Sorority Row and Into the Blue 2) and competed on ABC's massively popular Dancing With the Stars — all of which she says would never have come along without the show.
For her own series Patridge set some ground rules: Everything would be fair game.
"I really wanted the show to be whatever was going on in my life at that moment. I don't want the show to be something I need to make up or make interesting. I didn't want to create scenes," she says. "I wanted it to work like, 'Here's what's going on, let's bring the cameras and film and see what happens' — and that's what it was."
In many ways, Patridge is just grateful Audrina made it on air. Before landing at VH1, the project was developed for sister network MTV two years ago, while the Hills was still important to the network (aka pre-Jersey Shore.) "It was fifth season, and I was done. I was out of my contract! Click here to continue reading.
credit - tlfan, zimbio, Denise Martin at tvguide.com
~Kelli at Hills Freak
~Kelli at Hills Freak