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Audrina Patridge, Courtesy of LATIMES.com

Audrina Patridge, Courtesy of LATIMES.com

Lauren Conrad is not the only actor to jump the MTV ship.

Audrina Patridge will be leaving MTV’s “The Hills” after the fifth season which airs April 4.

Though she is leaving the show, she will continue to stay in the reality television pocket. Patridge will a show given to viewers by Mark Burnett Productions. The new show will focus on her personal and professional life.

“We are truly pleased to have the chance to work with Audrina,” Burnett said. “She has already proved her star quality, and we can’t wait to show her fans worldwide the next stage of her life and career.”

Will you bother to watch Audrina Patridge’s show?

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MTV‘s popular show “The Hills” will air Monday April 4 at 10pm. The trailer premiered earlier this month.  

However, according to the show’s executive producer, Adam DiVello, the sneak peak was misleading. “What you see in the trailer is deceiving,” DiVello told E!.“You’ll see that in one of the first few episodes of the season, that when [Lauren and Heidi] wake up the next morning from that [reconciliation], things may not be as they had hoped.”

When asked if another season after this one will be recorded, he answered that it will as long as there are still stories to tell.

Two light spoilers from The Hollywood Gossip.com:

 Lauren Bosworth (Lo) will be a front runner of the season. Since Lauren Conrad is leaving the show are they preparing Lo to have her own series?

 Spencer Pratt is sad to see Conrad go. He told E!, “I’m actually very depressed. Who am I gonna beef out with? I gotta find some new enemy on the show.”

 

Villain of the Spencer Pratt of The Hills, courtesy of Goggle Images

Villain of the Spencer Pratt of The Hills, courtesy of Goggle Images

 

 

Will you watch the new season?

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In an interview for the April 2009 Seventeen Magazine issue, Lauren Conrad said that she would be leaving “The Hills” which airs on MTV.

The fashion designer told Seventeen, “My biggest thing with the show was that I wanted to walk away from it while it’s still a great thing. I always want to remember it that way. I gave MTV a deadline and said, “This is as long as I can do it and stay sane.’ ”

Will you continue to watch? [I won’t!]

 

Courtesy of Google Images

Courtesy of Google Images

“There are episodes that I watch when I actually annoy myself. I just want to be like, ‘Get it together!” 

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