Audrina Patridge Discusses Moving Out, The Hills Drama

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Just when it seemed like Audrina Patridge was patching things up with her roomies LC and Lo, she’s moving out. Last week she made it official.

So what drove her out of the house owned by Lauren Conrad and inhabited by Lauren Bosworth (Lo), with whom Audrina often butted heads?

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“I just wanted my own place,” Patridge recently told Maxim magazine. “If anything, I feel like it will help out all our friendships.”

Well that's ... rather mature and un-scandalous.

It’s no secret that Audrina and Lo don’t exactly get along — but does that mean Lo was to blame for the move, at least in part?

Team Lauren Conrad was not always on the same page.

“The only reason Lo and I are friends is because of Lauren,” she said. “They grew up together and hang out all the time; they’re like the Bobbsey Twins.”

As for LC and her other former roommate, Heidi Montag, Patridge says the much-hyped hatred between the two stars of The Hills is the real deal.

“They really don’t like each other, but I’m friends with both of them,” she said. “When we hang out, I don’t talk about the other. I’m like Switzerland.”

As for the plastic princess, she supports Auds' move.

“It’s the right time in Audrina’s life to move out,” Heidi Montag told People. “I’m very excited for her and I think she’ll do great.”

And if Patridge needs a post-Lauren Conrad pal, she knows who to call. “I love Audrina,” Heidi said. “We were friends before her and Lauren were friends.”

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I wonder just how often Heidi and Audrina meet up these days? Now that Heidi is back with the controlling Pratt!!!!

The Hills Quotes

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Lauren Bosworth [on Cora Skinner]

Someone with a great sense of humor is the most important thing, and someone who really supports me in everything I do... I don’t ever want to make an excuse for trying to work hard and having my own life. I love a guy that supports that and loves that.

Lauren Conrad [on men]
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