Audrina Patridge to Exit The Hills, Pitch Her Own Show

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While the producers of The Hills keep leaving the door open for a new season even with Lauren Conrad retiring at the end of the upcoming bonus episodes (which commence April 6), here's another indicator that the show itself may end:

Audrina Patridge is saying goodbye.

And looking to star in her own show.

The aspiring actress and her fake boobs have signed on to star in a new series from producer Mark Burnett that will focus on her personal and professional life.

"We are truly pleased to have the chance to work with Audrina," Burnett, the creator or Survivor and The Apprentice, tells The Hollywood Reporter.

"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."

Patridge and Burnett will pitch their still-untitled show to networks next week.

Audzo tried to break away from The Hills before, but that's proven about as effective as her efforts to ditch loser boyfriend Justin-Bobby. Her first film effort, Into The Blue 2, went straight to DVD (it's due out April 21).

Lauren Conrad recently confirmed she will leave the MTV reality show after five seasons (and two seasons of Laguna Beach prior to that), saying: "I'm excited to go back to having just one life, because there were times I got them confused."

Would you watch an Audrina Patridge reality show? Leave us comments, and click to enlarge recent pics of Audrina doing her thing (going to clubs):

Audzo Photo
Audrina Looks Out
Frankie and Audrina
Audrina and Frankie
Audrina and a Pal
New Reality Star

[Photo Credits: Splash News Online]

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