We called it!
Nearly five months ago, OK! asked, 'Is Audrina Patridge ready to quit The Hills.'
And it turns out the answer was a big fat 'yes!'.
Back in November -- days after she signed on for the sixth season -- the ditzy, darling reality star told us that she wanted to make her own show -- but this time it would be about her with her "real friends". (And that makes co-stars Lauren Conrad and company... what exactly?)
Today it was announced that she's inked a deal to appear in a show produced by Survivor creator Mark Burnett.
According to The Live Feed, Burnett's new series will follow Patridge's personal and professional life (her acting career? her life as music video...helper?) and is going to be pitched to networks starting next week.
"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."
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There are no details yet about what exactly it will be about -- but this is what Audrina told us she'd like to do last year: "It'll show me in a different light with my real, true friends who I grew up with. It would be so much fun!"
Fun for Audrina, maybe -- but with Whitney Port in New York, and Lauren leaving as well, could this be the last nail in the coffin for The Hills?