"I don't need all the petty drama and drinking and fighting. I've done that, and I'm ready to move on," she said.
Audrina Patridge is ready to grow up – with her own reality show.
"It's just something that I felt inside. I'm an adult now," "The Hills" star said in the October issue of Maxim.
Audrina has previously announced she'll be leaving the MTV reality drama after its upcoming fifth season.
"I don't need all the petty drama and drinking and fighting. I've done that, and I'm ready to move on," she told the mag.
And while Audrina has shared the screen for years with Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag and the rest of the gang, she said when the cameras are off, the friendships cool down.
"I barely talk to Lauren," she said. "We'll text every now and then, but that's about it. Heidi, um, keeps asking me to go to Bible study with her."
Instead, she said her new show, tentatively titled "The Audrina Show," will "actually feature people I know."
"It's, like, real," she explained. "The producer is Mark Burnett, who executive-produced 'Survivor.' It's a behind-the-scenes look at my life in L.A. – the movies and shoots and parties. It's not as glamorous as it appears."
Among those movies is "Sorority Row," which hits theaters on September 11, in which she plays a doomed sorority girl who plays a fearful prank on a cheating boyfriend.
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