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Audrina's Star on the Rise?


So this is interesting. Apparently, Audrina Patridge is set to have her own spin-off series. First Whitney, now the Dreen-Ster? The series will follow her work and family life, something that promises to be much "edgier" than The Hills (Audrina's words quoted from Us Weekly - not mine).

Well now let's think about this guys. She does "work" at a record label. And she does "date" bad boy Justin Bobby. And she does don some leathers occasionally. So yes, her show should be much edgier . .
Looks like this MTV alum will be shopped around to various networks, but it will be produced by Survivor mastermind Mark Burnett, so it may just have something to it.

I for one will be tuning in so I can see more of the girl who has nailed the blank stare and the girl who doesn't quite know how to commentate on world affairs.
Definitely my cup of tea!

Will you all be tuning in or tuning out (much like Audrina does herself)?

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  1. Anonymous3/31/2009

    Ha! Now this really should be interesting. I can't believe people like this get their own shows.

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  2. Anonymous3/31/2009

    wow . . Burnett said she has real star potential. What was the movie she was in again . . .

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