Audrina Patridge: Don't Count On A Movie Version of 'The Hills'
I've had a pretty good day.
The sky is blue. All the leaves are green. My heart's as warm as a baked potato. My coffee tastes superb. I have a healthy but filling breakfast in my belly.
But what tops all that? This one fact: former "The Hills" cast member Audrina Patridge assuaging the world's concerns via TMZ and assuring us that a feature-length version of "The Hills" will probably never happen, suggesting that just maybe, someone will stop giving these "actresses" money for doing anything but not burning my french fries.
"It's been talked about, but it's probably never going to happen," she told a TMZ cameraman as she left . . . somewhere in a hurry.
Since "The Hills" creators and cast decided in 2010 that six seasons of being a horrible "Sex And The City" knock-off were more than enough, Patridge has enjoyed a decent run on the 11th season of "Dancing With The Stars" where she finished seventh overall, a few minor film roles such as "Into The Blue 2" and "Sorority Row," and the April 2011 debut of her own MTV reality show "Audrina."
Still, she says, what's done is apparently (mercifully) done.
And that's not too surprising. There's been more bickering among this bunch of Triple-Z List pseudo celebs during and after the show than people can keep up with.
What's more, I can't fathom who would really still give two craps about Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavalarri, Heidi Montag, Whitney Port or even Patridge this many eons after their respective 15 minutes have been up.
Give Patridge this much: when the TMZ camera chimp asked her what she thought about the Hollywood Walk of Fame brass refusing to add reality TV "stars," she honestly replied, "That's for actors."
Thus making her the grounded, sensible one . . . that is to say, The Queen in the Land of One-Eyed Women.