An admittedly “nervous” Audrina Patridge walked the New York Fashion Week runway for a good cause this week and Access caught up with the reality star to get her thoughts on the cancellation of her old pal Lauren Conrad’s planned reality show.
“God, I feel like I’ve been so out of the loop!” Audrina told Access at the Heart Truth Red Dress Collection 2011 fashion show, benefiting heart disease awareness, on Wednesday. “That’s unfortunate. She’s a smart girl.”
While LC’s show may have been canned, Audrina seems to be having better luck in the reality department and said she’s hard at work filming her own new show.
“I’ve actually been filming my [reality] show – we’ve been filming backstage all day,” the former “Dancing with the Stars” contestant and “The Hills” starlet told Access. “My mom, my family, everyone’s on my show, so, we’ve all been filming together.
“It’s amazing because I get to spend time with my family at the same time,” she added. “It’s great.”
While some people might find the presence of constantly capturing cameras inhibiting, the 25-year-old beauty said she’s not worried about it, given her previous experience on “The Hills.”
“You know what? I’m so used to it now – it’s, you know, I’m fine with it,” Audrina told Access. “No regrets.”
Audrina’s new self-titled show is reportedly being produced by Mark Burnett, the mastermind behind “Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?” and “The Apprentice,” and will air on VH1.
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