Audrina Patridge Fakes It On “The Hills”

Posted: Jan 8 2014, 7:38am CST | by , in Other Stuff


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Audrina Patridge Fakes it on “The Hills”
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The beautiful and glamorous Audrina Patridge has acknowledged taking part in fake fights with her co-stars on Reality TV show “The Hills”. Her confession of engaging in fakery on set doesn’t come as much of a surprise though.

She has finally admitted to the truth. Audrina Patridge spoke openly in a recent interview about the time she spent on Reality TV show “The Hills”. According to Audrina, many times the partially authentic script called for forced actions that she had to perform whether she wanted to or not.

She especially mentioned a fight she had with fellow thespian Kristin Cavallari. It was part of the script so the two played along. In other words, they didn’t have any real life issues. It was just a make-belief game in which they had to play a role. And so they did what they had to despite the antipathy to quarrelling with each other.

In her own words, Patridge says that the producers cornered them at a certain point when they were running short of time. They were ordered to fake a fight or they wouldn’t be allowed to leave the set. So they had to obey the demands of the moment.

Now that it has been years since “The Hills” appeared to wow audiences, the star Audrina has decided to break the silence. However, she does report that on the whole it was a guided yet real enough situation she was in. So it wasn’t all a falsehood. There was some truth to the Reality TV phenomenon even if it was a little overdone.

Source: E

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