Send us your suggestions. There were a few awkward moments Audrina and her totally real rack that's what she's still claiming, right? First Lauren, now Audrina? Don't these girls do anything other than Justin Who?
Audrina Naked for Playboy??
'The Hills' star Audrina Patridge responds to nude photos surfacing - Reality TV World
Pulling from the same well that contains such chestnuts as "I was being treated for exhaustion," "The pot wasn't mine" and "Creative differences," Audrina Patridge has issued a missive to her fans, shedding light on why she shed her clothes nearly five years ago for Playboy photogs. The photos were for personal and portfolio use only and not meant to be seen by the public. I hope people can learn from my inexperience. Have you learned from Audrina's inexperience? Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices.
Audrina Patridge Dealt with 'Haters' After Having a Baby Before Marriage: 'Who Are They to Judge?'
Audrina Patridge is a married woman now. The baby was a surprise. And I was like, you know what? At the end of the day nobody is perfect.
Audrina Patridge put on a brave face Monday, and in what might be the understatement of the week, told MTV News, "I miss my privacy, but it's something that comes with what I'm doing right now. Just hours before the New York premiere for the next 10 episodes of "The Hills," Patridge, Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port admitted that tough times — like when controversial nude photos of Patridge surfaced last week — can be a bit difficult to navigate. Port explained that while the trio will often lean on each other when headlines scream across magazine covers and blogs, "It's a little awkward because sometimes [we] don't want to talk about it. Still, they were more than willing to discuss boundaries the show and media may have crossed, and where they see themselves once "The Hills" goes off the air. Acknowledging the catch each of the reality stars faces, Conrad said, "The problem with being on a reality show is that you're not really in a position to tell people to stay out of your personal life, because your career is filming your personal life.