In a new memoir, Audrina Patridge will tell all about ‘The Hills.’


In a new memoir, Audrina Patridge will tell all about ‘The Hills.’

Audrina Patridge intends to tell the entire story of “The Hills.”

According to E! News, the reality star, who debuted on the MTV series in 2006 and returned for the “Hills: New Beginnings” relaunch more than a decade later, has stated that she will release her memoir in May 2022.

Patridge told the newspaper, “Everything that everyone wants to know is literally in the book.” “You’ll be startled by other things in there, too,” says the author, “that have been strewn around in the media over the years, but nobody really knew the true tale of what happened.”

Audrina will devote a section of the book to her experiences on ‘The Hills.’

Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Jason Wahler, Justin Whitney Port, and Patridge’s ex-boyfriend Justin Bobby Brescia reunited for “The New Beginnings” spinoff in 2018. In the book, titled “Choices,” she hopes to discuss her co-stars.

Audrina has feuded with Spencer Pratt on the new edition of the program, and she is no longer friends with series star Lauren Conrad. However, she teased E! that she didn’t write anything “particularly harsh, unpleasant, or sour towards anyone” in her book, and that none of her co-stars should be “nervous” about what’s in it.

Audrina went on to say that writing the book brought back recollections of events she had forgotten about.

“I filtered out a lot of stuff once the first round of ‘The Hills’ concluded,” Audrina revealed. The founder of Prey Swim claimed she’ll deliver the “juicy inside scoop on ‘The Hills’ and the Hollywood scene in the 2000s.”

She went on to say, “Things that I’ve never revealed or shared with anyone.”

Audrina will also discuss her rough marriage and divorce with BMX racer Corey Bohan, with whom she has a 5-year-old daughter, Kirra, as well as her off-camera affair with actor Chris Pine while filming the first “Hills,” according to People.

Audrina’s book is characterized as “the unvarnished truth about being young and carefree in Los Angeles, filming ‘The Hills,’ and obtaining access to the most exclusive parties, gourmet restaurants, and VIP clubs,” according to a synopsis provided on the Simon and Schuster website.

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