Tell us about Sorority Row.
I play a sorority girl who gets cheated on. And if you cheat on one Theta Pi, you cheat on all Theta Pis, so me and the other sisters decide to pull a prank on my boyfriend—which does not go according to plan. It’s very gory, but it also has a lot of comedy, so when you’re not getting scared and jumping, you’re laughing.
Is this really going to be your last season on The Hills? Why?
You know, it’s just something that I felt inside. I’m an adult now, and I don’t need all the petty drama and drinking and fighting. I’ve done that, and I’m ready to move on.
Can you spill anything about The Audrina Show?
The producer is Mark Burnett, who executive-produced Survivor. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at my life in L.A.—the movies and shoots and parties. It’s not as glamorous as it appears, plus it’ll actually feature people I know. It’s, like, real.
What’s the craziest pick-up line you’ve ever gotten?
This guy at a club once told me, “If you were a door, I would slam you all night long.” I just laughed it off.
The wackiest things Hills star Audrina Patridge has heard about herself?
"That I have chin implants, cheek implants, a nose job ... God, everything," she tells October's Maxim. (For the record, she never denies getting plastic surgery.)
Her love life is scrutinized too.
"I took my brother out one night, and he was my boyfriend the next day," says reality star, 24, who is back on with Australian BMX rider Corey Bohan. "I went out with a cousin another night, then he was my boyfriend. Someone also said I was pregnant with somebody's love child. I was like, 'Do I look pregnant?'"
Patridge also opens up about her Hills pals.
"I barely talk to Lauren," she says of Conrad, who left the show last season. "We'll text every now and then, but that's about it."
As for newlywed Heidi Montag? "Heidi, um, keeps asking me to go to Bible study with her," she says.