If you just can't get enough of Audrina Patridge, it's your lucky day. The reality starlet, 25, who was made famous by MTV's The Hills, is now helming her own show on VH1, appropriately titled Audrina.

The series, which premiered Sunday night and is already creating Internet buzz, picks up where The Hills, which stopped filming last year, left off, focusing this time on Patridge, her family, and her relationship with the paparazzi. It aims to add a little depth to the characters, though the debut episode pretty much amounted to a lot of shots of Patridge in a bikini.

"I never really got a chance to voice my opinion or to show my side," she told The Los Angeles Times of her stint on The Hills. "I never allowed MTV to film my family life or more deeply into my personal life. This show, everyone is going to see everything."

As a veteran of the hit ABC show Dancing with the Stars, Patridge also has some advice for the new season's contestants. "I know as the season goes on the hours get longer and it gets harder. Keep up the good work, it's an amazing experience, unforgettable," she told OK!. —KIMBERLY STEELE


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