"The Hills" is losing another resident: Audrina Patridge.
"I'm almost done with "The Hills." We're in the middle of finishing these episodes, and I'll be leaving then," she revealed at a junket for her new thriller Sorority Row Sunday in Los Angeles.
"It feels like I'm graduating," she added. "I'm taking the next step and growing up and maturing and moving on in my life."
The 24-year-old Patridge -- who is developing her own reality show with Survivor producer Mark Burnett -- said she would like to pursue
"I moved to Los Angeles to be an actress, and before I got onto "The Hills," I was going to auditions and castings and working full-time at [film studios] Quixote Studios and Smashbox," she told reporters.
She credited "The Hills" with helping her be "comfortable in front of the cameras."
Added Patridge, "I feel like it's helped me a lot going to auditions and sitting in front of the camera... blocking the camera out and just getting into character."
The new season of "The Hills," with Kristin Cavallari, premieres Sept. 29 on MTV.
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