Audrina Patridge on Former ‘The Hills’ Co-Star Lauren Conrad: We Don’t Even Speak (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

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Audrina Patridge‘s present doesn’t include much of her past – at least when it comes to her former Hills co-star Lauren Conrad.

“I don’t really talk to Lauren or see her at all,” she confessed to Celebuzz in an exclusive interview.

“I think there was a little of a falling out [between us]. We kind of went our separate ways. The show brought us together and without that show, we all kind of go back to our own thing.”

Patridge does, however, keep in touch with some of her former co-stars.

“I speak with Stephanie [Pratt] every now and then, Kristin [Cavallari],Brody [Jenner] and Justin [Bobby] — I ran into him. That’s it.”

So will the famous California clan ever reunite on the small screen?

Patridge says yes – but not anytime soon.

“Maybe not right now — it’s only been two years,” she said. “G ive it another year or two years, because then everyone will be established. I feel like between two years ago and now, everyone is transitioning and figuring it out.”

The brunette beauty, meanwhile, has definite plans for her future.

“I’m 27 right now so I want to be married before I’m 30,” said Patridge, who’s currently dating BMX-riding Australian hunk Corey Bohan.


And she may even be willing to test the waters of reality TV again; she starred in her own self-titled spin-off show, which was canceled last year after one season.

“I’m not ruling it out. I’m not saying yes; I’m not saying no,” she admitted. “I did it for seven years of my life…you’re still learning and going through experiences and I had to do that on camera. At this point, I know what I want and wouldn’t want. It would depend.”


In the meantime, Patridge is getting back to work.

“I took a little time off and traveled and did my own thing,” she said. “I’m back in LA now and getting into that groove of auditioning, which is really competitive, and doing some hosting classing and modeling gigs. And I have two things we’re going to announce at the end of the year for 2013.”

Any clues?

“They’re really exciting and it has to do with TV,” she teased. “It’ll be fun.”