Popular reality TV drama "The Hills" ended more than a decade ago, although fans still have an insane love for the crew that made the series a masterpiece.
A reboot is said to be in the works, and it has caused people to remember the old crew, including Audrina Patridge — here is what she and the others have been up to these past few years.
Towards the end of May, MTV confirmed that there would be a reboot of the hit reality series "The Hills," but unlike the one that happened in 2019, which saw some of the original cast return for two seasons, this one will be acted out by an entirely new cast.
Audrina Patridge attends Rolling Stone Live Big Game Experience at Academy LA on February 12, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images
According to some reports, the new cast will be more diverse than the original. It will feature a bunch of friends aged 20+ and ambitious entrepreneurs navigating issues of identity, class, addiction, race, and family life.
The original reality show premiered in 2006 and quickly gained momentum so that by the time it ended four years later, it was already a fan favorite.
Speaking about the new reboot and not being a part of it, Audrina Patridge admitted that she and the other crew members were blindsided by the announcement.
Audrina Patridge at the 2021 Breeders' Cup VIP Event at Del Mar Race Track on November 06, 2021 in Del Mar, California. | Source: Getty Images
She said they were all "kind of shocked" but that it will not stop her from watching the new reboot to see what dramas will play out.
Of course, she's a bit dejected that she won't be involved this time; however, she also knows that adults will not be able to offer enough drama to make the show thrive.
Partridge and the rest of the original crew have made their peace with the fact that their era on the show has ended, and they are now eagerly waiting to see what new battles the younger generation is fighting.
Audrina Patridge attends the SAINT Candles & St. Jude Children's Hospital event on October 07, 2021 in Santa Monica, California. | Source: Getty Images
WHAT HAPPENED TO AUDRINA PATRIDGE AFTER "THE HILLS" ENDED?
For Audrina Patridge, "The Hills" was the beginning of many things, and even though it ended more than a decade ago, she has never forgotten the role it played in her life.
After it ended in 2010, rather than fade into obscurity, she established herself as a true TV star. In 2009, she played Megan in "Sorority Row." The following year, she was listed among other celebrities scheduled to feature on the eleventh series of "Dancing With The Stars."
The year 2011 saw her featured in "Dreammaker." Two years later, she played herself in "Scary Movie 5." Outside TV, she runs a bikini brand named Prey Swim, and it is something she works hard to keep running while she appears on TV.
Audrina Patridge celebrates JUVÉDERM® partnership on February 12, 2020 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images
As far as her personal life is concerned, Partridge is a single mother to a daughter she shares with BMX dirt bike rider Corey Bohan. They started dating in 2008, but the relationship was very unstable for years.
After five years of on-again, off-again dating, the pair got engaged and announced it in 2015. In June 2016, they welcomed their first child, daughter, Kirra Max Bohan, and it seemed to be the sign they needed because that same year, they got married.
It looked good at the beginning, but it was not to last. They separated in 2017, and their divorce was finalized by 2018.
Audrina Patridge at The Art of Elysium's 13th Annual Heaven Gala at Hollywood Palladium on January 04, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE REST OF "THE HILLS" CAST?
Lauren Conrad, who was the main star in "The Hills," is now a married mother with two sons whom she shares with her husband, William Tell. They got married in 2014.
Financially, she is also doing well; not only does she have her own clothing collection with Kohl's, but she also has published books.
Heidi Montag had been Lauren's friend at the beginning of the show, but their relationship turned sour when she went to be with Spencer Pratt. The two have remained together and are married with a son.
Heidi Montag, Gunner Stone, and Spencer Pratt at Disney On Ice at STAPLES Center Los Angeles at Staples Center on December 18, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images
Like Patridge, she has also appeared on many reality shows, including ABC's "Celebrity Wife Swap," on which she appeared alongside Pratt. In addition, Pratt now sells crystals and has a huge following on Snapchat.
Kristin Cavalleri went on to get married three years after the show ended, and now she has three kids with her husband, former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
Whitney Port is also married now to Tim Rosenman. They started dating in 2012 after she split from Ben Nemetin and have since welcomed a child named Sonny.
Kristin Cavallari at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards: UNSCRIPTED at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California on June 5, 2022. | Source: Getty Images
Brody Jenner also got married but has since divorced his wife, while Jason Wahler has two kids with his wife, Ashley Slack. They got married on October 12, 2013.
Frankie Delgado took some steps away from the spotlight after the show ended. He married Jennifer Acosta in 2013, and they now have two kids together.