Actress Audrina Patridge poses on the red carpet during the 2009 MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto June 21, 2009.
Hollywood actress Audrina Patridge became a U.S. television personality when she landed on MTV's hit reality series "The Hills."
But she hopes to become a movie actress and plays the victim of a prank in horror film "Sorority Row," which debuts in U.S. theaters on Friday.
Patridge is also working on her own reality TV series for MTV. The series, which has yet to have a name or air date, will follow her personal and professional life.
Patridge talked with Reuters about sororities, her new movie and how her new show will be different from "The Hills."
Q: Do you think of yourself as a sorority girl?
A: "I've never thought of myself as a sorority girl. I don't think I could ever be in a sorority house or live with like six girls. I would go crazy."
A: "From watching other sorority movies and from my friends' experience, it's all competitive and cattiness. I mean, aside from being loyal and sisters and being there for each other, that's the good part. But then of course there's always the downside ... The only sorority that I can see myself in is this movie."