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Audrina Patridge's reality show bombs

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Audrina doesn't attract viewers

Audrina Patridge's reality show bombed in the ratings during its Sunday night debut. Does this mean Audrina's done on reality television?

Audrina doesn't attract viewersAudrina Patridge might be gorgeous, but she apparently doesn't have what it takes to carry her own reality show. Patridge's VH1 show, aptly named Audrina, tanked in the ratings during its Sunday night debut.

The Mark Burnett-produced show only attracted 791,000 viewers, just enough to crack Sunday's top 100 cable programs. How bad is that? The Hills show finale attracted over three million people. What's worse? VH1 managed to bring in 1.2 million viewers with their special 40 Greatest One-Hit Wonders of the '90s.

Ouch! That's not good news for Audrina, especially because show premieres usually attract more viewers than during the rest of the season. If it keeps going this way, the only people who will watch Audrina will actually be the Patridge family.

Maybe it's time to move on, Audrina. We're not really sure what you should do next -- maybe continue on your swimsuit modeling path? You do have an incredible body -- might as well show it off while people are still interested!

Did you watch Audrina? Are you going to keep watching it throughout the season?

Image: WENN

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