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[09/11/08 - 09:52 AM]
Audrina Patridge to Guest-Star on "MadTV" Saturday, September 20, on Fox
In "Audrina Brings the Drama," Patridge "visits the set and within a matter of minutes, turns the MADtv cast members against each other and raises late-night drama to new levels."

[via press release from FOX]

HOT FROM FOX...

AUDRINA PATRIDGE TO GUEST-STAR ON "MADtv" SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, ON FOX

Audrina Patridge, star of "The Hills," will make a special guest appearance on an all-new episode of MADtv Saturday, Sept. 20 (11:00 PM-Midnight ET/PT) on FOX. In the hilarious sketch "Audrina Brings the Drama," Patridge visits the set and within a matter of minutes, turns the MADtv cast members against each other and raises late-night drama to new levels.

Patridge made her small-screen debut in 2005 as the fun and outgoing friend on the MTV series, "The Hills," a reality show documenting the lives of four young girls trying to make their mark in Los Angeles. She recently completed production on her first film, "Into the Blue 2: The Reef," starring opposite Chris Carmack and Laura Vandervoort. Originally from Downey, CA, Patridge now lives in Los Angeles.

Patridge also makes a guest appearance as a patron of "The Inn," one of New York City's hottest and hippest hotels, on an episode of the new FOX comedy DO NOT DISTURB Wednesday, Sept. 17 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT).

MADtv's edgy comedy has made this award-winning sketch comedy show a FOX Saturday-night staple. Noted for its signature characters, celebrity impersonations and biting pop-culture commentaries, MADtv welcomes returning cast members Bobby Lee, Nicole Parker, Keegan-Michael Key, Arden Myrin, Crista Flanagan and Johnny Sanchez. The late-night comedy will introduce Erica Ash, Matt Braunger, Eric Price and Lauren Pritchard as featured cast members this season. The returning cast has created such wildly popular characters as Lee's "Johnny Gan" and "Blind Kung Fu Master," Parker's "Hillary Clinton" and "Britney Spears," Key's "Coach Hines" and "Barack Obama," Myrin's "Jillian Barberie," Flanagan's "LuAnn" and Sanchez's "Nacho."

MADtv is a production of QDe. The executive producers are David Salzman, Quincy Jones and John Crane.





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