Lauren Conrad's not the only one making the jump to scripted TV. Well, slightly more scripted than usual TV, that is.
But while the erstwhile LC is set to appear as herself in an upcoming episode of Greek, fellow Hills gal pal Audrina Patridge will be flexing a little more thespian muscle, revealing in a posting to her official website that she'll be appearing in the new fall sitcom Do Not Disturb.
And not, surprisingly, as her reality star self.
"I'm having a great day!" she wrote in a posting Wednesday. "My manager and agent just called to tell me that I've been offered a guest appearance on a new comedy series airing on Fox this fall!"
"I will be playing a guest checking into the hotel and I am going to film my scenes sometime next week! I think Jerry O'Connell is hysterical (have you guys seen his video on that website Funny or Die?) and I can't wait to meet Niecy [Nash]!"
As it is, the sitcom is being billed by Fox as a workplace comedy set at one of Manhattan's hottest and hippest hotels, where a power struggle quickly emerges between the egotistical general manager, played by O'Connell, and the head of human resources, played by Reno 911's Nash.
Jason Bateman directed the pilot episode, premiering Sept. 10.