Nikki Reed vs Audrina Patridge at the 7-Eleven 86th Birthday Party

Nikki Reed & Audrina Patridge

Both ladies were hand to help support 7-Eleven 86th anniversary bash. The party was hosted by Nikki Reed and held yesterday afternoon at the Revolve Clothing Malibu Beach House. Judging by the photos, it’s fairly obvious who’s more excited to be in attendance between Nikki & Audrina…

  • skilligan

    neither are elite BUT Audrina is better here

  • Mundo Lopez

    I agree, Audrina takes this one, although if Nikki was at least showing some skin, she would’ve been more sexy, cause she’s not bad looking herself…

  • lenilovesfeet

    Nikki. I don’t find Audrina good looking at all and her legs are terrible.

    • Backwoodsman

      I have a tough time getting past Audrina’s eyes.  Though they look okay here (she’s probably staring at the floor), they generally sour her whole package for me.

      • lenilovesfeet

        It’s the weird eyes, the piano key teeth, no waist, cankles, bad boob job, ugly feet. She is NOT ugly, I just don’t find her hot.

  • Steed2

    Nikki covered up, not good. But Audrina was just insulting! Shorts might be cute but the flattened, shapeless look is not flattering on Audrina at all! Where is the sassy, shapely, curves and cleavage Audrina that rocked red carpet appearances? Bring that Audrina back, please. Or at least make a trip to Victoria’s Secret for a good push up bra to generate some kind of decent celebrity appearance!

  • ErikColquitt

    No doubt Steed,
    Audrinas Body is Fucking Sick!!
    Especially in her many Bikini shoots over the years.
    On a Bod scale this is a No Contest.
    On a ” Who i could be with without Eventually Burrying them in Lime Scale, Nikki wins.

  • curvefan

    Audrina has that “I’m great in bed” look especially with her eyes closed.

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