Paris Hilton is apparently pleased The Simple Life is coming to end.

"It's been a great five years and we had so much fun," Hilton told The Insider on Monday while attending the premiere of Rush Hour 3.  "I'm happy to end it at that."

E! Network announced on Monday that it decided not to renew The Simple Life for a sixth season.  The Simple Life Goes to Camp, the currently-airing fifth The Simple Life edition that followed Hilton and BFF Nicole Richie as they worked as camp counselors at five different camps, will air its final episode on Sunday.

Hilton's happiness with the closure of reality television chapter of her life comes on the heels of her June release from prison where she served a 23-day sentence that resulted from parole violations of a September 2006 drunken driving conviction.

During her first post-jail interview, the 25-year-old hotel heiress told CNN's Larry King that "being in Los Angeles, there is a lot of people out here that like people for certain reasons, and I don't want people who are not going to be beneficial to my life, who don't want positive things in my life, and I had to cut a lot of people out." 

She's decided to follow through with that statement, as she recently put her four-bedroom Hollywood Hills home up for sale with a $4.25 million asking price.

"I feel like a lot of people know where I live so it's time to move," she told The Insider. "I'm really upset because I love my house so much. I put so much work into it. It's totally me. But I'm looking for something else right now."