Posted by Kate Alvarez as Heidi Montag at 2:46 PM UTC on Sep, 01 2009
Back in the day, googling the name Heidi will take you back to your childhood storybooks of a young girlâ€™s adventures in the Swiss Alps. Fast forward to 2009 and thereâ€™s a new Heidi who tops the search engines.
Heidiâ€™s dirty Playboy cover for the month of September. She went from a cup A to C in a 2007 plastic surgery, but donâ€™t expect to see her hills in this issue. Heidi didnâ€™t go all the way for the shoot.
Love her or hate her, Heidi Montagâ€™s road to fame has been one crazy ride. After all, reality stars have a short a life span; theyâ€™re only as good as their last reality show. They need to extend their shelf life with (a) another reality show, (b) an acting career (which tells you how real reality TV is, c) a music career (which is usually for American Idol contestants) or (d) other money-making ventures.
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In the last “The Hills” episode, Spencer and Heidi tried to work out their relatonship, but got spurned. She said she needed space. Well, apparently, she got it. The two stayed in separate hotels in Las Vegas.
Have you heard Heidi Montag’s new single, “No More?”
While it’s a lot better than her first one, it’s still rather…amateurish. Some say it’s a good song, but the way she does it ruins it completely.
Can she just give up the illusion that she has a singing career? Take your own advice — no more, no more!
Heidi Montag’s step brother, Eric O’Hara, died from a freak accident — slipping off the roof while trying to clear it from snow. He was just 25 years old.
Ironically, Eric had survived several combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Heidi is devasted. “Losing my brother, at an early age, is such a tragedy. I just loved him more than anything.” Her co-stars said she talked about him frequently.
She had been very worried for him when he went on military duty. “He was just so patriotic. He really wanted to go to Iraq and help and do all that he could for his country.” According to his grandmother, he was very affected by the 9/11 tragedy because of the time he spent in that office when he younger. “His father was a stockbroker and had offices there. Their destruction just gnawed at him. He decided, ‘I need to go to defend my country.’ ”
The family had a difficult time when he was in Iraq and Afghanistan, and losing him this way is even tougher.
Can you believe the audacity of Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag? Despite their first video — “Higher” — being slammed by critics and music fans, they still think they actually have a recording career.
“Madonna, eat your heart out. Britney Spears, eat your heart out. I would say we have diamond records coming â€“ they’re gonna sell 10-million plus,” says Spencer, of their next video.
Excuse us while we break into hysterical laughter.