“I’ve been working out from, like, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. for two months now. I’ve been working out really hard because I had this pool party and I was like, I have to be in shape,” she told Us Weekly. “And I was actually a lot overweight. It was the most I’ve ever been because I’ve kind of been in hiding eating pie with my husband and puppies, so I needed to get back in shape.”
Good thing she worked out so hard, I mean every A-list celebrity is lining up to host a pool party in Vegas. Such an honor.
Heidi Montag is singing a sad song over her singing career.
The reality star famous for her disastrous plastic surgeries and on-and-off relationship with Spencer Pratt, tried to make a go of it in the music world, releasing an album called “Superficial,” to less than enthusiastic reviews. Turns out, it was less than lucrative, too.
Montag told RadarOnline that music was a financial disaster for her. “I spent $2 million on my music career, and it didn’t happen for me, and now I have this opportunity,” she told the website.
The opportunity? Pratt has secured for her the services of rapper Waka Flocka and his mother, manager Deb Antney, who will help revive her career. Or, start it. What is she aiming for?
“I want to make my own niche in the music world, that’s just Heidi. It could be a Pink meets Britney Spears.”
Perhaps they can help her do just that — they’ve worked with Nicki Minaj and Gucci Mane, among others.
Between 2007 and 2008, Montag and Pratt allegedly made over $3 million. More recently, Montag’s family has been less fortunate with money, with her brother on public assistance for school lunch.
Damn, she still isn’t giving up? After losing that much? I like the fight in her. Time for me to go gambling again this weekend.
“Parts of my body definitely look worse than they did presurgery,” she told Life & Style exclusively at a photo shoot on Dec. 2. “This is not what I signed up for. The big dark mark from my chin reduction is probably the most noticeable. But the absolute worst is on my breasts, and the scariest is below my butt cheek,” Heidi tells Life & Style. “People have fewer scars from car accidents than I have on my body. I would love to not be ‘plastic girl’ or whatever they call me. Surgery ruined my career and my personal life and just brought a lot of negativity into my world. I wish I could jump into a time machine and take it all back. Instead, I’m always going to feel like Edward Scissorhands.”
Gee, who would’ve thought that having 10 procedures done at one time might not end well? And that “ruined my career” line was a good one.