Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag and Kristin Cavallari are all featured on this week’s cover of Us Weekly magazine. Inside, the magazine takes us inside the lives of the actresses following their show, The Hills.
Lauren is planning her dream wedding, Kristin has a baby on the way and Heidi is removing her awful F-sized breasts and replacing them with C-cups. From the magazine’s report:
Posing seaside in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Nov. 1, the blonde bombshell unveiled her smaller, more-manageable breasts, which she had redone in a six-hour procedure on Oct. 4. Prior to the operation, she had been suffering a number of health problems — all related to her size-F implants, which she says weighed “about three pounds each.”
“I couldn’t conceptualize the weight of them in my body,” the 27-year-old MTV alum tells Us of her old implants. “They felt like bowling balls on my chest.”
They were so heavy, in fact, that she started having back and neck problems, as well as numbness in her arms. That, plus a meeting with reconstructive specialist Jay Orringer, convinced her she needed to have the implants replaced.
Will you be picking up this week’s issue of the magazine?
Here’s some news that you might not have cared to hear. Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have revealed that they rejected an offer for millions of dollars to do a porn movie. Who knew?!?
Spencer said that the famewhoring couple considered starring together in a porn movie after they were offered millions of dollars. After they ran out of money, you would think that they would’ve been running to whoever would offer them a few bucks let alone millions. And their response is rich, they said that “money isn’t everything.”
This coming from a duo who had themselves photographed eating ice cream, tacos and on picnic dates together for the money. At the height of their fame, Heidi was even photographed fake crying when it was thought that she split from Spencer.
Spencer said, “We were offered a couple of million. I considered it. Heidi was like, ‘err no! Money isn’t everything.’”
The duo have been brought back into the television fold with a stint on “Celebrity Big Brother” and the duo debated on whether or not they wanted to have sex on the show. When asked if they were prepared to do the deed on TV, Spencer said, “I don’t think they’re paying us enough! We’ve been offered so much to make a porno film, if we’re going to do it on camera we should get millions. We’ve debated and we think it’s kind of lewd for the house.”
These two are so gross, aren’t they?
Remember way back when — when Heidi Montag and her idiot husband Spencer Pratt were relevant? It was most recently because of the ten surgeries that she decided to put her body through. Since then, she has basically used her body in order to make money. We know another profession that allows this practice, but we’re not going into that here.
Obviously, Heidi thinks it’s the year 2004 and people care about her boob job and all of the money these idiots frittered away carelessly. With regard to her plastic surgery, she said, “I would never do it again and I never recommend it for anyone. I kind of wanted a few enhancements and then it kind of got out of hand. I wasn’t told really the repercussions and what would happen, emotionally and psychically and the pain I would be in. I was kind of in shock.”
She added, “I only miss the money. If we would have saved our money, it would have been better.”
Can we retire Trailer Trash Barbie already?
For a while, it seemed that Heidi Montag and her douchebag husband Spencer Pratt had really fallen off of the grid. Now, she’s back and she is blathering on about those ten surgeries that she had in one day. You know, the same ten surgeries that she bashed her dead doctor over? We can see how that could’ve been forgotten, considering that it happened in 2010…
In a new interview with Celebuzz, Heidi talks about how she and Spencer didn’t know what they were doing while they were chasing stardom. She said, “I’ll never be able to be Heidi Montag, a normal person, again. What I’ve done is something that you can’t undo and that’s what I didn’t realize. It’s a very different life. It’s like a lifelong sentence.”
She went on to say, “I’ve been getting re-grounded and getting back to a normal life and figuring out what my goals and aspirations are. We are not those people on The Hills anymore. We never were. It was more an acting role than anything else. But we played those characters and when you start playing a character you kind of start to become more of a character. I’m from really humble beginnings. I’ve never been this Hollywood diva, but you get caught up in what you’re pretending to be.”
Of her ten surgeries, she said, “It could have been really disastrous. I lived and I learned, and I wouldn’t really recommend it for other people. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be going through it – physically, mentally, emotionally and the recovery. I’m just glad it’s done and that everything healed so well.”
Now, things have changed for the former reality star. She said, “My priorities are my family, my husband, my love life and my happiness and everything after that is great. But my priorities are not money, fame and fashion. I am very grateful for everything I’ve had but I will never make those mistakes again and I will never compromise myself and pretend to be someone that I’m not.”
Upon the heels of this story will she start boring us with another CD release? Or perhaps she won’t because she can’t muster together another 600 fans to purchase her efforts?
Just in case you could use a good chuckle to brighten up your tax day, we’ve learned that former famewhore Heidi Montag is giving music a try again. Because we all know how that one worked out so well, right? Perhaps this time she can sell 700 copies? Or would she just be shooting rubberbands at the stars there?
Us Magazine reports:
On April 11, Heidi Montag released her Dreams Come True EP, and as expected, the cover art featured the 25-year-old showing off her body in a skimpy pink monokini. (In November 2009, Montag famously got 10 plastic surgery procedures in one day; she first got a breast augmentation and rhinoplasty in April 2007.)
The EP features four previously released songs — “Your Love Found Me,” “Party Is Wherever I Am,” “No More” and “Overdosin” — and is a follow-up to her 2010 album Superficial, which sold less than 1,000 in its first week of release.
We won’t call it a comeback, because that’s obviously what this is not. Were you a fan of this twit’s music? Were you hoping for a full album of all new music?