Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are finally coming clean about the shameless stunts they’ve pulled all in the name of staying in the spotlight.
The fame-whoring duo admits that many of the headlines they grabbed were done so with blatant lies, and that most recently they’ve desperately been grasping at straws.
In the interview, the couple first reveals what everyone already knew, that the two actually never broke up.
Heidi reveals, “We’ve never even been apart.”
Not only did the two fake their break up, Spencer fake threatened to release a sex tape and Heidi fake filled a divorce.
“At that point, we were pulling our last cards,” Spencer reveals. “We felt the hot-air balloon losing its gas. And at that stage, our income would be selling the photo that would go along with the divorce.”
Adding to the stress of their rapidly fading fifteen minutes is their allegedly empty bank account.
Spencer revealed that the couple is broke. They spent $2 million on Heidi’s failed pop-music career and millions on clothing and other material things.
“I probably spent a million dollars on suits and fancy clothes,” admits the somewhat former fame-whore. “My whole million-dollar wardrobe—I would never wear that again. They’re props. Everything we were doing, we were buying props. I bought a big blue monster truck just to drive it on The Hills for an episode. Never drove it again.”
Heidi spoke up saying,“I thought I was investing in myself and my brand. Like Kim.” referring to Kim Kardasian, Heidi continued. “When she buys these clothes, she’s investing in herself. Because she is a big brand and is likeable. I thought I had that potential. My ego got too big. To think I could be someone like that when I was the most hated girl ever.”
These days, the couple lives in a Santa Barbara, CA beach house owned by Spencer Pratt’s parents, and don’t pay rent. They spend their time reading books and watching movies. Nice gig, if you can get it, yeah?
As far as income, Heidi is participating in the VH1 reality TV show Famous Food, and does promotional work in Las Vegas. Spencer has considered going back to school an completing his education in Political Science, even though he knows no one in politics would likely hire him.