Friday, 5 November 2010

'I wish I hadn't wasted so much money on surgery': Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt face bankruptcy after blowing $10m



Regrets, I have a few: Heidi Montag, pictured here at a Las Vegas Halloween party last weekend, wishes she hadn't blown thousands of dollars on plastic surgery

Reality TV stars finally admit divorce was faked to win new reality show

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have revealed they are considering filing for bankruptcy after blowing their $10million fortune.

The reality TV couple, who splurged on crystals, luxury cars, Heidi's plastic surgery and failed pop album, say they owe close to $2 million in taxes.

The former stars of The Hills claim have moved into a guesthouse at Pratt’s parents’ home after struggling to pay the rent on their $35,000-a-month Malibu mansion.

And the pair have finally admitted that their divorce was sham - as many had long suspected.

Pratt, 27, admitted the couple faked their split because UK network ITV was interested in giving them a reality show that would document their split - but the deal never happened.

Desperate for money: Heidi and her husband Spencer Pratt have admitted they faked their divorce in an attempt to secure a new reality TV deal

He told US Life & Style magazine: 'The divorce was real - just the idea behind it was different than most people's.

'Divorcing was the only way to keep Heidi's career going because everyone hated me so much.'

But their efforts at securing the big pay-check never materialised.
Now, Montag, 24, says: 'Spencer's parents go to the grocery store for us once a week, and that's all we get.'

The pneumatic blonde says she regrets her costly decision to undergo 10 plastic surgery procedures.

'I spent thousands on the procedures and after-care,' she says. 'I had private nurses coming twice a day for two months for treatments and bandage chances. Each time they came it cost $2000.

'I wish I didn't waste so much money on it.'
The pair say they expected their fame would carry on for years and were completely unprepared when MTV decided to cancel The Hills.

'We thought The Hills was going to be like [the original] 90210 and we'd have another five to 10 years,' Pratt said.

'The ratings were consistent. But we never saw Jersey Shore coming. Our cast was a bit boring and snoozeworthy in comparison. No wonder we got cancelled.'

Pratt concedes: 'We were immature, worrying too much about the famous part instead of the actual business part.

'In hindsight, we shouldn't have spent any of our money. We should have been low-key and saved.

'We did this to ourselves and feel like idiots.'

Fifteen minutes is over: The pair admit they expected The Hills - and the fame it brought them - to carry on for years

source : dailymail

No comments:

Post a Comment