Montag Trying To Make Her Dreams Come True
If at first you don't succeed, try and keep trying until you're financially destitute. That has to be Heidi Montag's motto, at least when it comes to her dismal music career. The 25-year-old former Hills star apparently didn't get the memo when her debut album Superficial barely garnered a measly 1,000 sales in its first week back in 2010. Montag supposedly spent a whopping $2 million of her own money to record Superficial. Now, she's releasing a "follow-up" called Dreams Come True. But expect much of the same. According to People magazine, the new EP features four of the songs from her first album including "Your Love Found Me," "Party Is Wherever I Am," "No More" and "Overdosin." The album cover features the plastic surgery princess in a fuchsia monokini that flaunts her Franken-figure. Even her well-sculpted physique will unlikely save her new EP from itself. The "new" album is Montag's latest endeavor in the limelight. Last year, she was a cast member of VH1's Famous Food which received little, if any, fanfare. Both Montag and husband Spencer Pratt have maintained a low profile since bottoming out and becoming Hollywood's most hated just a couple of years ago.