Heidi Montag wants a Christian music career and it’s her son’s fault


Heidi Montag is set to launch herself as a Christian singer. Heidi had a singing career about 10 years ago that resulted in a few singles and an album, aptly titled Superficial. But that was the old, sequined bikini Heidi. Ever since she and husband Spencer were baptized by Stephen Baldwin in the River of Reality Show Redemption, they’ve been leaning into their new Christian veneer. So that’s what her new music will be – positive-vibey, Christian, pop, techno fun. And apparently, we have her son, Gunner, to blame for it because it was leaving him at home that reminded her of her thirst for attention. Thanks, Gunner.

Heidi Montag wants to relaunch her music career.

After last releasing her last EP in 2012, Heidi has now said she wants to create new music with a more ‘Christian vibe’ she said during Monday’s episode of The Hills: New Beginnings.

Speaking to Justin ‘Bobby’ Brescia on Monday’s episode, she said: ‘Before, I did pop music and that was really fun. … I feel like now, where I’m at, is more of a heartfelt, Christian vibe.

‘[It’s] pop music, but there’s a Christian message. It’s just one song, but I want to do something good and send out a positive message to the world.’
And in a confessional, she then added: ‘I really want to put out a great, faith-based, positive song.’

Heidi’s renewed passion for music comes after her husband Spencer Pratt recently admitted Heidi found it impossible to do anything without their son Gunner, now 21 months, for the first year of his life.

Spencer, 35, said: ‘When we started filming [‘The Hills: New Beginnings’], Heidi was a very, very intense-attachment parent. I’m sure some would say extreme, but to me it was just being a super mom.

Filming on the ‘Hills’ reboot allowed Heidi to begin to separate herself from her tot, so she now feels ready to try her hand at music again.

[From The Daily Mail]

I have little to say about Heidi’s singing. I didn’t download her earlier work and I doubt this promised offering will be in my rotation either. I’m encouraged to note that is just talk at this stage. It sounds like yet another Montag-Pratt whim and not anything we actually have to worry about for a while. If anything comes of this, I suspect her videos will have a different vibe as well, unless Christian pole dancing is a thing, which it totally should be, by the way. And I’m sure her music will be played non-stop on their podcast.

As for Heidi finally separating herself from Gunner, I’m actually glad she broke that chain. If she truly was not without her child on her hip for 21 months, that would be incredibly isolating. I don’t know if she never left him because she couldn’t bear to be without him, thought (or was told) she was a bad mom if she went out for a bit or was scared to leave him alone but it doesn’t really matter. Eventually something would’ve separated them –school, another baby, Spencer ran out of hair gel and won’t come out from under the couch – so it’s good she’s doing it now. However, this news is such a Speidi transformation: “I cannot leave my baby for one second or I will just die!” (spends five minute with the spotlight pointed on her) “OMG I’m seen! I must relaunch my *solo* music career! But Christian this time. Positive, feel-good, message stuff, because – Christian!” And if the Christian thing doesn’t work out, Heidi can always go into death metal since, according to Stephanie Pratt, Heidi is the Devil.

The Hills: New Beginning airs Mondays on MTV.




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  1. Arizona says:

    I did not realize these people were parents now. that’s depressing.

  2. Joanna says:

    Poor kid

    • Himmiefan says:

      Looking at the photos, you know it’s bad when a toddler realizes his parents are idiots.

  3. Lucy says:

    Ugh. All these no talent has beens getting their dumb reality shows rebooted is nauseating.

  4. CharliePenn says:

    I’m always fascinated with Heidi. She’s really a unique kind of messy crazy person, and somehow endearingly cute at the same time.

    I read what Stephanie Pratt said in that link. Stephanie has always come off as a bit of a little monster herself. And I’m not here for blaming a woman for a man’s estrangement from his family. Guess who decided to become estranged from mom, dad, and sissy Stephanie? Spencer! He’s a grown man. Families love to blame the partner rather than admit that there’s something seriously wrong with their own family dynamic.

  5. Enn says:

    Why are they.

  6. Mia4s says:

    “ wants to relaunch her music career.”

    Relaunch? Ummmm, did it ever…launch?

    Dammit Gunner, you couldn’t have been a but needier, for our sake?!

  7. SamC says:

    Wasn’t it her first attempt at a music “career” that ate up most of their money from their first round of reality TV fame (along with Spencer’s crystal obsession!)? And I thought his parents pretty much financially supported them for years after? Like they lived rent free in one of their homes, etc? More importantly, why do I know this stuff?!

  8. SuperStef says:

    She has no discernable talent. None. She can’t sing a note without autotune and even then, she’s terrible. Her old music was craptastic.

    These two clowns will do anything and try anything for a buck. They’ve literally attempted it all: reality tv, music, fashion, 13 plastic surgeries in one day, hawking ugly crystals online, reality tv again, and now christian music?

    These idiots blew all their money before Y2K because they thought the world was going to end. Enough said.

  9. Michael says:

    If they turned Wonderbread and Cheese Whizz into people it would look just like these two

    • Caseymams says:


    • Fluffy Princess says:

      Hahahahahahahahahaha!! OMG that is too funny! I agree!

    • Meg says:

      I fear this is why They’ll be embraced by the Christian music scene-bland and very very white. Also they’ll love to use them as an example of reforming yourself into having more Christian values

  10. Veronica S. says:

    I’m sorry, but holy sh*t did she wreck her face. She was so cute – SO CUTE – and now she’s just a plastic mess. I am absolutely flabbergasted looking at her.

  11. Noodle says:

    I wonder how her Christian target audience is going to react to their crystal collection/obsession?

  12. tealily says:

    I’ve been seeing the endless commercials for the reboot and realized that I know way more about these people than I ever realized, despite (I think) never having watched the show. So I guess she’s doing something right.

    • Meg says:

      Somehow reality shows do that. kimmy Schmidt joked about that during a flashback decades ago, ‘how do I know about Rob Kardashian?’

  13. Tiffany says:

    Gunner is adorable.

    That’s it.

  14. Gabrielle says:

    I was a really big fan of The Hills and have been watching the reboot. I wish they’s spend more time on the real issues these people are dealing with rather than having them constantly show up at staged parties they are too old to be having. I think Heidi and Spencer have both matured a lot, especially Heidi. It does seem like she suffers from some level of PPD/anxiety and I wish they’d explore that more. Audrina becoming a single mom and going through a divorce. Pretty heavy stuff. But they show her starting cat-fights over a guy she dated 10 years ago. I like Mischa Barton on the show. Showing her trying to audition and get back out there. I’ll keep watching but I feel like it’s not living up to its potential. Stop making them have parties that parents in their 30s would not be going to.

    • Courtney says:

      Agreed. That’s a show I’d watch.

    • Slowsnow says:

      How about letting these people go about their lives in an unscripted manner? Reality tv will NEVER show what humans really go through except very well organized and conceived show like Queer Eye, that is also heavily edited in order to preserve the people and produce an uplifting show. Hell, fiction is much better to understand human being than these supermarket show that cater to a voyeuristic streak we all definitely have (I am no better than anyone else) but that at the end of the day will never do us any good.

  15. Ader says:

    “not anything we actually have to worry about for a while.”


  16. Liz version 700 says:

    “The river of reality show redemption” snort nicely played turn of phrase!

  17. Mo' Comments Mo' Problems says:

    Lawd, these two are toxic and have been since the day they got together. Their lives had been destroyed and they keep coming up for air–i mean attention. Enough is ENUFF!

  18. Fluffy Princess says:

    The world does not need this. Why assault an innocent public with her warbling? Maybe it’s an excuse to wear sequins again?

  19. Meg says:

    I fear this is why They’ll be embraced by the Christian music scene-bland and very very white. Also they’ll love to use them as an example of reforming yourself into having more Christian values