It was well over a year ago that Heidi Montag, the determined songstress who once carved a name for herself in the pop music world (what name, we're not exactly sure), released a follow-up track to her freshman album, "Superficial." Heidi's first stint making music wiped out her savings (in interviews she claimed to have spent a whopping $2 million on it), but even depleting her checking account couldn't keep her from pursuing her dreams. Because what are dreams, if not successions of images that can come true (this will make sense in a minute).
Last week, the former "Hills" backdrop and aspiring lyricist released her "Dreams Come True" EP," and while many fans thought it included new jams, it turned out that "Dreams" featured four previously released numbers ("Your Love Found Me," "Party Is Wherever I Am," "No More" and "Overdosin"). So for those that were looking forward to hearing au courant whispers from Montag, they may have to wait some, but at least there's the cover art for her album, which--not surprisingly--displays a very thin Heidi in a bright monokini showing off her cleave and gams. (And based off that image, it's safe to say that Spencer's dream came true.)
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