Famous set of glistening white teeth Heidi Montag has finished her debut album, Superficial, and in an interview with EW, she says that the album cost $2 million, and it is as good as Thriller. I’m going to go out on a limb and say half of that isn’t true (the Thriller part).
EW: Do you think Superficial holds up against something like Thriller?
HM: I definitely do. I think people might not see it now, because it’s my first album coming out. But I’ve spent as much time–maybe more, even–than Thriller. Every detail was very important to me, because I take this very seriously. Most artists, it’s not their own money, but I’ve actually gone broke putting every dollar I’ve ever made and my heart and soul into this music. For me, I have a different appreciation, a different understanding, and a different love of my music and for my album than any other artist possibly could. Because this is my money. This is my gamble. This is my chance.
EW: You’ve gone broke?
HM: Yes. I definitely am. I am. I put every dollar I have into this.
EW: Do you know how much money you’ve spent?
HM: I’ve spent over a million, almost $2 million on this album. It’s cost as much or more than a Britney Spears album, because I wanted it to be that quality and to be able to get those people. My album would have cost a record label over $4 million.
EW: What happens if you don’t earn your money back?
HM: That’s not even a possibility. I think within the first week we will definitely make our money back. The songs will make an impact in pop history. They are absolutely incredible and everybody involved is the best of the best. People just haven’t seen me as a pop star. I’m very excited for the world to see a whole new Heidi.
You have to hand it her; she’s got serious balls at saying the stuff here. That or she’s seriously nuts. Like nuts nuts. Many LOLZ go out to the line about making an impact on pop history. Yeah, maybe the week the album comes out. K-Fed probably thought his music would make a huge impact too. [EW]