Heidi Montag tried to put on a brave face by issuing a sarcastic response to the barrage of negative comments about her music video. Everyone knew her indifference was merely an act and that in reality, she’s really just another insecure girl. Although she tries to find the silver lining — her single is no. 7 on the iTunes top 10 pop chart — she reveals to Us how sad she felt when she read your comments.
But the negative responses — “Makes me feel uncontrollably ill,” “beyond pathetic,” and “the crappiest video I have ever seen” were just some of the comments posted on Usmagazine.com — humiliated Montag.
“I just started sobbing uncontrollably,” The Hills star tells Us.
“I cried myself to sleep that first night after my video came out,” she says. “I just couldn’t understand why people I didn’t even know felt the need to be so cruel and hurtful toward me.”
“I am just a 21-year-old from a small town in Colorado trying to follow her dreams,” Montag says.
Boo-hoo you retarded bitch. Everything these two do is part of some conniving scheme to make things go their way. Manipulating the public’s perception is only the latest. I think people would be doing Heidi a disservice if they didn’t tell her how god awful her ear rupturing music is and how her video makes you want to jump inside your screen and push her off the cliff right after you finish vomiting. Does she want me to lie to her and tell her her voice is like that of the angels and that her physical beauty is second only to her inner beauty? Because I won’t. I care too much to do that.