Heidi gets a $25K strip offer, Spencer calls us idiots
Heidi and Spencer Pratt (Photo: Getty)
If only we were as strong as E! News, who recently banned any mention of reality personalities and married fame vultures Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt.
But, alas, were not.
Apparently, notorious NYC strip club Scores has offered Montag a temp gig. (We know, SO weird Heidi totally doesnt look like a stripper!)
We decided to do a little digging and while we didn't get any definitive answers, we did get called an idiot by the charming Spencer Pratt.
Luckily, we managed to snag and post a copy of the official offer letter sent to Montag by Scores' general manager Ed Norwick. Read it after the jump.Dear Mrs. Heidi Pratt,
As the nation watched you and your husband brave the jungle on "I'm A
Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here" and continue to brave the ups and downs
of "The Hills" and Lauren Conrad, we would like to take this time to
present you with an opportunity that will allow you to be center
stage-and have a lot of fun while doing so.
Allow me to introduce you to SCORES, the renowned and famous New York
City based gentlemen's club, well known for being a favorite hang-out
local for notorious radio personality Howard Stern, NHL player Sean
Avery, Russell Crow, Owen Wilson and Madonna. A Hollywood hot-spot in
New York City for such A-list celebs and couples, much like yourself. As
we took note that you will be posing in Playboy soon, we thought you may
be interested in dabbling in yet another adventure that will most
definitely expose your softer side.
As we recently re-opened after a short hiatus, SCORES would be honored
to have you dance at our club on the main stage each night for five
days, upon which, we will offer you a fee of $25,000.
$25K? We had no idea that was the going rate for celebrity dancers.
Heidis rep told us, I have not seen an offer, but this is certainly not an offer Heidi would entertain.
And of course, what would a story about Mrs. Pratt be without the requisite comment from the mister?
I feel dirty they even asked, Pratt told us in an e-mail although we later found out he meant to e-mail that to his publicist.
He then proceeded to call us idiots when he learned that he e-mailed us by mistake.
Spencers so right.
Were totally the idiots in this scenario.