The surprise wedding of Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, who eloped Friday in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, has been greeted with both nausea and skepticism in the celeb gossip world. Was it really spur of the moment? Is it even legal?
Heidi Montag just happened to have a gorgeous, white sundress - and Spencer Pratt a matching white suit - on hand? Sounds fishy to say the least.
Then there's the legality of the thing. The Hills stars claim they did this on a whim, that they got drunk, decided to wed and an hour later tied the knot.
Yet there are marriage applications and documents which must be notarized by the Mexican government, as well as proof of medical records and blood tests that would potentially need to be completed and provided. What gives?
Was the Speidi wedding as fake as this photo (or her boobs)?
Heidi Montag's family - as well as the celebrity gossip world in general - seemed to be legitimately caught off guard. So it looks like she and Spencer Pratt kept their plans, whatever they were and whenever they were hatched, a secret.
Yet some speculate that the whole thing was staged in conjunction with Us Weekly, which conveniently had the story and pics ready for its new issue.
For everything to go that seamlessly - the story only broke yesterday - it would have to have been coordinated at least a little bit ahead of time. Right?
And this is Speidi, after all. Would they let a money-making opportunity - especially one of this magnitude - slip through their fingers? We think not.