Heidi Montag either has an extremely high opinion of herself, or goes home and laughs with Spencer Pratt about all the absurd stuff they say in interviews for fun.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, she claimed her debut album is as good as Michael Jackson's Thriller. As in the single best selling album ever.
A portion of the magazine's Q&A with Heidi Montag is below ...
Q: Why did it take three years to put this album together?
Heidi Montag: Well, I did it independently. If you look back throughout history it used to take that long to put albums together. Now it’s more manufactured.
I really wanted to take my time, and every song means so much to me. Every song was a true journey. I had to track down the songs myself, because it was just Spencer and I doing it independently. We really took our time with every process.
I wanted it to be back to the Thriller days, to that kind of sound. It’s timeless music, so whenever it comes out was the right timing. [trying to stifle laughter]
Heidi pretends to sign an autograph. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]
Q: Do you think Superficial holds up against something like Thriller?
Heidi Montag: 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 – than Thriller.
Most artists, it’s not their own money, but I’ve actually gone broke putting every dollar I’ve ever made into this music. [because no record label would sign you]
I have a different appreciation, and a different love of my music than any other artist. Because this is my money. This is my gamble. This is my chance.
Q: You’ve gone broke?
Heidi Montag: Yes. I definitely am. I am. I put every dollar I have into this.
Q: What happens if you don’t earn your money back? [you won't]
Heidi Montag: Go back to selling topless pics to magazines every week. That’s not even a possibility. The songs will make an impact in pop history.
We'd say they already have, based on these poll results.