Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag shared the story of their rise and fall from fame in an E! special Monday, and there were some interesting revelations.
From 2006-2010, "Speidi" became household names, starring on MTV's The Hills as the villains to Lauren Conrad's nice girl on the Laguna Beach spinoff.
Now they're nearly broke, having blown through $10 million, they revealed on After Shock: Heidi & Spencer, although their marriage has stayed strong.
Spencer Pratt, 30, and Heidi Montag, 27, certainly have a story that's unique.
"I regret playing the villain so hard with not saving my money," he told E! "I would be laughing all the way to the bank being a hated multimillionaire right now."
"But I didn't see the Jersey Shore coming just out of left field, taking reality TV to a whole other level that I wasn't prepared to go to. I felt like I was low enough."
"I wasn't ready to start peeing on dance floors, but maybe I should have."
"If you're going to be so hated and make decisions that affect your whole life, you should save all that money instead of spending it like you're Diddy."
Jersey Shore's rise aside, the gruesome twosome blew through their fortune on their own, and in 2011 were forced to shack up with Pratt's parents.
But besides their financial woes, the duo doesn't seem to have many qualms about their time on The Hills - including their infamous beef with LC.
"I'm really appreciative to Lauren," Heidi Montag said. "She was my best friend for a long time. Her and I, we've been through a lot. Our paths went different ways."
Spencer Pratt was less diplomatic, saying he didn't think Conrad would care to hear what he has to say, but nonetheless doesn't have an apology. At all.
"I think I was mutually beneficial [to her]," he said of Conrad. "I think I helped her show get millions of more viewers and helped her get millions of dollars."
"I took all the dirt for the show, and I was the bad guy."
"She got to be the good girl. We could have a mutual, 'I'm sorry,' 'you're sorry.' But it's like, I helped you make millions, and you helped me make millions."
Grudges aside, Montag and Pratt are looking to move on with their lives. The blonde bombshell reveals she wants two or three kids in the next 3-5 years.
Spencer's less enthusiastic, and jokes of their friend, "If Kristin Cavallari hadn't just had two kids, I swear ... It's like, 'Kristin's such a beautiful pregnant girl!'"