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Sangeeta Kocharekar
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 - 17:59

Heidi Montag just gave us a heap of new details on The Hills

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We knew The Hills wasn't real, but Heidi Montag is dropping some serious truth bombs about the show.

Okay, The Hills clearly wasn't real. I mean, they even included a scene in the series' finale admitting it wasn't. But there's something we have to admit - and we don't think we're alone here in feeling this - we still hoped at least a part of it was real. And well, today is a sad, sad for us because Heidi Montag completely trashed that glimmer of hope, and she probably, like, doesn't even care at all.

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The female half of Speidi sat down with Buzzfeed to talk all things The Hills, and we didn't want to keep reading, but we just had to. Here's what we learned:

That house that she and Spencer Pratt moved into next door ot Enzo, the kid Heidi weirdly threw a birthday party for wasn't actually their new home.

"In season 6 [Spencer and I] allegedly moved into a house, which was Enzo’s house, so he wasn’t a neighbor. We were, you know, in the other part of his house. And I think we threw him a party to add a storyline or something — I’m not really sure. Surprise! Heidi’s baby-crazy!"

Heidi was actually way richer in later seasons than they made her out to be. To be fair, we could've guessed that one. I mean, she was on a major TV show - obviously she was going to be earning big bucks.

"MTV wanted to downplay our lifestyles and pretend we weren’t getting the checks that we actually were, so I think that was the blurry line between the lives we were really living and the lives that they wanted us to live, and things like that."

That promotion Heidi got at Bolthouse where she worked - all fake, fake, fake.

"I definitely did not get the promotion over Elodie! She really worked there and I pretend worked there, so it was obviously a pretend promotion for her to be upset about. That whole plot was scripted."

We're going to go ahead and just stop right there because it's all getting a bit too overwhelming.

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