Heidi Montag And Spencer Pratt Talk With KIIS FM’s Ryan Seacrest

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt called in to Ryan Seacrest of KIIS FM in Los Angeles on Friday (August 17) to talk about the controversy of the station’s world premiere of her song ‘Body Language’. They blamed the situation on Heidi’s label, who wanted to release that track first, but she didn’t. Heidi backpedaled a little bit because she didn’t want to sound ungrateful about getting her song played. She’s still deciding what to release as the first single, which she wants to release in a few weeks.

The interview audio at kiisfm.com has since been removed.

Lauren Conrad Reacts To Heidi Montag’s Singing Debut

Heidi Montag’s co-star on ‘The Hills’ and friend turned enemy Lauren Conrad spoke with In Touch magazine after the unintended premiere of Heidi’s new song ‘Body Language’.

“I promise you: I’ll never release an album,” LC said. “I don’t really have very many talents! I’m OK with it, though. I think as far the entertainment industry is concerned, the abilities to act and sing are something you are born with or have to work very hard at, and I don’t have either talent, so I’m not going to pretend like I do!”

Spencer: Heidi ‘So Upset’ After ‘Body Language’ Release

Heidi Montag’s fiance and manager Spencer Pratt spoke with People magazine about the leaked release of ‘Body Language’ on KIIS FM in Los Angeles on Thursday, and how ‘The Hills’ star is not happy about its release. “We did it as a joke,” Pratt explained. “It’s not her single at all. It was never meant to be heard by anyone but us. Over my dead body would I rap on Heidi’s first single. Heidi is so upset because this was not the first sound she wanted people to hear from her.” Read more.

Ryan Seacrest Premieres Heidi Montag’s ‘Body Language’

Ryan Seacrest of KIIS FM in Los Angeles premiered the new Heidi Montag song ‘Body Language’ on Thursday (August 16), featuring her fiance Spencer Pratt rapping on the tune. PerezHilton.com hears ‘The Hills’ star has been crying all morning after the song was played because “Spencer and Heidi were just having fun in the studio and working on songs. That was not meant to be released. Spencer would never rap on Heidi’s first single.”

The interview audio at akamai.net has since been removed.