“I’m not going to be defined by my age. Why would any woman?,” she asks. “I’m not going to slow down, get off this ride, stay home and get fat. No way!” Then, making a face, she adds, “I would never get fat.”
And, she adds: “I’m not against plastic surgery, I’m just against discussing it.”
When some intrepid reporter actually used precious breath to ask Heidi Montag who she’s voting for, she responded: “I’m voting for John McCain … I’m a Republican and McCain has a lot of experience.” I guess, at that point, Spencer said something to admonish her about talking politics in interviews, and she responded, “I don’t think anyone cares who Heidi Montag votes for,” which is pretty much the smartest thing she’s ever said in her whole life.
This whole exchange raises a very important question, and I’m sure it’s on all of your minds right now: Heidi Montag is old enough to vote?
“I got a lot of shit at the end about ‘Why weren’t you there for him?’ But being that close, I dealt with it all the time. And in that situation, before the guy’s dead, he’s just kind of an asshole. Truth is, you get a junkie who’s wasted all the time and moody and angry and trying to knock you around, you say, ‘OK, you go do that, and I’ll be over here.’”
David Spade, who’s quoted in The Last Days of Chris Farley, a book penned by Farley’s brother.
Excerpts from the book will run in the May issue of Playboy, which hits newsstands on Friday.
I love that Playboy scored the exclusive on this. Chris would have been proud.