We would like you to know we can now die knowing we lived a full and vibrant life. Why, you may ask? Well, we’re pleased to present you with two of the most coveted of all interviews, ever. Yes, we’re talking about Hills power couple Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt. They positively radiated fame and success at the premiere party for Harold at 1 Oak last night and we were lucky enough to bask in their glorious glory. Just when we thought standing next to them couldn’t get any better, we mustered up the courage to speak to them. And you know what? We found out they read us! They really do read us!! We hope you enjoy our moment with them as much as we did:
Spencer: You’re with New York magazine? No, no way. You’re the “fugly girls”?
New York: Are we the Fug girls? No, we’re not the Fug girls.
Spencer: You’re not those fugly girls? Because I’m not too happy with the fugly girls. They’re mean, and they’re disrespectful. They’ve got these … fashion girls — the fashion girls, they’re fashion!
New York: Right, we know who they are. But no, we’re not the Fug girls.
Spencer makes a move to retreat, and just when we think we’ve lost him, he turns back around!
Spencer: So what’s up?
New York: Glad you asked! You’re fresh from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in D.C. What did you do while you were there?
Spencer: We checked out all the, uh, the … sights. I don’t know, we literally had, like, five hours.
New York: So you actually went to the dinner, right? We heard you skipped the dinner or weren’t let in?
Spencer: We had the governor of Florida at our table! You really heard we didn’t go?
New York: Yeah, that was the word on the street. But you went, and sat with the governor.
Spencer: We went, we stayed all through dinner, we had dessert. It was good.
New York: So, Heidi endorsed John McCain for the 2008 election. Are you endorsing anyone?
Spencer: She’s definitely swaying my vote. I met his mother and his daughter. Did you know his mother is 97?
New York: We did know that. She’s quite the firecracker for her age.
Spencer: Yeah — so cool! Heidi, it’s New York magazine
Heidi Montag sidles up to Spencer. We somehow prevent ourselves from fainting.
Heidi: Hi, nice to meet you.
Spencer: We were just talking about John McCain. Since you endorsed him, are you volunteering or doing any work on his campaign?
Heidi: I just met Megan! I love Megan McCain!
New York: Are you having fun in New York?
Heidi: Yeah, it’s good.
New York: Did you see the film?
Heidi: No, I was on David Letterman.
Of course she was, that little fabulous vixen! — Kelly O’Reilly