Heidi Montag Blew $2M on Music Career, But Hasn't Given Up

Surgically-sculpted singer has a new manager

If you thought Heidi Montag wasted a lot of money on plastic surgery, consider that she admits blowing $2 million on her failed music career.

The surgically sculpted bombshell told Radaronline the shocking figure, and said she still has not given up on singing. In fact, Montag said, she is hoping to hook up with new management and become a cross between Pink and Britney Spears.

"I spent $2 million on my music career, and it didn't happen for me, and now I have this opportunity," Montag, 24, said. She told the site Deb Antney, the mother of rapper Waka Flocka and manager of Nicki Minaj among others, has agreed to take her on as a new client.

"Spencer is going into the studio with Waka Flocka Flame, and I requested that his mother Deb Antney meet with me and manage me, because she is just fabulous," Montag said. "I need her to guide me in the right direction and I know amazing things will happen because she really knows what she is doing."

Montag said she has a career model, or pair of models, in mind.

"I want to make my own niche in the music world, that's just Heidi," Montag said. "It could be a Pink meets Britney Spears."

Montag's debut album"Superficial" came out a year ago and selling fewer than 1,000 copies in its first week. At the time, she said she hoped to become a "galaxy star."

Selected Reading: Radaronline, Huffington Post, People.

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