Ginia Bellafante of The New York Times reviewed the new season of “The Hills” and called Heidi Montag a “feminist hero.” She’s a what and a what?
Ginia wrote, “Defying our expectations, Heidi has emerged as a kind of feminist hero this season, climbing her way to a bigger position at the event-planning company where she orchestrates Nascar parties, and refusing to acquiesce to the demands of her fiancé, Spencer, that she get herself home on time.”
She went on to write, “Her groundswell of self-assertion begins when he insists on eloping, prompting Heidi to declare, “This isn’t, like, Spencer’s relationship and you decide what we do. The full-on joyous Oprah-fication of Heidi culminates with the show’s return and gives “The Hills” a new momentum. After taking a break from Spencer at her parents’ modest house in Crested Butte, Colo., Heidi returns to Los Angeles to kick him out and chastises him for taking her flat-screen TV with him. How proud Gloria Allred would be.”
Ginia also thinks Lauren, who goes after unavailable dudes like Brody Jenner, could learn a thing or two from Heidi. We could all learn something from Heidi. I’ve learned never to use her plastic surgeon. Never.
Somebody check if Spencer Pratt goes by the pen name Ginia Bellafante.
Camille Paglia, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem and now Heidi Montag! Fake is fem. Little girls everywhere should look up to Heidi. That means when they grow up they should get fake tits, a bad nose job, a fake relationship and humiliate themselves at any cost for a little fame.