In case you’re totally ignorant and don’t spend at least three hours per day googling Heidi Montag like I do, then you may not know that Miss Montag is now a bonafide superstar in Britain. The Patron Saint of Pop and her wonderful husband won the hearts of the British public after coming second on the UK’s Celebrity Big Brother last month. Since leaving the house, Speidi have covered OK! Magazine about fifty thousand times, dined on the country’s finest cuisine, held packed-out fan signings, and best of all, started planning Heidi’s triumphant return to the top of the charts.
Helping Heidi conquer the music world for the second time is none other than Mick Stock, who most of you will recognize as one third of the most successful songwriting and production team in British music history, Stock Aitken Waterman.
“I’ve been talking to Mike about the kind of track we’re going to do and he’s writing something for me at the moment,” Heidi told the Daily Star. “A lot of my UK fans say they love my music and are expecting more. So I’d love to be able to give that to them.”
Heidi is set to record her next classic at the end of the month (yes!) once she’s finished filming an upcoming TV special with Spencer.
If you’re a pop music lover, then obviously you’d know that Stock Aitken Waterman created Kylie Minogue and helmed the majority of the Aussie legend’s early discography. They’ve also churned out tunes for the likes of Dead or Alive, Rick Astley, Donna Summer, and even La Toya Jackson.
That’s the good part.
The bad news is that since the trio split, Mick Stock’s biggest hits are the “Fast Food Song” and a single for The Power Rangers TV show.
Not here for any of that, even though both of those songs are actually amazing. I’m looking for the next “Body Language,” bitch.