Spencer has been managing Heidi's career for years, but after her album 'Superficial' flopped (really badly too), she decided it was time to fire him and hire Malibu based psychic Aiden Chase.
“After the incredible experiences I have had healing my life and truly connecting to my dreams with healer intuitive Aiden Chase, I have officially asked him to become my manager,” Montag told People magazine.
“Having an intuitive psychic leading my team gives me an edge no one else has. No longer is my husband the face of my business or managing my career,” she adds.
“I am going to have Aiden Chase help manage my new life and career in a very different and positive way with light and love.
Heidi admits that mixing business with pleasure was a bad idea, so she's hoping Aiden will be the change she desperately needs. “The time for change is now. Never mix business and pleasure. We are no longer Speidi but Spencer and Heidi. I am so excited for my future and the bright successes coming my way.”
Heidi's debut album, Superficial sold less 1,000 copies in its first day, and just over 1,000 copies its first week. She spent $2 million dollars of her own money making the album hoping to become the "next Britney Spears," but was left really disappointed.
The only thing Heidi's making headlines for nowadays is her plastic surgery, and it’s kind of hard to take someone like that seriously. We hope she comes to her senses and hires a real PR team. Perhaps LC’s people? Just a thought.