5 Things We Want Heidi Montag To Reveal In Her Tell-All Book

Heidi Montag, who spent her early 20s manning "Hills" Drama Central, tweeted today that she's writing a tell-all book, and we couldn't be more intrigued! The Colorado native got into a whole lot of sticky situations during her time on MTV's hit series, which could make for a lengthy autobiography filled with copious amounts of dirt. Here, five topics that she absolutely must cover:

The Divorce Sham

Earlier this summer, Spencer Pratt finally fessed up to the Daily Beast that his divorce with Heidi was all a big publicity stunt. It was a bittersweet moment for us, considering how much fun we had reporting on it (even though it reeked of shadiness from the start). Tell us, Heids, which one of you masterminded the plan?

What's Danielle Staub Really Like?

VH1's busty "Famous Food" star may have lost the competition, but she sure developed a unique relationship with the feisty Danielle (who actually won the whole thing!). We're dying for some behind-the-scenes info on the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" outcast.

Extensive Cosmetic Surgery

Ten procedures in one day? What exactly was the thought process behind this dramatic, overnight transformation? We want to hear more about her pre- and post-op experience, and whether or not she thinks she suffered from Body Dysmorphic Disorder.

Spencer's Healing Crystals

This is still a big WTF in our book. We were so fascinated by his interest in crystal therapy last year that we actually got on the phone with an expert to get some facts. Heidi, can you tell us for reals: Did he actually believe those things would substitute as anger management?

The Sex Tape Scandal

"You know what you did!" still echos in our mind, but does it still weigh heavily on Heidi's heart? Did she and Spencer start the rumor about Lauren Conrad making a sex tape with Jason Wahler, and if not, do they know who did? Spill it already!

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