For the most part, we don’t get into the world of surgically enhanced pseudo-celebrities and their tabloid level life events. However, this one is just too strange to pass up. The folks at The Playlist found this very odd audition tape for large-breasted former reality TV star Heidi Montag, who intended to send it to director Michael Bay in an attempt to win a role in his upcoming film Transformers 3.
As you will see in the video below, Montag is seen on a gun range unloading a clip of ammunition upon several stationary targets at a shockingly close range. And that’s it. As I mentioned, it doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. This tape raises the following questions/thoughts in my mind:
This might be a joke (probably not).
Heidi Montag has no idea what Michael Bay is looking for in an actress (i.e. she’s wearing a shirt — what gives?)
This has to be a joke (again, probably not).
Montag has likely never seen a Transformers movie.
She’s going about it all wrong — you don’t send Michael Bay a tape. You go to his trailer.
Alright, so more like five thoughts rather than questions. The real question is: why? What is there to be gained from a clear shot of publicity for Ms. Montag? Even Michael Bay is smart enough not to cast such a vapid attention whore. She would only be a distraction. On top of that, if her acting is anything like her singing, it’s beyond awful — we’re talking Megan Fox times a thousand. No, thank you. Lets stick to Victoria’s Secret models and giant CGI robots.
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