Heidi Montag Scores Big Screen Comedy Role; Hires Psychic For Manager & Fires Spencer

Heidi Montag is leaving “The Hills” for Hollywood, temporarily.

“I was just cast in my first feature film comedy! I start filming monday!!!!!” Heidi Tweeted on Thursday afternoon, adding, “this is one of the best days of my life!!! getting icecream to celebrate”

But Heidi’s role is no straight-to-video flick. Access Hollywood has learned that the blonde bombshell has been cast in a cameo role in the 2011-due Adam Sandler romantic comedy, “Just Go With It,” also known as “Pretend Wife.”

Heidi will begin shooting her role in the Sony/Columbia pictures film next week.

The movie also stars another film newcomer, recent Sports Illustrated cover star Brooklyn Decker, the wife of tennis stud Andy Roddick. Additionally, a host of A-listers are a part of the film including Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman in addition to Sandler himself.

The film stars Adam as a commitment-phobic man who tells his girlfriend he’s married and then has to con a family to play the part of his own.

In further Heidi news, the star says that “Speidi” is no more.

She and Spencer Pratt are still married – but the reality star told People on Wednesday that her husband, who has managed her for the last several years, would no longer be making her business decisions.

“No longer is my husband the face of my business or managing my career,” she told the mag. “The time for change is now. Never mix business and pleasure. We are no longer Speidi but Spencer and Heidi.”

Instead, she’s turning to a psychic to oversee her future – 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,” Heidi told the mag. “Having an intuitive psychic leading my team gives me an edge no one else has.”

Heidi could’ve used some psychic guidance before releasing her debut album, “Superficial” – the album, which Heidi claimed cost her $2 million to make, sold a mere 658 copies during its first week in release earlier this year.

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