Heidi Montag Returns With Christian-Pop Banger “Glitter & Glory”

In Defense Of Heidi's 'Superficial'
Heidi Montag's 2010 album 'Superficial' is a misunderstood pop masterpiece.

As all true music lovers know, Heidi Montag’s Superficial is a bafflingly awesome collection of electro-pop songs. Unfortunately, the universe wouldn’t let the reality TV star be great and she gave up when the album flopped. While the 32-year-old has toyed with the idea of a comeback for a while now, it looks like the stars have finally aligned. Heidi surprised fans yesterday (August 21) by dropping a banger dedicated to Jesus. Yes, “Glitter & Glory” delivers a spiritual message over tinny synths.

“I’ve seen power and possessions take an inch then take control, don’t wanna gain the whole world and lose my soul,” our heroine preaches. Heidi then takes us straight to church on the chorus. “Don’t wanna live for something temporary, I’ve set my sights on eternity,” she belts with the help of heavy autotune. “A whole world of lesser things shines before me, but there’s a difference between glitter and glory.” A powerful message that transcends Christian-pop. Start engraving Heidi’s Best Gospel Song Grammy!

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