Spencer Pratt Tries to Crash the ‘Hills’ Afterparty

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

Last night was the season finale of the “Hills”(are you as upset as I am?) Spencer Pratt wasn’t invited to the afterparty after the series finale aired. He had rented a room at the Hotel Roosevelt, claiming to his Twitter peeps that he was homeless, according to Radar Online. If you think it’s strange Pratt would claim he homeless but he rents a room at a luxury hotel, it turns out that the “Hills” party was being held at the same hotel.

42544, HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - Tuesday July 13, 2010. Spencer Pratt sports a thick beard and curly mustache as he arrives at the Roosevelt hotel wearing a black tuxedo and carrying a hiking back pack. Later in the day, Spencer emerged dressed in a costume, complete with wig, wrinkly makeup, fake belly and a green sack slung over his shoulder, and made his way down famous Hollywood Boulevard. There he met up with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and they could be seen taking photos together as well as strolling the Boulevard. Perez, who looked as if he didn't quite believe it was Spencer, acted like a good sport. Spencer, in full costume, also posed with a Marilyn Monroe statue and a gold Oscar statue inside of a souvenir shop. Photograph: Juan Sharma/Jordan Lockhart, PacificCoastNews.com

Pratt was disguised as an old man and tried to crash the party, but was escorted out by security, according to Wonderwall. Adding to the embarrassment at being kicked out of the party, Pratt’s credit card was declined when he tried to buy drinks for the people at the bar of the hotel. After getting kicked out he hung out with fans outside the hotel saying, “[Now] you will see the real Spencer Pratt. I’m legally released now to be free in America. Freedom of speech. So you can hear my obnoxious mouth on a whole, grander scale!”

Bring it on, Spencer. What you do next should be entertaining.

Additional Source: Radar Online

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