Entertainment Update: a biweekly update of entertainment news

Andrew Huff (’10)

Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt: Famous, Kind and All-around Heroic

Recently, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt of the Emmy-award winning drama, The Hills, were named not only Good Will Ambassadors by the United Nations, but also honorary leaders of the free-world by President Bush and Congress in a unanimous decision. The two stars, paragons of humility, talent and caring, embraced their new titles by adopting the continent of Africa. Showing Americans everywhere that plastic surgery, scripted shows and cattiness equal world peace, Montag and Pratt are said to be awaiting knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II and sainthood by the Pope. Bless them.

High School Musical 92: Still in School

After several installations in the Disney series, HSM will be back in theaters this fall with the ninety-second edition of the film franchise. The storyline picks up with our favorites high-schoolers still in school (they never graduated), although aged a bit. Now in their nineties, stars Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale said, “we’re so happy to still be in high school after all these years, and Disney loves us so much that they lock us into the set.” Disney decided in 2008 to make the franchise infinite, allowing for future generations to marvel at the phenomenon of High School Musical. Upcoming titles for the film series include “High School Musical: I have classes with my grandson” and “High School Musical: the nursing home.”