Spencer says he’s “madly in love with Heidi and trying to win her back to marry her”

One of the major plot points on The Hillsdramatic third-season quasi-finale involved Spencer and Heidi, the couple everyone loves to hate. While they broke up, they may not be over yet.

Spencer told Ryan Seacrest yesterday that he’s “madly in love with Heidi and trying to win her back to marry her. …In my mind I’m not moving on or looking for dates. I don’t know where Heidi is, I know she needs her space, but I don’t want to get back to my bachelor days. Heidi is the most perfect girl on the planet.”

However, there is a lag in their actual lives and the show’s taping, and Spencer said on the radio that the eight spring bonus episodes will “clarify [what happened in the finale]. It’s top secret. I think the wedding is definitely on pause, last I heard.”

As a possible hint of what’s to come, Spencer and Heidi “were together at Koi following last night’s live broadcast, which Montag attended but Pratt did not, and photographers caught the dueling duo arm-in-arm,” People reports.

The Hills’ Spencer Is Trying to Win Heidi Back [People]

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