Heidi and Spencer got married this weekend again, and no one cared. No, literally, no one cared. They tried to sell the pictures and everything, but even Us Weekly
was all "No thanks." OK Magazine
offered them some magic beans or something, but eventually they settled for non-exclusive photos rights.
The couple didn’t comment on their strategy, but a source close to them said that now that everyone’s watching their bottom line, there was no bidding war to drive up the price, and this all-around deal was the best way to make a buck in tough times.
“They’d rather be on page 50 of Us, People, In Touch or Life & Style than be on the cover of a magazine like OK! that isn’t going to sell. They need to make money, and so does the magazine. The formula is changing,” said the source. (Source)
Heidi and Spencer have paparazzi follow them around at the grocery store, and this is the second wedding they've tried to sell exclusive rights to. I wonder if those two have ever heard the expression "Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free." I don't actually know where I was going with this, because most people would rather drink liquid Swine Flu than Heidi and Spencer Milk.