Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have not been kidnapped, and are safe in Los Angeles.
Montag, 23, used a scarf as a shield from the paparazzi while walking into her L.A. home. An eyewitness saw the "Hills" star covered, grew concerned, and called the police to report a "possible kidnapping."
Heidi confirms that the 911 call was a misunderstanding -- and tells People magazine that she's grateful for the quick response from the LAPD.
"We're grateful this was only a false alarm, and I just had my pink Hermes scarf over me," Montag says. "A neighbor was concerned and called the police. We're thankful to the LAPD for their response and making sure we were safe."
The false alarm was first reported by TMZ, which noticed that helicopters and policemen swarmed the reality couple's home on Wednesday afternoon.
See photos of Heidi over the years below!
Heidi Montag may be thrilled with her new face and body, but actress Emmy Rossum is not impressed.
Rossum, 23, took to her Twitter page to blast Montag, 23, for flaunting her new look.
Heidi Montag can't get enough of her nip/tuck.
"For the past three years, I've thought about what to have done," Montag, 23 tells People magazine. "I'm beyond obsessed."
The "Hills" star underwent 10 procedures at the end of November and chronicled her hopes of becoming "the best me." Keeping her family in the dark, Heidi had her breasts enlarged, chin reduced and nose redone, among other cosmetic procedures.
For more on Heidi's secret surgeries, and what husband Spencer Pratt thinks of the outcome, pick up the new issue of People magazine, on newsstands now.
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Now that she's stuffed with turkey, Heidi Montag is hitting the gym.
"Back on the workout wagon! Too much Tgiving food!" Montag wrote on Twitter Thursday.
"Today was my first day back and I already feel so good! I am going to stick with it," Montag declared.
A few minutes later, she added, "I am determind to keep this up through the new year !! you guys are great motivators!"
Montag knows how to whip herself into shape.
She used her "Heidi Montag Workout" to slim down for her Miss Universe performance earlier this year.
Spencer Pratt doesn't expect to hear from Al Roker after slamming him on Twitter Monday a few hours after he and wife Heidi Montag were cut from the "Today" show.
"I don't think Al Roker will be Tweeting me back any time soon," Pratt, 26, told "Extra" at a New York City book signing for "How to Be Famous: Our Guide to Looking the Part, Playing the Press, and Becoming a Tabloid Fixture."
Not that Pratt cares.
"He does only have a few thousand followers so it wouldn't even matter what he says," Pratt says. (In fact, Roker posted Tuesday morning, "Folks, stay on the high road in dealing with people who toss anger and hate here on Twitter. Don't stoop to their level.")
Pratt and Montag also opened up to "Extra" about their reality series, which they joked will be called "The Speidi Show."
Pratt said he's in talks with "the biggest network in the world."
"Everything is currently top secret," he went on. "We are part of 'The Hills' and love the show, but 'The Hills' only shows one minute a week of Heidi and Spencer. The new show will have at least 22 minutes and limited editing! There will also be many live scenes throughout the series."
Added Montag, "Raw, uncut!"
Said Pratt, "A really true version of Speidi."
One topic the reality couple wouldn't discuss: Little sister Stephanie Pratt's recent DUI and court-ordered rehab.
"With this book tour, it's not really relevant to Speidi. I don't know who you're talking about," Pratt told "Extra."
Al Roker isn't taking the bait.
After Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag were bumped from the "Today" show Monday, Pratt took to his Twitter to post nasty messages.
Wrote Pratt, "@alroker WEATHERMAN I thought you were out of town today getting your stomache [sic] stapled again?"
"Folks, stay on the high road in dealing with people who toss anger and hate here on Twitter. Don't stoop to their level," he wrote Tuesday morning.
Roker and the MTV reality couple had their first run-in last June. After a contentious interview, Roker wrote on Twitter, "Heidi and Spencer are an interesting couple. famous for... being infamous. Bad and vacuous behavior. I think we're at minute 11 of their 15."
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are looking to expand their airtime on TV.
Pratt, 26, and Montag, 23, are shopping a reality show to different television networks based on their "everyday lives."
"You don't get to see our everyday lives and what we do," Montag tells the Associated Press. The couple would also like to splice live segments into their show.
They want to stay on "The Hills" while filming their own series. MTV did not return comment to the AP.
The MTV stars are currently promoting their new book, "How to be Famous: Our Guide to Looking the Part, Playing the Press, and Becoming a Tabloid Fixture."
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt write in their new book "How to Be Famous: Our Guide to Looking the Part, Playing the Press and Becoming a Tabloid Fixture" that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are experts at manipulating the press.
Now the "Hills" stars want to get together with the Jolie-Pitts to make sure they're not mad.
"We wouldn't want to p-ss them off. She might steal Spencer -- you know, because she steals people's husbands!" Montag, 23, tells Playboy.com.
She goes on, "But seriously, we'd love to sit down and discuss fame with them. Consider this your formal invitation, Brangelina. Let's hang out sometime. We'll be SpeidiLina!"
Montag and Pratt, 26, also tell Playboy how they became authors.
"They always say, 'Write what you know,' and we know how to be famous. Plus, we're extremely giving people. What good is having all of this knowledge if you don't share it with others for the low, low price of $19.99, available online and at bookstores everywhere?" the couple says in a joint interview.
They continue, "As for how long it took, it was only as long as it took to dictate. This book didn't require much planning or thought from us. It's like if you asked Michael Jordan to write a book on how to dunk, or Bono to write one on how to be a rock star."
The two aren't "worried at all" that revealing their media strategies will have a negative impact on their fame.
"Our fame has never been about being liked. Being liked is fine, and we always love it when people come up to us and say nice things -- which happens more than you think -- but we're famous because we always keep people guessing," they say. "What's more surprising than a famous person actually telling people how they did it?"
So what's next for the couple, who wed in April and are currently fighting over whether or not to have children?
"We're going to adopt an African baby, date Vince Vaughn, shave our heads, pretend Spencer is trapped in a balloon and have octuplets," Montag says.