Heidi Montag Recording Her Second Album

Reality Tv star Heidi Montag performs during the Miss Universe beauty pageant in Nassau, Bahamas, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)
AP Photo/Andres Leighton
Heidi Montag performs during the 2009 Miss Universe beauty pageant.
AP Photo/Andres Leighton

Heidi Montag returns to the studio to record a new single.

The star of the reality TV show "The Hills" is attempting to make a transition from a TV star to a recording artist. She will be working with music producer Steve Morales.

Today, Montag tweeted: "Heading into the music studio recording my new single! Steve Morales my music producer moves into my house tomorrow to make my summer album!"

Montag has a habit of using Twitter as her source for updating her fans about all the happenings in her life including professional and personal updates. She did not include in her Twitter statement when the album will be released.

Montag released her first single "Higher" as a one-song contract with Warner Brothers in 2007. The song was available only on Apple iTunes and received a lot of responses.

The Hill's star self-funded first album titled "Superficial" cost her about $2 million and sold only 658 copies in its first week of release.

While her first album was co-produced by her estranged husband Spencer Pratt, that will probably not be the case for her second album.