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The excited parents will hopefully find out if their baby landed the role on Monday.

Either way, Spencer and Gunner are "going to hit the town with every audition possible." See more pics (below)! On Tuesday, Spencer Pratt shared the devastating news that one of his backyard hummingbirds passed away, likely due to the "damn heat." Related: Heidi Montag & Spencer Pratt Share First Baby Pic alum was visibly distraught, and believes if he didn't sleep in that day, he may have been able to save his "hummer angel." If you follow Heidi Montag's husband on social media, you know that Pratt absolutely adores his birds.

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