Heidi Montag Addicted to Plastic Surgery


On November 20, 2009 Heidi Montag spent 10 hours getting a series of cosmetic surgery procedures, including increasing her breast implants to a DDD, getting "sexy ears", and arching her brow, which Dr. Frank Ryan, her plastic surgeon, admits "isn't commonly done" to 23-year-olds. In the accompanying 7-page interview, Heidi explains that she wanted to get the operations because her dream is to become a pop star and "it's a superficial industry." She adds,

"I would say the biggest reason is to feel better, to feel perfect. I was made fun of when I was younger, and so I had insecurities, especially after I moved to L.A. People said I had a "Jay Leno chin"; they'd circle it on blogs and say nasty things. It bothered me. And when I watched myself on The Hills, my ears would be sticking out likle Dumbo! I just wanted to feel more confident and look in the mirror and be like, "Whoa! That's me!" I was an ugly duckling before.



Heidi is allowed to do whatever she wants to her body, but her comments about the way she saw herself "before" are still extremely sad. Even if you hate Speidi and their media-whoring, it's hard not to feel bad for a young woman who, when asked about "changing what God gave her" says she knows, "It's what's inside that God cares about," then goes on to publicly disparage her natural body saying, "I honestly was never the prettiest girl. I was more like the frumpy sidekick to Lauren Conrad."

Yesterday Emmy Rossum tweeted about Heidi's cover,

It upsets me to see young women in the spotlight advocating plastic surgery. ANY surgery is extremely dangerous&should not be taken lightly, ..much less, used as a tool to increase notoriety or popularity... By putting this on magazine covers, we are somehow legitimizing the dangerous lengths to which some will go for fame and "beauty"




What do you think?

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