EVEN AFTER 10 EXTREME PROCEDURES, HEIDI STILL ISN’T SATISFIED!
When Heidi Montag stepped out at the opening of Liquid Pool Lounge in Las Vegas, the sounds of partying were nearly drowned out by gasps of horror. “People were in shock at how huge her boobs look,” says a witness “She looked ridiculous” Adds a second onlooker. “She looked like she was going to fall over. her boobs were so big!”
In fact, five months after her infamous 10-hour. 10-procedure plastic surgery marathon, the only person who doesn’t seem to think Heidi made a massive mistake is Heidi herself. “I love the way my plastic surgery looks,” she gushed at the April 10 event. “and I would definitely get it again.”
ANOTHER BOOB JOB
Alarmingly, the procedure Heidi. 23. longs for most is a third breast augmentation! “I definitely want another boob job down the line.” she recently told Life & Style.” I didn’t get them as big as I’d originally wanted.”
It’s hard to imagine her boobs, which she says are between an E- and an F- cup, getting bigger! She’s already had to make drastic changes to her life to accommodate them.” I do less running now.” the fitness freak tells Ltfe&Style. Unable to fit into her old wardrobe, she says she’s resorted to designing her own outfits “so they fit perfectly.” She even told Ryan Seacrest she’s scared to hug people “because I’ve had so much done… Im very fragile”
But there’s no stopping Heidi, who got her surgery despite husband Spencer Pratt’s objections. On the upcoming season premiere of The Hills, moments after Heidi unveils her surgery to her horrified mom, Darlere, she confesses, “I actually wanted bigger ones, but they couldn’t fit in.”
ADDICTED TO SURGERY
Heidi shows signs of being addicted to plastic surgery. “She may be suffering from body dysmorphic disorder.” which involves a fear of imperfection, says Shari Corbitt, senior executive director of Promises Treatment Centers in Makbu. And getting a brow lift at age 23 “is definitely a warning sign of a plastic surgery addiction.”notes Miami plastic surgeon Michael Salzhauer.
Indeed, even if family and friends urge Heidi to stop, it’s unlikely to happen. Post-surgery, “I honestly couldn’t feel better.” she tells Life & Style. “I’m very extited, and I feel great.”