While the controversy regarding Heidi Montag having 10 surgical procedures done in one day by Dr. Frank Ryan, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, has been milling about for a couple weeks now, this is the first time we have had the opportunity to catch up on some of the commentary by other media outlets.
One interesting interview is with Access Hollywood, where Heidi, 23, talks about how she almost died post-surgery. You can check the video out below. She seems no longer life-like.
To some this could somehow seem normal. To most, even to the Hollywood types, this probably seems slightly crazy. So many questions come to mind like how did Spencer Pratt, her husband, allow her to go through with this? Shouldn’t a loving husband draw the line at some point? How could Heidi allow herself to go through this? Is this truly a step to advance her career? She was already a very pretty girl!
We all knew that she had some “work” done prior to the 10 surgeries performed in November - and yes, there was a fake’n’bake air to her (a Los Angeles norm) but she was still naturally hot, peroxide hair and all. Now, she simply looks almost Joan Rivers-esque, (a more youthful version, as ironic as that sounds) - swelling or no swelling. We can’t think she will look much different at the 4, 5, or 6 month marks post-surgery. She may feel better, but look better? We’re in shock…and unsure.
What do you think of Heidi’s new face and choice to go through with this? What do you think of her interview with Access Hollywood and reasons she underwent such a drastic change? Do you look up to Heidi?
It doesn’t even seem as if she could be a relatable role on MTV’s The HIlls anymore.
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