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Quotable: Hollywood’s Plastic Surgery Backlash

“I think everyone either looks like a drag queen or a stripper.”

— FOX casting agent Marcia Shulman, on celebs who get Botox or plastic surgery [New York Times] Keep reading »

Quotable: Paulina Porizkova Compares Heidi Montag To A “Cheap Plastic Pool Float”

“Wouldn’t Audrey Hepburn, Jane Birkin, Twiggy, Charlotte Rampling, and Jean Harlow have lost their special brand of elegant, feline sexiness if they were tipping over under the weight of great ol’ mammaries? Compare any one of these natural beauties to someone like Heidi Montag, and it’s like comparing a Hastens Swedish handmade mattress to a cheap plastic pool float.”

— Model Paulina Porizkova has a point about the natural beauty thing, but she’s kind of going over our head with that “Hastens Swedish handmade mattress” stuff. [Modelinia] Keep reading »

Did Kate Hudson Really Get Breast Implants?

Earlier today, we included Kate Hudson in our list of proud members of the itty bitty titty committee. But it turns out that Kate might actually not be so proud of her little bee stings — rumors have been circling that Hudson got her A-cups taken up a notch with the help of a plastic surgeon. Personally, I don’t see much a difference and, frankly, it could just be the work of a decent bra. Then again, maybe we’ve gotten so used to celebs supersizing their racks (hello, Heidi Montag) that when someone decides to just go up a cup size (rather than, oh, 10), we hardly notice. Whatever, I cannot believe I have already spent 115 words (117!) discussing Kate Hudson’s boobs. [Bumpshack] [Photos: Splash News] Keep reading »

After Awards Season Ends, Celebrity Plastic Surgery Surges

Celebrity plastic surgery is more common than we know, mostly because stars rarely admit to it. From obvious cases like Dolly Parton to widely suspected ones like Demi Moore, it’s clear that many celebs have had more than just lunch-hour procedures done. But when do they find the time? Read more Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: The First Rule Of Getting Butt Implants

  • The first rule of getting butt implants is make sure your “surgeon” actually has a license to practice medicine. A Queens spa owner, Barbara Nieto, 27, was charged Friday with assault, unlawfully practicing medicine and endangering the life of a client. For the low, low cost of $500, Nieto allegedly removed fat from Augusta Velez’s stomach and injected it into her butt. Velez ended up in the hospital to avoid a dangerous septic infection. [New York Daily News]
  • Nebraska’s Gov. Dave Heineman plans to sign into law a bill that bans abortions after 20 weeks. Abortions in the second- and third-trimester are already illegal in most circumstances, but Nebraska’s bill is based on the assumption a fetus can feel pain by 20 weeks. [AP]
  • Here’s a Craigslist posting under “Freelance Writer Desired”: “Four literary gentlemen seek prominently published female freelance writer for wholesome strip tease.” Please tell me this is a joke? [Gawker]

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Heidi Montag Unveils Back-Scooped Body, Scares Small Children

“I’ve been working out really hard and I’ve been through a lot so I’m very ready for this moment,” said Heidi Montag, before shimmying off her cover-up at the opening of Liquid pool over the weekend. Looking like a fem-bot is a full-time job, folks. [People] Keep reading »

The Deets On Heidi Montag’s “Back Scooping” Procedure

It doesn’t surprise us when we hear of some wacky plastic surgery procedure to hear Heidi Montag‘s name come up as well. (Seriously, the girl should have a new type of boob job named after her.) We reported earlier this week that the reality TV star wasn’t into hugging people at the moment because she’s still recovering from her “back scooping” procedure. What, pray tell, is that? Visions of a doctor taking an ice cream scoop to your body. Shudder.

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Imagine This: Being Conscious During Breast Implant Surgery?!

There’s a growing trend in how breast implant procedures are being conducted, reports the New York Times—awake surgeries. Instead of putting you out under general anesthesia, doctors and patients are electing to use local anesthetics in the breasts instead. On the patient’s side of thing, the reason is clear: She wants to make sure she’s happy with how her boobs look in order to avoid another corrective surgery. Says one doctor who works this way: “They are talking to me the entire time.” (About what, we’d like to know!) “Once the new implants are in, his patients are propped up on the operating table, look in a mirror and have their say.” Keep reading »

Quotable: Don’t Ask Heidi Montag For A Hug

“I’m very weird about hugging people now—I’m very fragile. … I had my back scooped. I might be the first one to try it. It carves out your back a little bit. … I have the footage of my ten procedures. I’ve watched a little bit.”

Heidi Montag dishes to Ryan Seacrest about her zillion plastic surgery procedures. Uh, why’d she do this again? Also, back scooping? I am gonna barf. [PopEater] Keep reading »

“I Spent $8,500 On A Boob Job”

What do you do when you’re athletic and muscular and, well, small-chested? If you’re 30-year-old Susan Combs, you sock money away. “I started a ‘boob fund,’” says Combs, who lives in New York City. “I own my own business, and I said to myself, when I get enough money, that’s going to be my executive bonus for the year. I’m just going to do it.” Read more Keep reading »

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