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Heidi Montag: ‘I would love to not be ‘plastic girl’’

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Heidi Montag has something quite interesting to say about her plastic surgeries, the way they make her feel and the marks they left on her body:

“This past year has been the hardest year and craziest year of my life. It’s been a year since my surgery and that’s really when my life and whole world kind of turned upside down.”

“When I look in the mirror today, I don’t really know who I see. It is me and it’s not me. It’s a very weird situation. Sometimes I’ll run across an old photo and it’s actually shocking sometimes because I’ve been three different people. I’ve had three different faces.”

“Sometimes I wake up at night and I have chest pain, and… if I exercise a lot then I get sharp pains in my breasts sometimes. A lot of my scars won’t ever go away.”

“Parts of my body definitely look worse than they did presurgery. This is not what I signed up for.”

“The big dark mark from my chin reduction is probably the most noticeable. But the absolute worst is on my breasts, and the scariest is below my butt cheek,” Heidi tells Life & Style. “People have fewer scars from car accidents than I have on my body.”

“I would love to not be ‘plastic girl’ or whatever they call me. Surgery ruined my career and my personal life and just brought a lot of negativity into my world. I wish I could jump into a time machine and take it all back. Instead, I’m always going to feel like Edward Scissorhands.”

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Serafiina
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Serafiina

I feel so sad for her. I wish time makes her feel better.

alyssa
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alyssa

Eff that
I don’t feel a shred of sympathy for her.
She’s only honking now for more publicity (which she’s getting here). Don’t think she isn’t getting MORE money for another cover.

I hope she disappears – she’s shameless

beckers
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beckers

What can you say? She brought it on herself.

salma
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salma

does an anorexic brought it on herself? and a bulimic? she is sick, she needs a shrink ASAP, she has the lowest self esteem and she needs to be treated.

RAchel
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RAchel

No she’s not sick.. she just wants attention. Like how she faked her divorce. She has no low self-esteem, just too much time and money.

She DID bring this onto herself and now she can deal with it. No one should feel any pity for this woman. I’m assuming that she knew she risks of surgeries, everyone does.. we all know it can cause scars that don’t fade, or that it can fail or within time it can look worse than it did before surgery.

LOL at the ‘ruined my career thing’ haha xD Like she had one to begin with.

mokona
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mokona

Agreed. Everything about her and her monster husband is fake. Actually their career is ‘fakeness’ and creating so called scandals(!!)..
Whenever she opens her mouth, I doubt her sincerity. She does Playboy, and says God made her do it?! Seriously, Heidi? I really can’t feel sorry for her.

Gre
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Quote…

mol
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She IS sick, somebody who wants attention that bad does have self issues. She most likely needs to see a psychologist. WOW a lot of the users here ain’t really using their brain, if you want attention that bad(like heidi) you’ve got low self esteem and need help, i don’t know why users on here are saying it’s normal to want that type of attention from others! hello! it’s called low self esteem! geez she needs help for her! before it gets way too far! even futher!

nope
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nope

She might have low self-esteem, but I missed the memo where having low self-esteem and being an attention w—- makes one sick. I’m sure she could benefit from a psychiatrist — I’m sure the majority of the world probably could. I don’t think this woman is a victim in any way, shape, or form.

izzie
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i absolutely agree with beckers and i don´t feel sorry for her.
she exaggerated it sooo much… it´s her own fault.

bd53
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that’s what i used to think but i can’t help but feel bad for her now. every picture she’s in smiling at the beach with her new body she really just looks miserable. she can’t go back and it’s really sad.

Krissy
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Krissy

Shes a dumb broad theres no excuze for what she did, call it some fancy disease or whatever you will. EVERYONE warned her.

cleigh
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A joke. She was naturally pretty before and she ruined it.

Mia
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I really do want to feel bad for her, but it’s too hard to tell when she is being sincere. Now that the media stopped paying attention to her and her husband they have to find a new way to get publicity, so they are trying the apologetic and remorseful approach….it’s just impossible to tell whether these two behave a certain way because they want fame or because they are truly regretful.

Hazal
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Hazal

I think it’s for fame -therefore I definitely don’t feel any pity for Heidi.

Becky
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Becky

I agree with Mia… I never liked her and I never will. It’s always seems as if she’s just trying to get attention. She’s done this to herself!! She supposed to know what she was doing!

Has she already removed the breast’s implants?? They were pretty weird and extremely fake and she REALLY should do that.

Anne
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Anne

True! its like the case of the little boy who cried wolf! Even my economics teacher was talking about them and he was like they moved back to their parents house, and itll take them several years to get out of that debt /.

Bunny feet
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Bunny feet

It’s hard to say whether she is being manipulative to get attention but if this is how she truly feels, i feel sorry for her. Let it be noted the prefrontal cortex of the brain fully develops last at age 25 so she couldn’t truly understand the gravity of her choices. I can’t imagine how it would feel looking at a face in the mirror you don’t recognize.

goldfish
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goldfish

i’ve never liked her – but i actually feel kind of sad for her.. it doesn’t matter that it is her own fault to me, it must be devastating.

Aryn
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Aryn
I really don’t feel bad for her, at all. Why should anyone feel sorry for this girl? She’s a big girl who made her own decisions, her own choices, and now she has to live with it. All people make mistakes, it’s human, but she was aware of what she signed up for, even if she said she wasn’t. All surgeries scar, or atleast you’re notified that you’re likely to scar, hell when I had my wisedom teeth taken out I had to read this long list of bizarre side effects, like the swelling in my face never going completely… Read more »
Jessie
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I *completely* agree!!! The whole environment she found herself immersed in seemed to ruin all her self esteem. I’m sure the pressures are unbelievably intense in Hollywood but really, she did it ALL TO HERSELF.

Debbie
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Debbie

Boo freakin’ hoo…she bought her ticket. She knew what she was getting into. No sympathy.

Sidney
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Sidney
What did she expect? Or is she really mentally ill? If not, well to start with “this is not what i signed up for”, please, it’s exactöy what she signed up for, there are risks in every surgery, and the risks involving plastic surgery and the aftermath of it is pretty easy to access. A “mere” b❆❆b job can have severe consequences even if it’s done well, and people might think about it for years before getting the courage. All that she’s saying sounds like she one day walked into a hospital and asked for all of these changes and… Read more »
neutra
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neutra

The plastic surgeons who agree to do such drastic surgery (like in Heidis case) have a lot of explaining to do. I find it morally reprehensible.

LouLaLa
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LouLaLa

My brother had brain surgery and whined less than this self entitled little miss. Are we meant to pity her for a self inflicted disaster?

She needs a reality check. Some people dont choose their scars, she was the orchastrator of the whole mess.

Balthazar
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Balthazar

Very well put.

bronzedbela
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bronzedbela

I feel sorry for herself, because the plastic surgeon who performed all those surgeries on her is somehow responsible…he had the obligation, as a good doctor, to send her to a psychiatrist or any professional who could first discuss all her body issues. She will never be happy no matter how gorgeous she looks because her problem is basically about self-steem and other things not physical really.

padme
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padme

Well he’s dead now.

nrose
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nrose

I feel bad for her, I can’t help it, but at the same time, she should have known what she was signing up for. It’s a shame really.

Claire
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Claire
I personaly think that when you are going to have this massive (and completely unnecessary) surgery, you should have a visit with a psicologist. I mean, your whole body is going to change and you are really young to get into this 10 procedures in ONE day. And someone has to check if you are ready for this big change and if what you see in the mirror is what you really are. It’s obvious that the only thing wrong with her wasn’t her previous body, but her mind. Where were her parents and friends when she decided to do… Read more »
cfp
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I think now that all of her fat injections have gone down and her face has settled in she actually looks pretty again, and not so different than she did after her first surgery. Other than the massively ridiculous b❆❆b job, that is. I have very natural large breasts, so I see nothing wrong with large b❆❆bs in general, but hers are INSANE.

But anyway, those scars are not bad AT ALL and I’m sure this was just an attempt to get more publicity and of course, it is working since I’m commenting on this post.

cfp
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Oops, I meant that my own breasts were very large, natural*…reversed the wording there.

solaxia
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solaxia

he he

aj
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I feel very sorry for her. I remember one scene on the hills when her mum was saying something along the lines of ‘heidi you didn’t need all the surgery your pretty as is’ and heidi was like in this sad voice ‘you don’t live in hollywood’.

She strikes me as someone who really felt the pressure and wanted to be beautiful and I feel really sad for her and can understand how the pursuit of beauty could get totally out of hand. Poor heidi.

lizzy
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lizzy

i have some advice for you heidi:

don’t become a reality tv star and get 10 unnecessary plastic surgeries in one day.

too late. she did this to herself. i have zero sympathy.

Eva
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I find it hard to feel sympathy for this woman. She didn’t have to ‘live in Hollywood’ or have plastic surgery. She chased fame and this is yet another attempt to gain attention. The media should have been finished with her long ago, particularly after the whole pseudo-divorce stunt. As far as I can tell, all she is famous for is lying and pulling outrageous publicity stunts – no credible talent whatsoever.

maya
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maya

I feel sad for the desperation she exhibits to seek attention but I can’t really read anything she says and not think it’s just another ploy for publicity.

Melania
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Melania

Totally. It is really hard to believe she regrets it and is not just looking for more attention.

jaisah
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jaisah

I agree with Mia’s comment. I want to believe she is being sincere but you just don’t know what she will do or say for a paycheck. The fact that she’s broke makes me question her reason for speaking out like this. For all I know, her publicist could have told her to do this. Had she not received so much negative backlash she may be singing a different tune right now.

aimdawg
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this is just really really sad. I actually believe her in this. I thought before she WAS, obviously, trying to be an attention w—-, but who could blame anyone for not wanting to look liek that? sucks that she is fnally coming out of her messed up daze that she was in and realizing how much damage she’s done…:( I feel for her

SlicknSexyfied
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SlicknSexyfied

See, I think she looks gorgeous. Face, body, and everything. I can understand her wanting to take her augmentation down to a D-cup via a redo, but I actually LOVE her facial results. She also has my dream hair to boot. She’s beautiful. Heidi, I hope you see this!

news
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she does anything for press and magazine/news coverage for herself. yea, agreed on the naturally pretty comment earlier. she ruined it.

Polly
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Polly

This is all too stupid. She knew she could get attention and money for doing the surgeries and broadcasting it. Now she knows she can do the same with whining about her surgeries. She just needs money and is willing to do anything to get it.
How can anyone feel bad for her?! I pity her, not feel bad for her.

Dee
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her career? OMG SHE HAD NO CAREER!!!!!

siriously, she looks totally fake and THAT looks bad, but the surgeries she got are good. like if you looked at each thing at a time, everything was very well done and im %10000000 sure she was notified she will have scars!! so theres nothing bad to say about the surgeon. (may he RIP, poor guy)
she obviosly just wanted the attention everyone knows she is a famew**re. and she needs to shut up already.

solaxia
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solaxia

did the surgeon die?!

mia
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Surgeries leave scars…how is that surprising to her?

I feel sorry for her, for not being smart enough to really think the whole surgery thing through.

layne
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layne

Those scars don’t even look that bad. I have a scar similar to that on my chin (from falling on broken tile) and no one has ever even noticed it unless I’ve pointed it out. The dark spot on her hairline… uhhhhhh. Shadow? Use some skin lightener? Give me a break. I think she’s just starved for another magazine cover.

acrat
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acrat

…because we all know if you have a SINCERE “apology” (or whatever you want to call this), Life & Style is the place to do it…

Mia
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LOL. That’s the only outlet that will pay her to express her regrets at this point.

Lux
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Everything that comes out of this girls mouth is tripe.

Erica
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This whole thing just shows she has very limited intelligence! How could she not know that so many surgeries would be very painful and leave quite a bit of scarring? It just makes her sound really dumb that she went into all that without the proper information. I don’t really feel bad for her. She wasted a huge amount of money on something that is, imo, completely selfish and superficial – and she doesn’t even look better than for it! I remember when I heard about her surgeries, it was just after the Haiti quake, and I thought she was… Read more »
Jamie
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Jamie
First off, I just want to say that I like the way you comment. You seem rational, logical and constructive, which is, really, the only way to approach a discussion. Kudos. 😀 I can understand your anger towards Heidi, I find it provocative as well, but not necessarily because of the timing. I remember that I felt bad for Heidi in the beginning, not so much because of the things she said, but because of her relationship. She’s in an obvious abusive relationship, and I’m not even saying this based on the partly scripted reality show she was in. Pratt… Read more »
solaxia
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solaxia

oh gosh you just described what I am going through! Except without the surgery etc and trying not to be selfish (though it’s so hard to think of others when someone is sucking the life out of you)…but you bear the consequences you bring on yourself.

Jamie
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Jamie
I’m very sorry to hear that, but have in mind that it’s a very good sign that you actually can see and acknowledge your situation. Because if you can see that, then you’ve got an advantage over those who are still in denial or so deep in it that there’s no way back. I’m not gonna get too personal here, but if you are in an abusive relationship, you need to talk/tell someone, family, friends, a professional – someone you trust. Believe in yourself, your strength and know that you can always – ALWAYS – a possibility to get out,… Read more »
Jamie
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Jamie

*correction: and know that there’s always – ALWAYS – a possibility to get out.

edith the elf
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Erica – your comment is absolutely perfect. Obviously the surgeries were her choice, and it is hard to find sympathy for her given that choice. I also feel much more anger towards the medical professionals who exploited her. Apparently at her consults the doctors told her she *needed* heaps more stuff done than she initially asked for. When your own insecurities are reinforced by a professional – someone you’re meant to be able to trust – you will agree with whatever that person says will fix them. It doesn’t surprise me that she went along with what the doctors told… Read more »
Erica
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I agree Edith and Jamie – she is obviously in a bad relationship with Spencer and Hollywood and it’s really awful that she has been exploited to such an extent.

I do pity her – as I said, I don’t think she seems like a bad person, just messed up. And it really is the ugly side of Hollywood when you think about what has happened with her – it’s actually very sad.

Mustang
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Mustang
I find it rather appalling that so many of you lack the ability to empathize with another human being, especially another woman. How many of us have felt like we aren’t pretty enough, or skinny enough? I feel really bad for her. I, like everyone else, have my bad days where I don’t feel so great about myself, but I can’t imagine hating myself so much that I would ever attempt to essentially change my entire body. A lot of you argue that she made the decision, and therefor doesn’t deserve your sympathy. But you fail to ask why she… Read more »
cleigh
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I’m sorry, it is one thing to have an ‘off’ day and not feel pretty or skinny enough, I’m sure we all can relate. But doing what she did is an entirely different scenario. Yes, part of it must have resulted in low self esteem, but the other part came from an overly self indulgent, attention seeking part…which does not deserve my sympathy.

Kimberly
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Kimberly
Very well said. I agree. I have my bad days where I feel really insecure about my appearance. I’m sure every woman in the world feels like that, and more often than they would care to admit, but Heidi risked her life to permanently alter her appearance. Didn’t she get 10 surgeries in one day? How is this intelligent OR safe?! I personally think she needs to see a psychotherapist. That would be money well spent. I really do have a problem with her statement, “This is not what I signed up for.” Yes, it sure is. I’m sure they… Read more »
Alex
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Alex
Exactly. It’s important for the surgeon to let a patient know of all the side effects and possible outcomes, because a lot of people will grasp at the tiniest chance to sue, and unfortunately a lot of times the jury feels sympathy for an undeserving plaintiff. So no surgeon in his right mind is going to leave any possible outcome unturned. If you’re not sure if you can deal with the consequences you need to sit back and take a think. For me, I would like to get a breast reduction within the next year or so. But I have… Read more »
Mustang
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Mustang
That’s funny how you apparently know, without a doubt, that her decision to get plastic surgery came from “an overly self indulgent, attention seeking” part of herself. You must be so well acquainted with her, childhood friends maybe? The fact is, you DO NOT KNOW why she decided to have such extreme procedures, as the most any of us can do here is speculate. I wouldn’t presume to understand the thoughts and feelings of one whom I have never interacted with. Also, to assume that everyone makes completely rational decisions 100% of the time is ridiculous. Was her decision intelligent?… Read more »
Alex
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Alex
I think what leads people to believe that this decision came from “an overly self indulgent, attention seeking” part of herself was the way she threw herself to gossip magazines like a hungry dog throws itself on a bone. Most other young girls with body issues (such as girls with anorexia, bulimia and other disorders) try to hide their extreme discomfort with themselves and especially the ways that they cope. We know that she and her husband are bankrupt and that they cash in whenever she does one of these magazine features. And, as for your question “Why is she… Read more »
cleigh
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To answer your question:

Obviously, because they are extremely affected by the media/advertising. We all are, to an extent, but she made a CHOICE, as an adult, to be overly affected to do what she did to herself. A choice that I can not sympathize with, childhood friends or not.

Kimberly
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Kimberly
I’m not sure if you were referring to me, but I believe in accountability for one’s actions. Some people are more heavily influenced by society and media’s view of beauty. I believe it has something to do with building self esteem and confidence. It’s also about making choices. Did anyone tell this girl to have all these surgeries so she could be “beautiful”? She herself said she wanted to look like a Norwegian goddess. Instead of viewing herself as a unique person, she wanted to morph herself into a fembot. I think all of this is psychological. I also think… Read more »
solaxia
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solaxia
Mustang- I agree with you. I mean, I can’t say for sure that is being sincere and that she isn’t attention seeking. HOWEVER, I can’t say I haven’t made conmpletely RIDICULOUS decisions in my life and had to deal with the consequences of hurting everyone around me and hating myself for what I had done. I always wish to take those decisions back, but we are human and that is impossible. Some people don’t have great upbringings, some people do stupid things because they are hurting, or because they want to help and may end up hurting everyone in the… Read more »
Mia
Guest
so at what point do you start believing in personal accountability? is Heidi Montag really that mentally ill that she has no control over her own actions? If that’s the case, she shouldn’t be living independently, she should be under psychiatric supervision 24/7. There is no doubt that Heidi Montag is a victim of her environment, BUT, she also took it way too far. It’s not like everyone in Hollywood has undergone the same number of procedure she has. She clearly became so obsessed with money and fame that she decided it was worth it to risk her life (and… Read more »
Mustang
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Mustang

I have never said that I don’t believe in personal accountability, but many of the comments before mine judged her only. Also never stated that she was mentally ill, but to pretend that people aren’t influenced by society is stupid. Quite simply: if society didn’t encourage women to go to great lengths to look perfect, then it wouldn’t happen.

Mia
Guest
No, you didn’t say she was mentally ill, but a person who is unable to “control” their actions is clearly suffering from a serious and debilitating mental illness. And yes, as I said, she is a victim of her environment to an extent. But truth is, that the overwhelming majority of women do NOT go undergo plastic surgery, so I would argue that Heidi Montag’s problems go much deeper than the pressure to be beautiful. And also, in response to your previous comment – although not every behavior is rational, plastic surgery is hardly an off the cuff decision. While… Read more »
Mustang
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Mustang

-the fundamental attribution error: the tendency to overestimate the extent to which people’s behaviour is attributable to internal and dispositional factors, and to underestimate the role of situational factors.
-people’s actions are influenced by emotions, which can cloud one’s judgement (ie. they can still weigh the pros and cons, but the need for perfection can prevail despite the cons)
-did you know there is an epidemic of eating disorders in western culture? do you not think that this could be related?

Mia
Guest
FYI, it is no longer called the “fundemental attribution error”. It now called the “attribution bias”, because as it turns out individuals in Eastern cultures do not fall prey to this error to the same extent as Westerners. And to be honest, I am not even sure what you are arguing for. First you say we don’t give enough credit to the role of her environment, then you argue that we should continue to believe in personal accountability. So how are we supposed to feel about Heidi Montag exactly? I am honestly baffled by how difficult it is for you… Read more »
Mustang
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Mustang

I understand perfectly well why others lack sympathy, I was merely presenting another perspective, one which had been previously ignored. Heaven forbid someone actually challenge your perspective on the world.
Oh, and FYI anyone who knows anything about psychology or social psychology (specifically attribution) would know what I am referring when I mention the fundamental attribution error, and that all attribution biases vary with culture. It is a TYPE of attribution bias, not the only one.

citygirl
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citygirl

I agree with you, I feel so bad for her. Anyone can get carried away and make a bad decision. People really dont know the pressures of living in Hollywood, it is brutal.( I lived there for two years ,modeling) It really does change the way you look at yourself and others, its like a sickness in itself. And she is so young and easily influenced. Thank god i got out before it was too late.

solaxia
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solaxia

hmmm interesting to have an insiders view on things!

Issa
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Issa

If you don’t feel happy about yourself, you do some sports, you do your hair differently, or you go shopping. You don’t have 10 surgery’s! Something inside her head should have told her this is insane

Brittani
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Brittani

The false expression of disappointment on her face is enough to make my head explode. She is not sincere, this is the same “look” Spencer had for their photoshoot about being bankrupt. God, I can’t stand these two.

Alex
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Alex
I think almost everyone on this board either feels pity for her or no sympathy at all. I do not feel sorry for at all. Her surgery ‘turned her world upside down?’ Maybe it was a combination of spending her fortune, marrying some guy for publicity too. There are people who are a lot better than her that have had worse tragedies befall their lives because of something unrelated to themselves. A bet someone who lost a family member in a car crash, or someone who lost a job they’d worked hard to get and had been working at for… Read more »
flossy
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flossy
God almighty I cannot stand this media/fame w—- this is the last ditch attempt at celebrity status that is quickly slipping through her fingers. Al she wants is attention she made $10 million dollars and squandered it on foolish nonesense. I have no sympathy plus she didn’t have the surgery that long ago and so there scars are probably still healing she’s just an impatient self serving brat. And she has the cheek to say she feels like Edward Scissorhands what an insult, Edward had talent she has none and as for career I must have fallen asleep for a… Read more »
wonderwoman21
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wonderwoman21

I don’t feel sorry for her at all. She had already had a nose job and breast implants before her 10 surgeries, she KNEW the pain of one surgery having to heal and made the decision to get TEN in one session simply to grab headlines and come out “perfect”. Obviously she has a narrow sick definition of beauty. And a gross need for attention that trumps her own safety, her family, and her “dignity”.

wonderwoman21
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wonderwoman21
And to add that the only reason she is doing these woe-is-me interviews and slamming her plastic surgeries is because the public reacted negatively to the surgeries. The public at large still considers her ugly and robbed of any natural beauty of youth, and she’s a big joke. Not a sex symbol like she imagined she’d re-emerge as with watermelon breasts and a new face. The public rejected her, and that’s why she’s whining. Had, by some miracle, the public reacted positively and considered her somehow “beautiful” and “sexy” she’d be happy. She’d be damn happy. But alas, nipped, tucked,… Read more »
Ellen
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Ellen
It’s hard for me to feel sympathy for someone like this. Even if she is being sincere, it’s hard for me to take her seriously. She literally now spends her life trying to find a way into the limelight. It’s sickening. First it’s these drastic surgeries, then it’s her fake, contrived relationship with Spencer what-his-face. Now this? Honestly, I feel like at this point, it’s time to live up to the consequences. She knew what she was getting into with these alterations. And even if something went wrong, or not as she had 100% wanted, she knew THAT was a… Read more »
Anne
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Anne

lol! i dont wanna be mean, but its funny how i always thught that at some point she would be on a maazine all sad and s— and going oh i wish i didnt have surgery and now it happened 🙂

nannou
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nannou

I hate those magazines

Nikki
Member

She used to be soo pretty 🙁 I feel so sad when I look at her now, and how she’s ruined herself, and I do feel sorry for her. Of course it was stupid to get surgery, but it shows that there’s something wrong with her, her self esteem must be really really bad, and that what makes me sad.
It’s too bad she can never go back to the pretty, bubbly girl she was. Then again, there are people that deserve my sympathy waay more in this world, but i still feel sorry for her.

Kayla
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Kayla

I have a hard time feeling bad for her too. I have been struggling with thyroid and heart complications and would give anything to be healthy again and not have to deal with surgeries and endless doctors appointments. Your health is something that is priceless and I can’t understand why people CHOOSE to have elective surgery.

I guess it’s good she’s realizing this now, but one has to wonder if this is just another publicity stunt.

DainaLi
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DainaLi

exactly. there are people with far worse situations & conditions than she has. one little scar on her chin? spare me. this is nothing to pity her over. & i agree that it’s a publicity scam. that’s what they do. hell, they wrote a book about it! so i dont believe anything she has to say for a second.
& there’s no way that she had NO idea going into it that getting her chin reduced or that getting size F or H b❆❆bs wouldnt leave scars. she’s a moron.

BRE
Guest

I remember I used to go to the gas station where a woman there had huge wart looking bumps all over her ENTIRE body. I remember feeling so sad for her, how she probably has never felt normal, how people stare at her, how hard it must be to find people to love. I’m sure that woman would trade places with this Heidi in a second. Her scars are not that bad.

DainaLi
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DainaLi
woe is me. that’s all i see in this pathetic reach for a ‘story.’ she did this to herself. she opted for surgery & no one made her do it. I’m sure she was well aware of the risks. if she wasnt then she is simply stupid, & i feel not one ounce of pity for her. no one else should either. i think that there are far more people in this world with far more worrisome situations that i can actually feel bad for. she is hardly one of them. she’s simply desperate because they are no longer in… Read more »
kaila :)
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kaila :)

boo ff—*n hoo b— , her and her husband are so full of s— i honestly get so sick and tired of hearing about her….its her own damn fault that she wanted to get surgery and be barbie and have everything plastic …..sorry hun go cry to your ff—*n momma and tell her this s—

deanna
Member

Sad excuse for a human being.

Sophie
Guest
Sophie

i wish she would stfu and just…go away.

Rachel
Guest
Rachel

Scars are ALWAYS going to hurt for some people!
My friend’s surgery scar STILL pains her, years and years later. Plastic surgery is NO different!

I don’t feel bad for her, and yet I do.
I can’t imagine the feeling of dismay she must feel, the regret.
But, she can turn this feeling around, if she wishes…

holly
Guest
holly

I dont think she regrets it at all i think she is just doing this to get back in the spotlight again. and if she does regret it why would you keep going and going and going to get more.

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