Pitiful Heidi Montag reveals her scars to Life & Style


Pity poor Heidi Montag. Someone held a gun to her head and forced her to have twenty million elective operations on her body in an effort to turn her into a more plastic version of a Barbie doll. And now that she has “scars” she regrets the whole thing! SOB. Heidi gave an “exclusive” interview to Life & Style Magazine for their cover story this week – and she even did a photo shoot with the magazine, showing off some of her plastic surgery scars. Heidi claims that she has terrible scarring from her watermelon-sized breast implants (shock!), her brow lift (gasp!), and her ass/back-scooping crap (gross). And there’s more!

Heidi sits down with Life & Style for an exclusive interview and photo shoot to share the unglamorous aftereffects of her plastic surgery, one year later.

Heidi Montag was seeking perfection when she famously underwent 10 plastic surgery procedures in November 2009. Now a year later, Heidi reveals her operation-room battle wounds for the first time to Life & Style.

“Parts of my body definitely look worse than they did presurgery,” she told Life & Style exclusively at a photo shoot on Dec. 2. “This is not what I signed up for.”

The former Hills star reveals a series of unsightly scars, red inflammation and uneven body parts including: a 2-inch-long raised blemish under her chin from her chin reduction, two caterpillar-size bald spots along her hairline from a brow lift, a horrifying jagged line behind her ears from having her ears pinned back, lumpy legs and four spots left on her lower back and below the buttocks from botched liposuction, a bright-red mark inside her right nostril, uneven boobs, a stretched mark on her chest and deep scars around her nipples from a second boob job.

“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.”

Heidi says the scars are constant reminders that she made a big mistake.

“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.”

[From Life & Style]

Do you feel for Heidi? I don’t. I don’t even think Heidi has a “disease” – like body dysmorphic disorder. I think she’s just a famewhore who got a lot of dumb, unnecessary surgeries in an attempt to get attention and now she’s milking the after-effects for more sympathy and pity (attention!).


Cover and additional photo courtesy of Life & Style.

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  1. Rita says:

    There should be a law that you officially loose celebrity status when the only thing you have to make public are your scars. She doesn’t regret one of them, they are all she has to talk about.

  2. samihami says:

    I do feel a little sorry for her. I think that she is not very smart and probably quite easily manipulated. She got sucked into this whirlwind by the psycho she married, who probably convinced her that she would be the goddess of beauty if she had her “flaws” fixed. It’s a shame. She wasn’t a raving beauty before, but she was cute and she looked like a real person. Now she just looks like a blow up doll.

  3. Stronzilla says:

    I love it! She had ten procedures in a day but there are 12 ‘must see’ photos. And what an insult to Edward Scissorhands. How about Heidi Frankenboobs.

  4. meg says:

    Ugh- I can’t tell if people like this are truly THAT dumb or would rather play that dumb for sympathy. Either way it’s pathetic. (Not that we should expect anything else from her)

  5. Motor35 says:

    she was such a cute girl when i first saw her. she is now a freaken mess!

  6. Dizzybenny says:

    i think i’d like to start a charity for her.
    all of us here should put money together and have her lips glued shut.

  7. constance says:

    I can’t pity her. I pity her parents for putting together that genetic disaster.

    She paid for it all so you get what you pay for. I guess she should have invested in a talent or skill and not in uselss famewhoredomness.

  8. MissD'banville says:

    Wait for it…. Nov 2011 “exclusive”- No, I am glad the scars have faded and now I want more surgery ! Did she not also have a frontal labotomy ?!

  9. Sarah says:

    I don’t feel one bit of sympathy for her. She did it all to herself. She got exactly what she deserved.

  10. serena says:

    Who the fuck cares. It’s her fault she’s dumb. She wanted to be a new brand of living plastic barbie, and now she is but nobody cares. That’s it.
    She deserve this all. Of course there’s gonna be scars.. what did she think it was? That’s beyond being dumb.

    Oh yeah, I pity those poor bastards of her parents.

  11. SRM says:

    Hey, she can always have more plastic surgery to correct the scars.

  12. guesty says:

    she is so fos. does anyone know approximately what tabloids pay for cover stories?

  13. happygirl says:

    @Stronzilla – “And what an insult to Edward Scissorhands”
    LMAO…took the words right out of my mouth.

  14. Dragonfly says:

    How much brow could need lifting at her age? Sheesh.

  15. Isabel says:

    Um…no, no sympathy. She wanted to be a cartoon, so she became one. And it’s the only reason anybody talked about her. But now it’s old news…so she’s trying to rehash what she possibly can about those surgeries in an effort for more attention.

    I could not care less about another human than I do her.

  16. Missy says:

    I have no sympathy for this twat AT ALL!
    She’s only doing these stories for publicity so she can keep her face in the news. I guess ppl caught onto her divorce act and are no longer interested in those stories so she has to resort to her PS to get ppl to talk about her, basically the same reasons she had the surgeries.
    This girl is beyond pathetic.

  17. Delta Juliet says:

    Ummm….so she had a bunch of surgeries and now she has scars? And she’s surprised by this? She’s got bigger issues to deal with if that’s the case.

    Car accident victims don’t CHOOSE to be in accidents. She fully chose to go under the knife. Stupid b~*ch.

  18. Cel says:

    It ruined her career – what career??

  19. Roma says:

    Here’s a clue: if you get a procedure but you don’t even know what it is (the back scooping), maybe – just maybe – you shouldn’t have gotten it done?

  20. Jezi says:

    Oh poor Heidi….puhleze!!!! She did it to herself. I do feel sorry for some women who have gotten some surgery and it winds up disfiguring them, but her little scars are the price you pay for getting it done. It’s not that horrific. I wonder if she would be saying these things if the doctor who did the surgery were still alive. Anything for attention. Her fake “I’m so sad” pics that she takes when she discusses her and Spencer being broke are the same as this pic up top.

  21. lilred says:

    Surgery ruined my career.

    Umm don’t you have to have a career first?

  22. Sara says:

    Although she looks very different now, she looks good on the cover, much different that when she first got the surgery done. At least she looks like a person now, not like cat woman

  23. maetha says:

    just doing the interview to make money since she’s broke….it’s the only way she can get attention/money….no talent/skills…if the operations were TRULY botched she would sue the doctor for a way to make some bucks…..

  24. bondbabe says:

    She CHOSE to do this to herself; nobody forced her. Now live with it. She wanted adoration when she chose to have the surgery; and now she wants sympathy because it didn’t make her perfect.

    Anytime you have an invasive procedure, there will be scars–DUH!!

    My father wrote the following in my daughter’s memory book: “Always think again before you make a questionable decision.”

    Oh, that’s right…Heidi doesn’t have a brain to think with.

  25. Laurie says:

    Did she expect to not have any scars?!! Idiot.

  26. cici says:

    i think it’s important that she does this. the truth is many people in these magazines have these scars and we don’t see them. it gives the false illusion that you can have cosmetic surgery with no trace. she should bring to light what the reality is…

  27. normades says:

    stupid b*tch, now just go away forever please

  28. munchies says:

    she need more surgery to ‘repair’ the scars.

    life&style paid here?

  29. ohh.. says:

    She reminds me megan faux: plastic, talentless with no personality, trying to stay famous with photo ops. SAD

  30. KelBear says:

    She forgot to mention that she got her eyebrow lift reversed and another nose job when her and Spencer were in Costa Rica.

    @Dizzybenny, I would contribute to that charity :)

  31. bros says:


    too bad her doctor is dead and drove off a cliff. she can’t sue him.

  32. Jezi says:

    @Kelbear no wonder she looks a bit better. I just thought the work she had done had settled a bit.

  33. fanny says:

    When seeing how we “fans” pull a part people’s looks in cruel detail on sites such as this it is easy to see why young girls can think plastic surgery is the answer. I’m glad she is rethinking the entire situation and talking about it. It might stop other insecure girls from taking her extreme path. I was sorry to hear of the doctor’s death. That was strange. His loved ones must be crushed.

  34. sarah says:


    Good job MTV, giving us more trash to read about.

  35. spinner says:

    OMG!!! Someone start a SAVE HEIDI FUND immediately!! Open your hearts & donate today!!


  36. teehee says:

    Because thats what happens when you have surgery.

  37. clorismetchum says:

    i know she’s a famewhore, and i really don’t like her, and i never watched any of those shows but i’m not even gonna lie….i’d get those surgeries done too if i had the money. hell, there are days i swear if i bend over too low i’m gonna step on my own damn titties, so i wouldn’t mind having them lifted and plumped up a bit.

  38. Leila says:

    She’s obviously broke, or she wouldn’t go through this.

    I think it’s good that the other side of plastic surgery is shown here. They promise you all kinds of things, but this they never tell you, the scars you end up with. So I hope that a lot of young girls see this and think twice before going under the knife.

  39. Alarmjaguar says:

    Whether or not we feel sorry for her kind of overshadows the fact that plastic surgery is an incredibly extreme form of self mutilation and certainly didn’t make her feel any better about herself.

  40. The Truth Fairy says:

    This surgeon was awful. Janice Dickinson, Joan Rivers and Shauna Sand were also clients, which tells you something about his skills. I wonder how many times he was sued for malpractice?

    @Stronzilla — LMAO

  41. Str8Shooter says:

    This chick has got to be one of the dumbest bimbos on the planet. Through and through. If she honestly believes ANYONE thinks she regrets a second of this, then I’ve got a bridge in Alaska to sell her!

    Stupid Famewhore. Her only ‘career’ was making herself into a 35-year-old flight attendant from Scranton. LOL.

  42. original kate says:

    why doesn’t spencer the magic yeti use his crystals to heal her scars?

  43. craigc says:

    Why the pity??!! She’s WEALTHY!! She DID IT TO HERSELF!! AND – she never tells the truth. Why still believe a word she says??

  44. kitty milk says:

    She is gross and Kim kardashian is the new armo barbie.

  45. Moreaces says:

    I care only enough to day, Who cares

  46. Solveig says:

    *if only she was really Edward Scissorhands in that picture where she’s showing her scars!*

  47. launicaangelina says:

    I believe the dr. that did her surgery was the one who died a few months ago in the car accident – dr. ryan?

  48. bellaluna says:

    Idiot! What did she think? Her surgery was being performed by fairy magic & unicorns and there would be no pain or scarring?

    And there is even less respect for her now (if that’s even possible) that she’s bad-mouthing a dead man, who is no longer able to defend himself.

  49. teehee says:

    Yes but its surgery.



    What hole has to be in your head to miss out on the fact that cutting and sewing into your flesh or filing down bones etc will be leaving scars behind? And countless other potential issues?

  50. Jaxx says:

    Of course the surgeon was awful. How many respected doctors would do 10 procedures on a young girl in one day? I already knew he was an idiot. A good doctor would have sent her to a shrink when she came in with that list.

  51. Belle Epoch says:

    The surgeon is dead so she can say any crap she wants now.

    She tried floating that “i almost died during recovery” story while he was alive, and he shut her down because it was ridiculous.

    This girl has played every trick – horrible music, laughable videos, Playboy, fake divorce stories, multi-surgeries, and now surgery sob stories. Nothing is every going to work. STFU and get a job.

  52. Duh says:

    Wah. I have mangled boobs too. Guess what no sympathy here, she did it to herself, unlike me who HAD to have surgery to remove large painful tumors. What a wasted pile of space she and her “husband” are.

  53. Kim says:

    This is not hwat i signed up for???? UM Heidi its EXACTLY what you signed up for and paid for and flaunted and said you were so happy with after. Interviewing on every show w your surgeon who you said yo loved & now that he is deceased & cant speak for himself you are throwing him under bus saying he shouldnt have done all those surgeries on you. You are a grown woman- you made that choice – take responsibility for a huge mistake.

    All those surgeries did nothing for her career (like she thought it would -goodness knows why) so she has to make up a new drama to get magazine covers.

    I do feel bad for her because she is mental & delusional – we arent talking about a sane person here- sad.

  54. Kim says:

    Shes young – those scars will fade alot over time. But plastic surgery, even the best, does leave little scars behind. You cant cut into skin and not expect some sort of permanent mark.

  55. Shannon says:

    What the hell did she expect?! That she’d be cut up in 20 different places but would magically have no scars? Please, this woman is so dumb it’s criminal.

  56. skeptical says:

    she did it to herself. that’s why i have no sympathy for her. she CHOSE this! and now she’s trying to get money off it again.

    i’ll save my sympathy and donations for cancer patients, thanks.

  57. Bitter fruit says:

    “People have fewer scars from car accidents than I have on my body.”

    Someone get her a waaaaahmbulance! FFS don’t even go there, you piece of poo.

  58. Twez says:

    I honestly think you should have to watch the video of a plastic surgery procedure before you undergo it yourself. Most of the true surgeries are so physically violent, people would FREAK OUT. I’ll never forget seeing a nose job on one of the medical channels where the doctor had a big surgical tool up the person’s nostril and was literally filing something down. I’m getting sick just remembering it. Liposuction is also really aggressive and scary looking.

    I also recall signing something for every (medically necessary) surgery I’ve had which explained that you can have bad scarring, including keloids, even if you’ve never scarred badly in the past.

  59. Alexis says:

    So she regrets this, and she regrets losing Lauren as a friend…yet she still hates her Mother and got back together with Spencer?

  60. June says:

    She recovered from 10 major surgeries all smiley and enthused…yet a few scars and bumps (that any smart person would expect with such a hefty plastic procedure), and she can’t deal.

  61. tara says:

    She can serve as a PSA to keep other young women, or anyone for that matter from doing this crap to themselves. She is a prime example of what not to aspire to. It’s time to go back to Colorado and repent.

  62. dragonlady sakura says:

    Wah, wah, poor Heidi. It doesn’t matter that so many people are out of work and the economy is still in the crapper, she’s suffering because she has scaring. Cry me a river!

  63. Katija says:

    Um, okay. I have two very similar scars from gymnastics when I was a kid (the one on my chin from when I fell on the beam is almost identical) and I do not consider myself “Frankenstein.” Heidi should do what I do – Get a tube of good concealer (Amazing Cosmetics is the best) and move the hell on with her life.

  64. Shay says:

    The very title of that magazine, ‘Lifestyle’ is disturbing to me. How to stay thin, surgery scars? What kind of crap lifestyle is that but a masochistic lifestyle that portrays masochism as a normal state for women.
    I don’t care how many scars Montag has. She clearly thinks that what she did is justified and don’t get me started on the Kardashians.
    With people still struggling after the GFC, losing their homes, etc, there is a disturbing portion of women who are stupid enough to buy Lifestyle Magazine and others like it.
    Whatever happened to reading a novel? Or has McDonaldization wiped out American minds?

  65. Sassy says:

    She’s worse off than an accident victim? The fuck? Is she for real? Heidi CHOSE TO GET CUT UP, so um, yeah, you’re gonna have SCARS. Moron.

    This twatwaffle needs TO GO AWAY.

  66. Gabriela says:

    I looooove her abandoned dog expression on the cover photo!!! ahahahah

  67. bagladey says:

    It’s really sad when your only way of making money is to exhibit to strangers all your flaws, scars and deformities: Isn’t that a freak show?

  68. crtb says:

    Most of those scars are tiny and you wouldn’t notice them unless she pointed them out to you. For 10 surgeries, I think she has very few scars. I had a hysterectomy and I have a huge scar down the center of my tummy.

  69. Gina Caplan says:

    I feel the same way I felt when I saw what Michael Jackson did to himself and what Elvis did to himself: it’s a curse to have too much money and nobody to tell you NO.

  70. Whiny Dancer says:

    I wish she’d get her mouth sewn up

  71. SuSuMusa says:

    LMFAO @ Gabriela:

    I looooove her abandoned dog expression on the cover photo!!! ahahahah

    I hate this white trash with passion.. pls GO AWAY you & your spencer.

  72. LBees says:

    Whatever wench! Way to make car accident victims seem better off than your drunk ass.

    Serial though, I split my chin running between two pools at Disneyland (I was six, don’t do that) and have the same scar. It ain’t all that bad. nobody can see it.

    Nyah. Poop. Who cares.

  73. Aspie says:

    Oh Heidi…surgery didn’t ruin your “career”, your lack of any real talent did

  74. Jag says:

    I don’t like her at all and have no pity for what happened to her. That said, the scars are worse than what I would expect from those surgeries, and she has a right to be upset about them. Although, it is interesting that she didn’t start bad-mouthing her results until after her surgeon died.

  75. truthzbetta says:

    Agreed, she’s just a fame ho who found a new angle to get a cover.

    How delusional that she’s celebrating this “cover story” somewhere.

    Who buys this silly mag? Of the six people on that cover only 2 have ever had actual jobs. Although soap acting and playing a game for a living really are borderline.

    This is just Barnum and Bailey time.

  76. Lindsay says:

    It takes a lot of class to slander someone in the press who isn’t even alive to defend himself. Especially since she claimed to be his friend and sung his praises when she first started getting attention for this. After he called her out for blindsiding him for, according to him, exaggerating the length and extent of the surgery and fabricating her near death experience she shut up. Then shortly after his death she started saying she hated it and the doctor should not have done it. She is bitter that her makeover didn’t giver her the publicity boost she was expecting to launch her singing career.

    I hate that Dr. Ryan’s legacy is going to be this. He wasn’t perfect and had a fair share of personality faults, but he deserves a better legacy than this. He did some amazing work professionally. He worked on quite a few celebrities before her and started his own very successful practice. He was very talented with a scalpel and amazing at business and marketing.

    LA is full of plastic surgeons and is a VERY competitive market. There are about about 4.1 per 100,000 resident matched only by NYC and Miami. It is full of doctors that attended only Ivy League schools, doctors who came from a much more privileged background that allowed them to start their practice with a lot more resources, and others who have connections at established practices and potential clients. He was raised by a single mother, a nurse, after his dad died when he was three. He went to med school at Ohio State University, which other surgeons would point it out as a black mark against him to dissuade patients from seeing him. Despite his background he was able to become one of the top doctors in LA.

    He also was a philanthropist. Despite his success and busy schedule he started a few charities. He worked with inner city kids and would remove gang tattoos for free for people who wanted out. He treated the ex-gang members just like he would a client and did laser removal in his office despite the possible consequences of allowing them to share the waiting room with high society of LA. It is tragic he lost his life because he couldn’t wait until he was no longer driving to send a text.

    Should he have done the surgeries? Probably not. Should he only be remembered as the surgeon with questionable judgment who fulfilled Heidi’s requests? No.

  77. Lindsay says:

    Also, the “Why They Split” headline is misleading. I know it sounds more interesting that “Why They Split Three Years Ago,” but if you have to mislead people with the title because the actual title sounds boring, then the story is boring.

    But we need a new break up to rehash over and over for years. Change it up a little. Although they both seem pretty dull, so there might not be anything to hash at all.

  78. Luckylilgem says:

    Her surgeon did an amazing job on her face. Guess she’s figured out she can get more fame out of being the poster girl for the just say no to plastic surgery.

  79. Lindsay says:

    One last thing. I have spent far to much time on this but the Life & Style website has a quote: “Last month Montag said she wished to reduce her breasts from the current G-cup to a D-cup because she doesn’t want to have the “biggest boobs in the world.”

    She either lied about being a G cup or doesn’t know the alphabet. Disturbingly each scenario is equally plausible. She is scrapping the bottom of an empty barrel for both integrity and intelligence.

    Anyway, I clearly remember her saying she wanted him to make them bigger so she would be an H-cup because H is for Heidi. When I read that it made me wonder if someone who thinks like that legally sign a consent form or operate heavy machinery.supervision

  80. Celebitchy says:

    Thank you to people who reported comments from this thread.

    Death wishes and multiple nicks are an automatic ban and that’s all I’m saying about that. It’s in bold when you comment.

  81. JQ says:

    Before I got pregnant 5 months ago, I was teaching English in Korea. Some of my students had a high English level so I’d get to discuss interesting topics with them. One of them was plastic surgery. I spent a great deal of time discussing this with them as Korean women love getting surgery done (thus ruining what makes them unique and Korean). I told them about the risks and dangers and even brought up Heidi. After this lecture, none of my students wished to participate in plastic surgery. I really hope they keep that frame of mind.

    About the Dr. Ryan guy…there is a fantastic book (fiction) about a hack of a plastic surgeon called “Skin Tight” by Carl Hiaasen. If you need persuading on how dangerous plastic surgery can be, read it!

  82. Diane says:

    Personally, I think this is her way of pitching a reality show. Think of it.. the cameras can follow her from surgeon to surgeon as she looks for one who can eliminate her scars. Maybe they could call it Heidi Ho.

  83. MNGIRL76 says:

    PLEASE! I have a huge perforated scar that goes up to my belly button from colon surgery! I can’t get rid of it so I own it! It was a little embarrassing during swim suite season but now I consider it my war wound to live a healthier & better live!
    STOP your effing whining! Your surgeries were elective!

  84. Bethany B. says:

    Ya know, those could all be fixed with a bit of plastic surgery. She should call Bruce Jenner for a referral.

    Though in all seriousness, HM should be thankful she didn’t wind up like a local woman where I’m at who had breast augmentation (reduction I think, but I’m not sure), and it was botched, so she tried to get it fixed, and it got botched, and she wound up with her nipples on her shoulders, and her insurance wouldn’t pay for further corrections.

    Given that perspective, no, no sympathy.

  85. Hakura says:

    Does anyone else find it sort of ‘sadly ironic’ that Heidi is on this cover talking about the negative results/dangers of plastic surgery (which mostly comes from poor self esteem)…right next to a picture of a Kardashian in a leopard bikini & heels, bragging about her method for staying ‘thin’?

    I dislike that she won’t take responsibility for her part in this, that she’s talking about these procedures as though she was ‘forced’ to have them. Yes, patients should be made aware of risks, but it’s her body, and she’s responsible for making an informed decision before going through with anything. It’s not just an accessory you can remove if you dislike it.

    But I do pity her situation. I feel bad for the fact that she had such low self esteem, was so unhappy with herself, that she thought she needed all this. & that she seems to feel that her life isn’t important or meaningful unless it’s being documented in the media somehow. & That her marriage to someone who seems like a complete douche looks like one big PR stunt that has done nothing but make people dislike her even more.

  86. Lindsay says:

    Bethany – There are a lot of people that have died as a result of their plastic surgery. Compared to them being alive to complain about the location of their nipples seems lucky. There is always going to be somebody worse off in comparison so it is faulty logic to not feel sorry for someone because you feel worse for someone else. Plus, augmentation means adding.

  87. Stella9 says:

    @Lindsay – That’s interesting about Dr Ryan. I thought he seemed like a nice man and I think it’s disgusting that Heidi is trying to destroy his legacy now that he can’t defend himself. I do however think that Dr Ryan should have recognized that Heidi was out to stir up controversy rather than trying to achieve a true asthetic goal and he should have refused to perform these surgeries, particularly so many at once. She was not a good candidate for cosmetic surgery. That said, now that all the swelling has gone down I think Ryan’s work looks great (except for the boobs) and she should be happy with her results – especially, since, let’s be honest here, she was certainly no beauty before. She had had ps before, surely she realized there would be some small scars? I’ve seen close ups of her many times since the surguries and I never, ever saw these scars until she pointed them out. I think the only thing she’s ‘devastated’ about is the fact that, like the Balloon Boy incident, Heidi’s publicity stunt might have brought her a lot of attention but it was NOT the type she was hoping for – it has not brought her the career opportunities she craved; proof that not all publicity is good publicity. Now she hates her image of the vain plastic girl and she is desperately trying to back track by saying how terrible plastic surgery is and trying to dump all the responsibility onto Dr Ryan. Next thing we know she’ll be saying he coerced her into it.

  88. Who? says:

    I do not know who this person is.

  89. Lindsay says:

    Stella9 – I agree that performing all those surgeries was poor judgment. I just wanted to tell his side of the story. He was a talented surgeon and this should be a footnote in the events and accomplishments in his life cut tragically short.

    My speculation on why he did it was he had a hard time saying no to her. He did her first surgeries and had been her friend for awhile. He also probably trusted her when she told him the reasons she wanted it. Also, if he did it he could control the amount of work done, the quality of the work, and plan it to be as safe as possible.

    He had to have know if he did turn her down she would have it done anyway. She wouldn’t have had a hard time finding someone to fulfill her desires for money, the prestige of working on a celebrity, and the publicity. He may have felt those doctor’s wouldn’t have her best interest at heart. Also, the type of doctors who would do excessive surgery seeking fame and fortune may not have the training or skill. Dr. Ryan could make sure things were done within the set guidelines of surgical durations, done in the best order to prevent infection or complications, and ensure quality work.

  90. doug says:

    She was beautiful before and she is now beautiful after. If she was happy with her looks she could move on with whatever she wants in life. Heidi please find something you are passionate about besides your looks.

  91. Mrs G Harrisn says:

    @Lindsay: Like all plastic surgeons, the only thing he couldn’t say “no” to was her money.

    Can’t she just have her implants replaced with smaller ones?

  92. kiwikeet says:

    Oh No! Not a “bright red mark inside her right nostril”! How completely disfiguring! She should probably just wear a bag over her head. That alone should show you that she/the tabloid mag is just fishing for a story. MY GOD—not the nostrils too!! Life’s so unfair!!!

  93. angie says:

    I do feel for her, because I think that there is so much pressure on women to look a certain way. She was fine the way she was, but she probably didn’t see it- much like women with eating disorders. She needed a therapist and not a surgeon. Also, I think it’s crazy to read so many hateful comments. You would think what she did was criminal the way people talk about her. The public just loves to see a woman fall from grace, particularly a pretty woman, even if it’s just some reality star they’d never heard of before.