Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Video: Heidi Montag Reveals Her Regrets and Her Plastic Surgery Scars

She infamously underwent ten different surgeries in one day, including a chin reduction and second nose job.
Now Heidi Montag has revealed the shocking scars caused by her plastic surgery, which she claims ruined her life.
A year on The Hills star has been left with unsightly marks and even deep grooves all over her body, with bald patches in her hair and uneven lumps from liposuction.
'The big dark mark from my chin reduction is probably the most noticeable,' Heidi said. 'But the absolute worst is on my breasts, and the scariest is below my butt cheek.
'People have fewer scars from car accidents than I have on my body.'
In an exclusive photoshoot for Life & Style magazine the 24-year-old showed off the ill-effects of her surgery.
She revealed a two-inch-long raised blemish under her chin from her chin reduction, two caterpillar-size bald spots along her hairline from a brow lift, a jagged line behind her ears from having them pinned back, lumpy legs and four spots 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.
'Parts of my body definitely look worse than they did presurgery,' Heidi said. 'This is not what I signed up for.'
Heidi claims the scars are constant reminders of a low period in her life.
'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.'
credit - Daily Mail, ET, Hollyscoop
~Kelli at Hills Freak


  1. Heidi definitely has low self esteem most likely from her childhood. She also has BDD. I do believe Dr. Ryan malpracticed. There is no duty in the United States to screen for BDD. Dr. Ryan knew this and operated anyway. I think she could bring awareness to BDD only if she would accept she has it. I think a lot of her saying she was "happy" with ther result initially was due to her so wanting to believe that the "surgery" was fixing her problems and she didn't want to "accept" that her problems are deep down and not physical. She still is in denial about the BDD but I think she is going through the grieving process with the physical results, which unfortunately she will have to go through again once she realizes she has BDD. She has a long road ahead still.

  2. I disagree. I think her plastic surgery is and always has been about getting publicity.

  3. Heidi is a sad person. I don't have pity on her when I think of the person who she is now, but when I see a glimpse of how she was back in the Laguna and early Hills days, I really do. It's very sad that she didn't realize how special and unique she was then. The saddest part is that there are many young girls who think and feel the same way and don't believe that they will find happiness until they are "perfect". Even though I 100% agree that Heidi is doing this interview for attention, I am hoping that she will reach at least one person and help them realize that surgery isn't the solution.

    BTW, I agree with Anonymous 6:26. Very well said.