Heidi Montag infamously underwent 10 cosmetic surgery procedures without delay, which she and husband Spencer Pratt publicized tremendously on the time.
“The Hills” star has since admitted she regrets going underneath the knife for all the pieces from a nostril job to breast implants (which she later eliminated), and now she and Pratt, 35, confess that peer stress and Web trolls had been an enormous consider her choice to rework her look.
“Heidi thought people would stop criticizing her if she got surgery. Everything she did came from people criticizing her in the comments on Us Weekly and People magazine,” Pratt instructed Cosmopolitan. “She introduced printouts of what the trolls and haters stated to the physician and stated, ‘Can we do something about this?’”
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“Everybody’s insecure,” Pratt said. “However it’s completely different whenever you’re younger and on TV and everybody’s speaking about you.”
Montag, 32, additionally described her expertise, which she considerably regrets.
“I was way too young to make such a life-changing decision and was under so much pressure because it was the beginning of comment sections and negativity and hate on the internet,” she confessed. “I was just really self-involved at the time — like so many young people — but I was also on TV where every perceived flaw is amplified.”
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Montag, who, together with husband Pratt, has made a profession in varied actuality TV ventures since her MTV days (together with “The Hills” reboot, “The Hills: New Beginnings”), requested readers to rigorously take into account why they need so strongly to alter themselves.
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“Obviously, it’s your body and I’m not against plastic surgery, but everyone always shows you the before and after pics,” she added. “They don’t show you how devastating the recovery is. I don’t regret a lot of my enhancement, but plastic surgery isn’t something that should be glorified.”