Heidi Montag, famous for … for … something … oh, right: being in a reality show starring someone else and marrying (or maybe not marrying) a young man with an appetite for fame exceeded in size only by his ego, insists she’s not addicted to plastic surgery, telling ABC’s Good Morning America, “If you’re addicted to something, you have to do it all the time, not once every couple years, if even.” So there you go. The definition of addiction to plastic surgery is getting it at a frequency greater than once every year or so.
A recent cover story about Montag in People magazine tells of her head-to-toe makeover that consisted of ten procedures in one day (on top of the procedures she had earlier). Surgeon Frank Ryan, who has taken some criticism for basically reconstructing an entirely new Heidi from the original 23-year-old chassis, insists that “These are little tweaks and things we did. … These were all kind of small things.”
He may be pressed into service again, however, as Montag, who is now equipped with triple-D sized breasts told Extra that she may want to go bigger still, saying, “F. I like the F. I actually want H for Heidi.”