Sunday, October 22, 2006

Tara Reid suffered a real life nip-and-tuck nightmare


Nip and Tuck nightmare for Tara Reid

Maybe this was meant to be so that I could tell the rest of the world what not to do, the perpetual punch line tells Us Weekly in a cover story detailing her nip-and-tuck nightmare. If it can happen to me, and I'm supposed to be able to get the best, it can happen to anyone. Tara says she decided to go under the knife in April 2004 because my breasts were uneven. I was a 34-B, but the right one was always bigger than the left. I weigh 110 pounds now, but I always used to fluctuate by 10 pounds, so my skin was kind of saggy. I figured, I'm in Hollywood, I'm getting older, I'm going to fix them.

Unfortunately, she didn't take time out of her busy straight-to-video and bar-hopping schedule to do any research and instead went to the first doctor I saw and got horrible plastic surgery that left me very scarred. Among the problems, claims Reid, is that the surgeon upgraded her cup size without her approval. I asked for big Bs, and he did not give me big Bs. He gave me Cs, and I didn't want them. At all, she says of her hypermammiferous new look. Right after the surgery, I had some bumps along the edges of my nipples, but the doctor said, Don't worry, it's going to be better. But after six months of it's going to get better, it started to get worse and worse.

Those bumps became a hot topic of conversation following Tara's accidental exposure at Diddy's birthday party in November 2004, an infamous mammary baring of which she's previously kvetched, People act like it was the worst crime in the world. It was a mistake, you know! But you would think my boob had popped out and shot Gandhi! She now sniffles to Us that although her chest might have been lacking feeling (hence her obliviousness to the draft at Diddy's), her heart sure wasn't I was on Web sites as having the ugliest boobs in the world. I was devastated.

The former Taradise host says her woes were made worse by suitors who unkindly pointed out she was no longer enjoying the breast of times. Guys I was dating would be like, What's wrong with them? They look really bad. You know, you should really get them fixed. she laments. So embarrassing. I mean, you definitely need to turn off the lights, that's for sure. Unfortunately, the augmentation wasn't Tara's only surgical sore spot. The lipo, which she said she got because she wanted a six-pack, also went wrong. My stomach became the most ripply, bulgy thing I lost my confidence. This was a nightmare I lived through. In September, Reid went back under the knife for reconstructive surgery, emerging with improved cleavage (the implants stayed in), a smoother stomach and a self-esteem boost I feel like a woman again.

As for her reputation as a table dancing dipsomaniac, she insists she's not just a party girl I'm not always drunk. My picture is only taken when I have a cup in my hand. Trust me, my body is tired. I partied hard.

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