Janice Dickinson Defends Heidi Montag’s Surgery
The world’s first supermodel says Heidi Montag was a rural mountain girl with bad genes.
-April Daniels Hussar
The world’s (self-proclaimed) “first supermodel” is coming to Heidi “Barbie Doll” Montag’s defense. Janice Dickinson, who, not surprisingly, shares Montag’s plastic surgeon, says Montag’s obsession with artificially transforming her body is no “big deal.”
“Heidi was a plain dowdy girl before the surgeries. She’s a rural mountain girl that wasn’t blessed with great genes,” says Dickinson. “The reason I became a supermodel was because of my genetics; I was lucky, I was born that way. To be a great beauty you need symmetry, and that was something that she, and [plastic surgeon] Doctor Ryan, obviously thought she was lacking.”
If you’ve been following Heidi Montag’s transformation into a plastic person, you’ll recall that the Hills starlet (aka: “rural mountain girl”) underwent an impressive ten procedures in one single day last November, including, according to RadarOnline.com: “A mini brow lift, Botox in her brow and frown line area, a nose job revision, fat injections in her cheeks, nasolabial folds and lips, a chin reduction, neck liposuction, had her ears pinned back, a breast augmentation revision, liposuction on her waist, hips, inner and outer thighs, and a buttock augmentation.”
Alas, according to Dickinson, all that surgery was for naught: “I think the surgery aged her actually,” Janice says. “She looked younger without it, and she looked more attractive.” (RadarOnline.com)