It is not unknown that more people put themselves under the knife to confirm their appearance. Here, top blogs Sophie Elise (24) and Isabel Council (25) have admitted they have attached their body.
However, everyone is not as exhaustive as it is about the number of times you choose to sit on the operating table.
Reality Profile Laura Alicia Summers, best known from "The British Edition of" Ex on the Beach ", appears to Manchester Evening that it has a lot of money spent on its appearance, over £ 500,000, which is about $ 5.7 million . .
No plans to stop
Summers, originally from Manchester, have fallen 50 times over the last 17 years, they say. This includes three buttocks, eight child restraints and seven nose surgery. As if that is not enough, she has no plans to stop the intervention in her future.
– Plastic surgery is like doping. You become addicted, but in a good way, they claim, and continue:
"It's not for everyone, but it has improved my life in several ways," she told Manchester Evening.
Summers have been honest about their plagiarism, and on Instagram, they shared several 100,000 followers several times before before and after photo's.
In one of & # 39; the photo & # 39; s has thrown & # 39; A trend of the past 10 years, which challenged people to return an image of themselves from ten years to no time, and to compare themselves with the problem of today.
Summers change is nothing but terrible.
– It's not for everyone, but it's my life, my body and my choices. I am not one of those who think I am natural, but I am always open and honest about all operations, if it's not just fun and range, something of what they say & A photo wrote.
– I don't see myself as a role model, but I want to inspire others to do what they want with their body and to be who they want to be. Too much live in fear that others accept it. It crushes my heart, went on.
In addition, the reality profile tells us that the reason for choosing operations is because of bullying in childhood.
According to Summers, she had a fussy education, saying that it was somehow so poor that she was hospitalized as 13-year-old after & # 39; she was probably attacked by five other children.
The attack resulted in a broken nose, broken ribs and a crooked mouth. The parents of the reality profile decided to go to the inside of the school, describing it as the starting point for the plastic interventions.
– I had a hard time at school. People said I was dick, I was overweight and had glasses. Everything I wanted to look like at Barbie, she says in interview, and adds that she always had a big dream to become a model for Victoria's Secret.
Summers says she already started saving for her first breast surgery as early as 15 years old. However, the first operation was performed when she was 18 years old.
Reality profile even thinks life changed to positive to & quot; it & quot;
Despite being happy with her interventions, however, she acknowledges that not all operations have been as painless.
After her first chest surgery, complications started and she had to remove the silicone before then and undergo two new breast surgery in retrospect.
In the interview, the reality profile also points out that they do not want to promote plastic surgery.
Encourages her to stop
Summers, however, is not the only reality star that has attempted to repair it outwardly, but sometimes it may go too far. It got Charlotte Crosby (29), known from the MTV series "Geordie Shore", when they shocked the fans with their looks.
In April, fans became very concerned about sharing a post on Instagram, which was later deleted, with more than six million followers.
The 28-year-old shared an image on the way to Brazil with her boyfriend, Joshua Ritchie, from a luxury first-class aircraft. The post was nearly flooded with comments from fans who called Crosby to stop their operation.
Comments like: "Poor girl, is it an allergic reaction?" And: "They should have stopped plastic surgery, botox and filler for a long time," should have been consistent in all comments.
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