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Heidi Montag — trapped by her own body

August 26, 2010

Less than a year after having her breasts enlarged to X-rated proportions (along with a further 11 astounding cosmetic procedures at the same time), reality TV starlet Heidi Montag is finding out the downside of  a G-sized bust.

For one thing, she can’t hug her four dogs (it hurts too much), and then there are the clothing limitations (not much in the way of off-the-peg outfits that size).  Not to mention the fact that they get in the way of regular wheidi boobsork-outs and that she feels “trapped in my own body”, according to Life & Style magazine.

Oh, and all those plastic surgeries also ruined her short-lived marriage to her “The Hills” co-star Spencer Pratt.

Heidi tells Life & Style magazine she is now looking for a plastic surgeon in South America (?) to remove the super-sized implants and bring her down to a smaller D cup. Or  a double D.

Alas for Heidi, the celebrity plastic surgeon who remodeled her body in November died in a car crash last week.

Let’s hope the implants are easier to get rid off than the pesky Pratt, her soon to be divorced, fame-hungry  husband, who has been kicking up a media frenzy  with claims that he has a sex tape of Heidi that he would like to sell for several millions of dollars.

Alas for the couple known as Speidi, the pair were spotted getting up close and personal in Costa Rica just about the same time as they were supposedly fighting over the alleged sex tape.

“I’m desperate to go back to normal,” Heidi is quoted as telling Life & Style in a cover story.

(She was talking about the breast implants.)

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