I for one am pretty much over hearing about Lisa Rinna's lips, but this woman and her remarks about plastic surgery are reaching critical levels of irony.
First she told People magazine that she ripped up a cover of the magazine when it featured Heidi Montag post-surgery, saying that she didn't want her daughters to be exposed to it.
Now she's become an advocate of "the natural look," telling PopEater:
I want young women to learn to love themselves. You don't need to change anything especially your lips. […] All these young Hollywood actresses need to stop trying to be the next Angelina Jolie and learn to love themselves.
So Lisa Rinna, who has Juvederm fillers, Botox, lip implants (now removed), and breast implants, would like to send a message to women everywhere that they need to love themselves just the way they are.
Awesomely, this is the same woman who spoke to Us Weekly last April about Kate Hudson's boob job, saying,
I think everyone needs to do whatever they need to do to make themselves feel good. And it's nobody’s business!
Maybe what she's really saying is that it's okay to surgically alter everything about your body except your lips? After all, she claims a certain activity is more fun now that she's had her silicone removed.
Trust me, now that I have removed the silicone from my lips, I feel sexier and Harry loves them. It makes kissing and something else much easier.
Gahhhhhhhhh. I'm just going to assume the "something else" is "eating ice cream."
Does Lisa Rinna seem hypocritical to you, or do you think she's just doing what she can to set a good example for her daughters now that they're getting older?
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