Heidi Montag is finally ready to
clamor shamelessly for attention tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth about her recent boob job.
In an interview with Us Weekly, The Hills star confirms that she has undergone a rhinoplasty and breast augmentation earlier that month.
The 21-year-old aspiring singer opens about her decision to go get a nose job and boob job, enlarging from a 32A to a 32C, and the problems with her image.
Us: Were you ever teased about your appearance?
Heidi Montag: "People would say, "You have such a big nose!" And they'd make fun of me for being so flat, and say mean boy things, like, "If you nailed two nails in a board, they would be bigger than you are." I was tormented. And when I was older, I'd want to be intimate, but I'd feel insecure. My boyfriends always had bigger chests than I did!"
Heidi Montag is, well, very honest about her boob job.
Us: Tell people why you had the surgeries.
Heidi Montag: "I've always been very insecure about my body. My whole life, I looked at my chest and was like, okay, they're going to grow. This is my year! And it never happened. I was less than an A-cup. I wore push-up bras, which cut into my skin. If I was with a guy and there was a girl next to me with big boobs, I would be like, Oh, my God, he's looking at her! On the beach, if I was standing next to a girl with big boobs, I'd be like, I hate her! I hated my nose too. I have my dad's nose, which is huge. It took up so much of my face, when I looked down, I could see my nose. I couldn't get away from it!"
Us: A lot of people believe Spencer Pratt pressured you into surgery, since he's made his love of Playboy bunnies known.
Heidi Montag: "He had nothing to do with it. If anything, he said, 'maybe you should think about it a lot longer.'"
Us: Take people back to April 2, the day of Âsurgery.
Heidi Montag: "I woke up, and it was like Christmas: I was a nervous wreck, but I was just so excited at the same time. Spencer said, "I'm so proud of you." It was like he was wishing me well off to school: "Love you! Bye!" But surgery is a big deal. Before I went in, I was like, What if I don't wake up? Oh, this is scary. Then I thought, I don't care. If I don't wake up, it's worth it. I wanted it so badly."