When it comes to Farrah Abraham, it takes a lot to shock us at this point.
This is a woman, remember, who is no longer a Teen Mom cast member because she got heavily involved in the world of amateur adult entertainment on the Internet.
She also once threatened to murder a reporter.
And yet... Abraham has managed to pull off the impossible.
A new YouTube video released by the reality star has sparked fresh plastic surgery chatter among viewers, as well as questions about the D-Lister's mental state in general.
In what way, shape and form?
Scroll down to find out.
"CONFESSIONALS ARE BACK! WATCH EP.1 link in bio! Fake marriages, sag aftra, ummm real real you FARR-IBERS!," wrote Farrah as a link on Instagram, sending followers to a video in which she looks like, well... this.
We Mean, Just Look at Her
We really do hate to comment on someone's appearance, but it's sort of hard not to be taken aback by her face here, right?
There's a History of Plastic Surgery Here
"I've hated my nose since I was 13," Farrah told In Touch Weekly in 2012, conforming her nose job and adding that she had a breast augmentation in 2010. It cost $16,000.
I'm All Done Going Under the Knife!
Years later, during an appearance on the Allegedly podcast, Abraham said she had to cut back on plastic surgery. "I took a chin implant out. I've dialed down on the injections because I thought they were too much," she said back then. "There was a lot of stuff. Plastic surgery turns out to be more than you bargained for. I can say that for sure. I kind of just let it all go."
On Second Thought...
"I regret not getting more," she said years later. "I think it's good. I always say it's better to prevent when you're younger than when you're older and you've let yourself go. It's more money and you change your look more. I just want to seem youthful and plump and be happy. I don't want to ever look like I have bags because I do stay up late, and I do work a lot."
What Does She Actually Say in This Video?
"I have no hate for anyone, but this is a confessional... people think I'm fake, but I've been the realest person," Farrah claims early on, explaining that this is why she had to step away from MTV for a little bit.