A plastic surgery addict who was interviewed on This Morning, had to do so standing up because she couldn’t sit down.
Star Delguidice, 28, from Birmingham, has reportedly spent about £20,000 on plastic surgery, but wants her butt implants removed because they’re ‘too big’.
She says she used to be a size zero, and had a ‘flat’ bum, which she now wishes she had again.
Star first underwent plastic surgery at the age of 17, and has since undergone about 200 procedures.
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She blames her desire to change her body on her upbringing, and her strict parents who brought her up in a Jehovah’s Witness household.
Star flew all the way to Turkey to get the latest procedure on her bum, which took seven hours. As part of the procedure, doctors drained fat from her arms, thigh and stomach and injected it in to her bum.
However, Star says she didn’t realise just what the aftermath of the procedure would be, and said she feels in pain whenever she lies down or sits.
She even says she is suffering with anxiety as a result of the procedure.
I think it stems from being a young child and shut away from a lot of things that normal children weren’t.
I’m not entirely blaming my family for the way I’ve turned out, but you know…
I probably am addicted to surgery but I am really scared now. The operation was a seven hour operation.
I’m not ashamed to admit I’m having therapy because I’m having post traumatic stress through the surgery. I feel scared and stuff.
Eamonn Holmes then asks Star about the giant cushion she was sitting on before the interview, which Star says she has to use when she goes out to eat and at other social occasions.
Despite her feelings towards her bum and other parts of her body, Star is still thinking about getting more work done on her breasts and her face.
Star had previously told Fabulous:
It has a bit of an effect on me – mentally, and very much so physically. I haven’t been able to take my lovely little dog out for a walk and that’s affected me.
I just want to live a normal life… if someone said ‘would you go through this again?’ I’d say ‘definitely not’.
A doctor has advised Star not to undertake any more surgery on her behind while it heals, which Star says could take up to two years.