I don't her definition of addiction is quite appropriate, addiction simply means like what she has done having 10 surgeries in just a day,who's not addict now?
Heidi Montag Brings 'God' Into This Plastic Surgery Debacle
Heidi Montag is about as real as Pamela Anderson's right nipple. Don't ask me why I chose the right, you could blame it on me being a righty. But since the whore's got nothing else better to do than to waste millions on plastic surgery, I might as well give a crap when she somehow brings 'God' into it.
While being interviewed on CBS' 'Early Show,' Montag answered questions about this ridiculous surgery showcased on the cover of 'PEOPLE' mag last week. That girl had more silicone in her than Paris Hilton has penises.
When questioned, Montag says that she's "not addicted" to plastic surgery as many have claimed, and refutes anyone who claims she is. "None of those people know me. That's just a judgment," she says. "If I were addicted, I would have had ten plastic surgeries."
Chan is quick to refute Montag, saying: "You did have ten plastic surgeries!"
Montag brushes off the claim, saying she didn't have ten plastic surgeries... just ten procedures in one sitting. "Well, I mean ten times. I really had two different surgeries. I had one three years ago, and one several weeks ago with several procedures."
Still, Montag insists she isn't an addict by definition.
"If you're addicted to something, you have to do it all the time. Not once every couple of years, if even," she said. (source)
Funny thing is, there are deathquakes in Haiti and wars across the pond, but here's CBS toying around with Heidi's idiocy---more than likely promoted by her better half, Spencer Pratt.
Access Hollywood's Billy Bush asks Montag if she's a devout Christian and believer in God, why wouldn't she just take the face that God gave her? "Or maybe God gave me extra because he knew what I would be doing and blessing me with such a great doctor," Montag replies.
In the CBS interview, when asked by Chan about what she thinks of herself now that she essentially looks like a different person, Montag says "I thfnt, improved version of myself."
And what about all of the young girls who look up to her, buy her music and read magazines that she graces the covers of?
"My main message is that beauty is really within. I'm also in a different industry than they are. I have to do things that are going to make me happy at the end of the day. I'm living in my skin, I look in the mirror ... I want to take advantage of everything and be the best me."
Closing out the interview, Chan inquires as to whether Montag had all of this work done simply to boost interest in her new pop album, 'Superficial.' Montag laughs off the claim, saying that it was "all God's timing." (source)
Yes, because when God made the human body he made sure to OK the possibility of plastic tightening and enhancing. He had time between making the right human leg and Atlantic Ocean.