Heidi Montag claims she doesn't want anything to do with plastic surgery
Heidi Montag of "The Hills" claims that she is done with plastic surgery after famously getting 10 procedures in one day in 2009.
"Obviously when I get a little older, I'll take it from there," the 24-year-old told People magazine. But for this moment, I don't want anything to do with plastic surgery!"
The reality star went under the knife for a mini brow lift, Botox in her forehead and frown lines, a nose job revision, fat injections in her cheeks, nose and lips, a chin reduction, neck liposuction, breast augmentation revision, liposuction on her waist, hips and thighs, buttock augmentation and she had her ears pinned back. But Montag claims she is done with procedures, "definitely... for now."
In April 2010, Montag who appeared on MTV's "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills," expressed some regret for her many surgeries. She said at the time that she was experiencing a lot of pain and could no longer hug people. She also admit at the time that her breasts, which she had enlarged to an "E or F" made it nearly impossible to jog or exercise.
Earlier in the week, Montag said that she needed time away from the spotlight to be with her husband, fellow "Hills" star Spencer Pratt, after six years of tabloid rumors and demonization as one of the most notorious couples on reality television.
Montag is returning to reality television with a new VH1 show, "Famous Food," which will see her and others try to open a restaurant.
The series also stars Ashley Dupre, the call girl at the center of the Elliot Spitzer sex scandal in 2008, former "Bachelor" star Jake Pavelka, "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Danielle Staub, Vincent Pastore from "The Sopranos" and DJ Paul and Juicy "J" from the rap group Three 6 Mafia.
The group will try to open and operate a Los Angeles restaurant. They will complete tasks such as "renovating the space, agreeing on a restaurant concept, creating marketing plans, crafting a menu, hiring the staff and eventually, ensuring a flawless grand-opening," a VH1 statement said.
After the eatery's launch, the "most valuable star" with be given a partnership stake in the restaurant. The show, composed of 10 1-hour episodes, will debut in the fall, VH1 said in a statement.
Montag is known for her role on the MTV reality show "The Hills," which also featured her husband Spencer Pratt, the series' villain. The show ended last year. The couple also starred on the reality series "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me out of Here!" but eventually quit the show after threatening to leave several times. In one episode, Pratt was baptized by fellow contestant Stephen Baldwin.
Montag made her big-screen acting debut in the movie "Just Go with It," which stars Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. She has received criticism for her multiple plastic surgeries.
In November 2010, Montag and Pratt renewed their wedding vows after almost divorcing. Also that month, Life & Style magazine reported that Pratt and Montag were bankrupt, adding that they owe about $2 million in taxes. The two have not commented publicly.