“America’s Next Top Model,” all-star edition winner Lisa D’Amato may be smooth on the runway, but apparently she’s just as prone to freak accidents of klutziness as the rest of us. The Top Model took a tumble, resulting in a need for reconstructive surgery.
32-year-old Lisa D’Amato is recovering from multiple facial injuries, including a broken nose and lacerations in her forehead, chin, and lips, as a result of freak accident while filming the indie flick “Cowboys and Indians.”
“We were just kind of monkeying around,” she told People magazine, explaining that she was doing a handstand against a crew member when she fell. The other person then landed on top of her, injuring her further. “It was a totally freak accident,” she added. “It wasn’t like we were doing back flips off the balcony.”
Lisa has been updating her Twitter followers with photos of her plastic surgery recovery and bad puns about her nose job recovery.
“Nobody NOSE the trouble I’ve seen,” she tweeted.
So how does the usually glamorous model feel about sharing her bruised look with the world?
“My life is an open book. I guess I’m a bit of a tomboy – not vanity obsessed so I’m not too concerned about showing the ugly part of life.”
Makemeheal.com wishes Lisa a speedy recovery.
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