Wendy Williams is a larger than life entertainment personality that recently made the transition from radio to television. She recently made the news for trading plastic surgery based barbs with her guest, reality show villain Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth of “The Apprentice.” Although both women have intensely strong personalities, Wendy wins when it comes to having plastic surgery.
Wendy is a huge fan of wrinkle reducing Botox, which sparked a fight when she recommended Omarosa use Restylane to fill in her wrinkles, according to the In Your Face blog.
Although Omarosa has had a very obvious breast augmentation during her rise to infamy, Wendy has had two. She has also had liposuction and a tummy tuck in addition to the aforementioned regular use of Botox.
If I had told my parents my plans, they would have probably said something like, “Liposuction? Wendy, all you have to do is push back from the table. A good diet and exercise will fix all of that.” Who the hell wants to diet and exercise when you can have liposuction. I didn’t want to wait. I wanted my new body now.
After giving birth to a son, she had further surgery to replace her implants and further weight reduction:
“After the baby and a hundred pounds, I needed a tummy tuck. So six months after the baby was born, I scheduled a tummy tuck, a little more liposuction on my thighs and I got my implants replaced. Implants should be replaced every ten years because the casing wears thin. …”
Wendy is pleased with her results, saying, “I know I’m not perfect, but plastic surgery has allowed me the freedom mentally to be me.”
It is nice when someone pays so much for surgery is so satisfied with their results.
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