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I'm a Michigan-based Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has been featured on Dr. 90210. The info here is my opinion alone and should not be taken as fact or as medical advice. I've not treated any of the celebrities presented here.

Monday, May 14, 2007

Kellie Pickler on Plastic Surgery

Kellie Pickler has recently commented on her new... ahem... rack:

“I don't take any of that personal when people criticize me about the way I look,” Pickler said. “You know what? If you don't have anything better to talk about than my rack...can I say rack? … It doesn’t bother me a bit. As long as I'm happy with Kellie than that’s most important.”
While describing the perfect man, Pickler says he has to make her laugh, because looks will fade. She then jokes that she’ll always look the same. “I will get everything sucked, tucked and cut off.”

I thought she was very entertaining on the show, but like most viewers was shocked at her sudden transformation. To each their own...

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Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.


Anonymous said...

She lifted that from Dolly Parton: "If I see something saggin', baggin' or dragin', I'm gonna have it nipped, tucked or sucked" said...

Yeah, she had "them done" so, nobody would pay attention to her looks... =)

Anonymous said...

I have to say, as a performer, the Pickler did nothing for me on American Idol; as a person, I like her much better now... and not because she has a bigger "rack." Rather, because she knows that when it comes to plastic surgery, all that really matters is how the patient feels about it. I'm not a surgeon, but I work with a breast augmentation surgeon in Indiana, and when I read blogs, there are constant entries about some celebrity denying plastic surgery, but remaining open to it down the road. What's the big deal? People wear make-up to look better, work out to look better (and live longer), so what's wrong with plastic surgery if it helps someone look better (and live better)? Hopefully, people will take Pickler's advice, though, and do it for themselves... no one else.