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Paris Hilton Wants a Tummy Tuck

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bill-swift - March 14, 2006

After seeing the pictures below, you might be asking yourself why Paris Hilton was visiting the Modern Institute of Plastic Surgery and Anti-Aging in Beverly Hills. Granted, she's incredibly annoying, and pretty much useless, but I don't think she needs plastic surgery, especially not the Tummy Tuck that The Sun reports she is considering.

Unbelievably, skinny Paris was asking about a tummy tuck. She was put in a huff after a US mag wondered if she was pregnant because of a slight bump.

Meanwhile, Life Style Extra reveals that Paris is a regular at the clinic, and has been a regular customer for some time, according to an inside source.

Everybody knows her at the clinic. It's not her first visit. All I'll say is check out the pictures of teenage Paris and see what resemblance she has to today's Paris.

Oddly enough, Paris has said that she ruled out having breast enlargement surgery, the one surgery she would be a likely candidate for.

I wouldn't have anything done. Years ago I asked dad for a boob job and he said it would cheapen my image, and he's right. Fake boobs look deformed. All my friends that have them, they look deformed.

I'll agree with Paris Hilton that fake breasts look deformed, and are generally unsexy, but as for cheapening her image, well, I wouldn't think that's possible. How does that old Chinese proverb go? "Once you have a sex tape on the Internet you can't get any cheaper." Yeah, I think that's it.



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