*Michelle Obama may be approaching 50 in a day or so, but getting older won’t impact her continuing focus on taking care and feeling good about the person in the mirror. So much so that she hasn’t ruled out going under the knife in the future.
“Women should have the freedom to do whatever they need to do to feel good about themselves,” the first lady told People magazine in an interview hitting newsstands Friday, her birthday. “Right now, I don’t imagine that I would go that route, but I’ve also learned to never say never.”
Kanye West and Kim Kadarshian visit the Givenchy show followed by dinner at restaurant Ferdi in France. (September 29, 2013)
*Kanye West is said to be strongly against Kim Kardashian having any plastic surgery, fearing she may suffer the same fate of his mother in 2007.
The 36-year-old rapper has reportedly forbidden his girlfriend – who gave birth to the couple’s first child, daughter North, in June – from going under the knife to enhance her looks after his mother Donda West died following complications from a cosmetic procedure.
A source told RadarOnline.com: “Kim was certain that she wanted to have surgery after giving birth because she wanted a head start on losing her baby weight. Kanye told Kim in no uncertain terms that she needed to put her baby and her life first. He got pretty emotional because he really didn’t want her going through that kind of major surgery. He’s still traumatized from his mom’s death.”
Donda died in 2007 at the age of just 58 after suffering “multiple post-operative factors” following liposuction and breast-reduction surgery.
The source explained: “Kanye was devastated by her passing and it’s made him extremely protective of those he loves. He really put his foot down and told Kim the surgery ban is a condition of being with him.”
Meanwhile, 32-year-old Kim – who has admitted to having Botox in the past – has reportedly been following a grueling exercise regimen as well as the Atkins Diet in a bid to regain her pre-baby figure.
Former Korean model Hang Mioku horribly disfigured from injecting cooking oil in her face.
*Vanity can be a very dangerous thing.
A great line from a Harry Potter movie when his professor tries to warn him about the Mirror of Erised (desire spelled backwards) is: “Men have wasted away before it, not knowing if what they have seen is real, or even possible.”
There have been many films and books that explore the topic of vanity, but a former model in Korea, Hang Mioku, had either not seen any of them or she shunned the thought of her obsession with herself.
Doctors had performed numerous silicone injections to her face, but refused any further surgery when it appeared that her face was becoming enlarged.
But she wouldn’t take no for an answer, obsessed with soft skin, she injected herself, according to the Daily Mail.
*Wendy Williams sometimes makes enemies of celebrities, especially the ones she kind of talks trash about.
Lil’ Kim is the latest releasing her fury out on the talk show host and infamous ‘say what’s on my mind’ speaker.
Wendy recently went all the way in on Kim’s appearance (rightfully so). And Kim didn’t like it.
So the (former) Queen Bee responded via Twitter, like big girls do.
But first she blamed Photoshopping for those bad pics Wendy pulled out and attempted to win her fans’ sympathy by lamenting that she’s tired of the criticism.
“#TeamLilKim Ive put up with lies & bull$h!t from the blogs for too long,” she wrote. “Years & years they have been photoshopping pics of me & sabotaging my image. I’m not putting up with that s–t no more,” she wrote. “All they have been proving is im THAT b—h with or without an album out & they always want to attack & bring down the real ones. Today was the last straw. You saw me on TV, people were posting pics all day… None of them looked the way that fake picture looked.”
But Wendy, with her snappy follow through totally crushed it with, “Kim, in my mind, I knew your goal was always to look like LaToya Jackson,” Wendy said. “You’ve out-La Toya’d La Toya in your new look. Don’t blame photoshopping; blame your plastic surgeon, girl.”
Uh oh, that triggered Kim to take to Twitter to spill the beans about Wendy and the late Notorious BIG: “Stop hating on me because U sucked Big’s d–k & he didn’t want nothing to do with yo a– after that,” Kim wrote.
Oh Lawd! No she didn’t go there!
Anyway, as of EUR press time, Wendy had not responded to Kim’s comments. Also, if the accusation is true, it’s unclear as to when it may have taken place. Keep in mind Big was was married to Faith Evans during the height of his fame, and Wendy has been outspoken about the sanctity of marriage vows, for which she has stated she has much respect.
In the meantime check out what Wendy had to say about the recent changes at the Kim’s current look:
Woman sued for formerly being “ugly” because her baby was born “ugly,” according to the father, Jian Feng.
*We’ve heard it all with this story. The buck stops here.
We have no way of knowing how it’s possible that someone could go as far as to actually sue someone for being, ummmmm, let’s say, beautifully challenged.
Now, in the case of a man suing a woman for formerly being a man, that would constitute fraud. But, for formerly being ugly…uhhhhh, I dunno!
This was the scenario between Jian Feng and his wife. According to the Huffington Post, he sued her on the grounds of false pretenses, for not telling him that she had a little bit of plastic surgery before they met.
The wife actually had a $100,000 worth of plastic surgery performed in South Korea. The judge ordered in favor of Jian Feng and ordered her to pay