It would seem the all too often perverted world of reality TV has plunged to an all time low in the form of a new series called ‘Bridalplasty’, which will rather disturbingly cross a wedding competition with extreme plastic surgery.
The series, already being panned as ‘The Brides of Frankenstein’ by its many critics, will entail brides-to-be battling it out in wedding-themed challenges such as writing wedding vows and planning honeymoons.
As The Hollywood Reporter announced, the winner of a challenge will be allowed to choose a plastic surgery procedure from her “wishlist”. The operation will be carried out immediately and the results will be shown at the beginning of the next show.
The overall winner of the controversial show, which will be broadcast by E!, will receive an all expenses paid wedding and honeymoon, the Daily Mail reports.
Speaking of the groom, a spokesperson for E! said, “Viewers will witness his emotional and possibly shocked reaction as they stand at the altar and he lifts her veil to see her for the first time following her extreme plastic surgery”.
Where does one begin when listing all the things that are so very wrong with a series like this. For starters, multiple procedures are extreme and can place the patients’ lives at risk. One need only to think back to when reality star Heidi Montag underwent an overwhelming 10 cosmetic procedures in one day.
“I almost died after my procedure,” Heidi told Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush. “I had too much Demerol like Michael Jackson did and my breathing was five breaths per minute which is like almost dead.
The show, which appears intent on seeing a young brides-to-be transformed into plastic barbies, will be hosted by former Playboy model Shanna Moakler.
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Other celebrities who have admitted to plastic surgery include Tara Reid, Demi Moore, Dita von Teese and Pamela Anderson.
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