Anderson Cooper Kicks “The Real-Life Barbie” To The Curb
You’ve got to hand it to Anderson Cooper. Not many people can look the “Human Barbie” in the eye and tell her she is dreadful while still maintaining an air of quiet class. Earlier this week, Sarah Burge, a British woman who is in the Guinness Book of World Records for undergoing the most plastic surgery procedures, took to Anderson Cooper’s stage to defend her stance on Botox and other forms of plastic surgery. It’s kind of amazing that Cooper even lasted as far as he did into the interview, because, despite her nickname, Burge is definitely not a pretty sight.
With over 100 cosmetic procedures under her belt over the past 20 years, including liposuction, numerous facelifts, brow lifts, cheek implants, rhinoplasty, a tummy tuck, butt implants, and calf implants, Sarah Burge says that she still isn’t finished making over her body. When asked if she will ever stop getting plastic surgery, Burge’s response is “No, not until they hammer the last nail into my coffin.”
Besides the fact that Burge has reportedly spent $500,000 on plastic surgery for herself, she has also encouraged her 15-year-old daughter to get Botox injections in her forehead and even stooped so low as to give her now eight-year-old daughter a voucher for liposuction and breast augmentation as gifts. Burge defended her decision to let her daughter, a professional dancer, get Botox to prevent her from sweating by saying, “you wouldn’t see Beyonce sweating on the stage, would you?” Um…really? Burge did say that she would rather oversee her daughter’s Botox, rather than have her find a voo-doo witch doctor or buy it online and administer it herself. It’s no surprise the plastic surgery addict had so much difficulty pronouncing the word “administering;” it’s a wonder she can move her lips at all to form words.
The interview with Sarah Burge got old quick, and whether Beyonce does in fact sweat on stage or not, Anderson Cooper wasn’t having it. He abruptly ended the interview by telling the self-professed Human Barbie that he had nothing else to talk to her about, calling her “dreadful” and saying he didn’t want to talk to her anymore. Afterwards, Anderson said that he regretted having Burge on his show at all, and also regretted how things ended, saying that he tries to be polite to all of his guests. It’s possible that Burge was stunned by Cooper’s dismissal, but honestly, it’s hard to tell with all that plastic going on in the face area.
Video of Anderson Cooper versus Sarah Burge: