You Won’t Believe What Courtney Stodden Named Her Gigantic Fake Boobs
Thanks to reality TV, we have some of the strangest celebrities ever running around Hollywood today. Take Courtney Stodden for example. Back in 2011 when Stodden was only 16-years-old she married 51-year-old actor Doug Hutchison. Now at 20, Courtney still strives to keep herself in the spotlight for just about nothing, except maybe her huge tits with their very own names. She considers herself a reality personality, model, actress, and animal rights activist—hey at least she’s using her giant jugs to help the animals!
As per usual, Courtney Stodden is letting it all hang out there. Recently she came out swinging, taking hits at anyone that accused her of having loads of plastic surgery. Courtney says that she has not had any work done on her face, or any other part of her body, other than her breasts. She does admit to getting filler injected into her lips about one year ago, but she says the results only lasted for 6 months.
One thing she can’t deny having done is her breast augmentation. She says, “I wasn’t depressed with a smaller chest, it’s just that I didn’t feel my most confident self. And confidence is so important in all aspects of life, it’s what takes you far.”
While at first she did get some looks, and doubts about her decision to go under the knife to enlarge her breasts, she says that everyone she loves, including herself, is now happy with the decision. Upgrading her small chest to E-Cup boobs means it’s not easy to escape the stares, from men and women. After all they sort of ‘stand out.’ But Courtney doesn’t let that faze her, when she wants to keep the stares at bay she simply wears more conservative clothing.
“I have zero regret, in fact, I think I would have regret my decision had I not got my girls.” Ironic that she calls them her ‘girls’ like they are her children, because in a way, they really are. Courtney has even named each of her E-cup implants, calling one Boo and the other Bee. Get it? Boo and Bee? Boobie?! Oh, Courntey, so clever that one…
Living in the plastic capital of Los Angeles, Courtney says that she sees the risks in getting too obsessed with plastic surgery all around her. Just like any addiction, she admits that plastic surgery can take over your life and turn into a “potentially deadly cycle.” While Courtney is not planning to go under the knife anytime soon she does leave some wiggle room for her next cosmetic alteration saying, “…but when gravity begins to take place, you better believe I’ll be ringing my surgeon!!!”