Brandi Glanville Admits To Botox And Plastic Surgery

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Brandi Glanville has never been one to admit to anything that will embarrass or humiliate her, which should tell us just how prevalent plastic surgery has become in Hollywood these days. Even though Brandi has spent the better part of the last decade refusing to admit that she’s actually gotten plastic surgery, she’s finally FINALLY admitted the truth on E!’s new plastic surgery talk show, ‘Good Work’.

Brandi told the host, RuPaul, “Oh yeah, tons. You know, fillers and Botox and I’ve definitely made some mistakes but it’s hard to watch yourself get older on television. You [think] — maybe I shouldn’t have done that and maybe I need to do this. I’ve definitely over-filled and I’ve definitely had some bad Botox where your eyes drop but, y’know, there’s no shame in my game.”

Well, it’s a good thing that she’s not ashamed, considering the results have usually been less than flattering. Maybe Brandi Glanville was beautiful, once upon a time, but the years going by haven’t flattered her – and neither has her over-abundant reliance on plastic surgery. If anything, her constant overuse of Botox and fillers have just given her a perpetually overblown fish look, and that look is not flattering on ANYONE.

In addition to that, there has to be some reason that Brandi is finally admitting to plastic surgery after all this time. Maybe she needs an extra boost of publicity, or maybe she finally realized that nobody’s going to believe that she’s all natural – not with a face like that.

Whichever way you slice it, it’s a good thing she’s being honest about it. However, I don’t think she feels ashamed or embarrassed about it, but hey, more power to her, right?

What do you guys think? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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