Thursday, July 26, 2012

Blind Item #1

Dear A list Celebrity/Reality Host/Model

I always thought you were the real deal. You seemed like the rare grounded celebrity and more importantly a good mother. You parade yourself on TV and flaunt your perfect body on billboards and always seem to look amazing. It makes everyone feel inadequate. New mothers always tell me they are jealous of how you were able to bounce back after your pregnancy/pregnancies. One moment you were heavily pregnant and the next moment you were sporting abs that would make The Situation jealous. It was like magic. After reading that you attributed your dramatic post-pregnancy weight loss and rubber band form to healthy eating and exercise, most women I spoke to thought there must be wrong with them that they could also not lose weight as quickly as you seemed to.

So, when I was visiting a friend who works at a plastic surgeon’s office, imagine my surprise when I saw you there surrounded by a wall of bodyguards. I couldn’t believe my eyes and I guess you were hoping I wouldn’t. Why lie and make the rest of us feel like crap for not being able to lose weight through diet and exercise?! In your profession who would judge you? I’ll tell you why. Apparently your visits are a more extensive project than just a nip here and tuck there. After chatting with the friend, I found out that in addition to the tummy tucks and the lipo, that you also preferred to have your deliveries scheduled several weeks early so that you would gain as little weight as possible.

157 comments:

CubanMermaid said...

Heidi Klum

Frufra said...

Heidi Klum?

cheesegrater15 said...

That's so disappointing.

Way to endanger the health of your kids.

Twinkletto said...

Reality host and model? Heidi

Frufra said...

And I get the deception - it's how you make a living. Show biz has always been smoke and mirrors.

Us regular mamas need to realize that, put on our stretchy pants, and get on with our lives sans guilt and shame. While she's parading around with bodyguards, we're busting ass down here in the trenches being REAL, kick-butt women.

Real women might not look flawless, but the work we do makes the world go round. Own it and love it, ladies! (And a shout-out to all the full-time daddies out there, too :-).

a non a miss said...

Ugh Heidi..that's terrible.

FSP said...

What a turd.

Lauren said...

Heidi Klum. Damn! The plastic surgery after is your business but to schedule several weeks early? Extremely selfish.

Cassiopeia said...

Yeah, that is kind of messed up, delivering early.

So this is Enty who saw her in the office?

whocaresnow12 said...

Uh, okay, NO. As someone that a) had a c-section and b) has had a micro tummy tuck and spot lipo I will tell you for a FACT no matter who you are unless it's medically necessary a c-section will not be performed prior to 38 weeks AND when you have any plastic surgery you have bruising for a MNIMUM of 4-6 weeks and have these nasty ass drains that you need to empty every 4-6 hours and they aren't allowed to be taken out until the draining stops for a minimum of 48 hours. The more active you are, the longer the drains stay in. I'm an ultra marathoner so I recover quickly and tend to be active when I think I'm relaxing. As a result my drains stayed in for 14 weeks.

Now, if you're modeling lingerie then there is NO way you can hide the drains and hat amount of bruising.

I could see this being Brooke Burke, but with these details I just call BS on he whole thing.

hunter said...

Just because she did this doesn't really make her a bad mom, it makes her an extremely focused celebrity in my opinion.

I'm not really surprised though not sure how you can get all that stuff done right after a pregnancy.

Lauren said...

Im sorry but I dont think any of us know what some doctors will do for people with money.

whocaresnow12 said...

Oh, and if a plastic surgeon has a VIP client in I ensure you that the office workers aren't having drop in visitors. The level of discretion is so unbelievably high

whocaresnow12 said...

Yeah, I do, and c-sections at 36-37 weeks is not one of those things people do for money

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Sarah said...

That's horrible. Give your babies time to develop!!!!!

Deep said...

I don't think its Heidi. At the bottom of the site, it states this site is for entertainment purposes.

whocaresnow12 said...

Exactly what Deep said

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Cassiopeia said...

She may not have had a c section, her doctor could have induced labor and she delivered naturally.

Princess said...

In response to whocaresnow12... Simply, you are wrong. I have worked in the medical profession my entire life, 10 years at a hospital, 10 years for a combination of medical insurance, private practices, OB-GYN's etc and Doctor's CAN and WILL change the rules. What happens to you is not set in concrete and done for all. I can guarantee and have seen it in person for decades.

goheels83 said...

agreed with you whocares - I think this is bs. Also, I doubt that an employee would divulge confidential client info like that (re: early c sections). Why would the alleged plastic surgeon even know about her delivery schedule?

Unknown said...

Didn't Lainey revealed Heidi was the neglectful mother who has to pencil in her kids?

Amber said...

Also, Heidi has never looked small pregnant. Her belly gets quite large. Something seems off about this BI. I'm curious about where it came from, because it's written in a female voice.

Bogey said...

This HAS to be Brooke Burke - just from her "rubber band form" comment - didnt she promote belly bands?

goheels83 said...

Also, the lead-in for the blind is way too obvious. Who other than Heidi could fit into those specifications? Model/Reality Host/A list celeb. That's not a blind item since only 1 person fits the bill...

Cassiopeia said...

Princess ...I knew a girl who got an early (two weeks) c section (she was having one anyway tho) because her boyfriend was leaving for Iraq before she was due.

Frufra said...

I agree with Princess. Been involved in the healthcare world my entire life (my dad's career and mine) - doctors are people, too; some are ethical, some are not. And I also agree that these could be scheduled inductions, not c-sections.

Hell, people deliver early so the doc can go on vacation.

Sherry R. said...

I immediately thought of Brooke Burke also. Those dumb commercials she does for running shoes. Mostly because I dislike her intensely.

Perhaps this is why it took so long to get a proposal out of her husband.

Eeekalicious said...

This blind item implies that the births (or some of them)were induced. I went through this with my first. My blood pressure went up and the birth had to be induced six weeks early. I could have lost this child because of the trauma to the respiratory system (50-50 chance or survival for five days). This is a very dangerous game this woman is playing.....

anita_mark said...

Just because this is written doesn't mean it's true so there's no need to believe it to be fact and that it's about Heidi Klum.

I have a really hard time believing a high profile plastic surgeon's office allows their staff's friends to just hang around the waiting area, let alone that the staff are going to blab about everything. And don't those places have private entrances/exits?

So before everyone starts hating Heidi and thinking she's awful, realize what was written in the post is no different from me writing, "what celebrity/host/model swallows kittens whole in an attempt to stay thin, then throws lit matches at her kids to keep them active?"

themagicspork said...

I do believe this is Heidi. I don't think it's impossible to lose all the weight very fast although that is not the norm for everyone. I don't see why woman beat themselves up that they aren't like the next woman.

I didn't have rock hard abs or anything prior to getting pregnant with my daughter but I did lose all (15lb) baby weight gained within a week of delivering (she was only 6lbs). My tummy didn't go down until later and I actually did lose more weight then what I was pre-pregnancy.

Jennifer H. said...

There's no way anyone else with an appointment would see a celebrity at the plastic surgeon's office if they didn't want to be seen. There are special ways in just for select clientele. If not, that's all the National Enquirer would be is weekly pics of celebs walking through waiting rooms and the halls of their plastic surgeon's offices.

This seems like BS.

selenakyle said...

Hmmph...I never even thought of Heidi!

I was thinking Brooke Burke (or whatever her name is, from DWTS).

a non a miss said...

Please, this is America! With enough money you can get doctors to do anything you want (MJ ring a bell?)

Amber said...

It IS possible to have your body bounce back right away. My mom said she did leg lifts etc. in the pool when she was pregnant with me, and after having me people didn't believe she was pregnant.

I agree with the people saying that high profile plastic surgeon with celebrities coming in and out of the office isn't going to let people just have friends stop by to hang out. If those clients saw that, they would be pissed and stop going. While the employee is supposed to operate under strict confidentiality, they probably DO tell stories with very heavy hints as to who the clients are.

And yes, people do get induced early for various reasons if it will be okay for the baby. From what whocares said, and what my friends have said, recovery from c-sections is pretty rough and takes a while.

Isn't Brooke Burke married to a plastic surgeon, or she was married to one?

Frufra said...

If this BI is true, which really doesn't matter to me one way or the other (it's just for fun!), perhaps the part about "visiting a friend who works at the office" is fudged.

Perhaps said friend just blabbed out this fabulous secret about the supa star client because it was so juicy, and the scenario presented here is merely a storytelling device.

In other words, no one who wasn't supposed to be in the office saw Klum or whomever - the employee who's supposed to keep her mouth shut told a friend, and that friend told Enty.

angie said...

I believe this is supposed to be about Heidi. Inclusion of the word "project" (as in Project Runway) in the second paragraph is pretty coincidental otherwise.

I'm on the fence about this story though because I don't want to believe that any doctor would schedule premature births, weeks in advance, multiple times, and for strictly cosmetic reasons.

jp said...

Is whocaresnow12 the creepy new poster on the site that someone complained about in another post?

Honey Bunny said...

Heidi was the first to come to mind. People will do anything for the right amount of money, including doctors. It may very well be her and I'm not mad because she is in the buisness of looking good 24/7 so she does what she does. She is not the one putting in our heads (women) that we have to look like her, we are. I'm not a ten and never will be but If you have the means to do so then by allmeans go ahead. Do you Heidi!

FSP said...

@jp - no

Amber said...

@ FSP who's the creepy new poster? Is it me?? :(

Now! said...

No, Amber, not you.

el said...

Whocares and goheels__ My friend was the manager in a plastic surgery center, and the things I know about the clients would blow your mind! If you truly believe that everyone in a medical office adheres to privacy laws, you are sadly mistaken. ALSO- people heal a very different rates. I went out to dinner with friends the day I had lipo surgery. I has pretty bad bruises that lasted for about two weeks. Do you really think that Heidi Klum has to do anything but lay in bed and be tended to by personal nurses during her recovery? Especially is she is trying to get back on the VS runway within weeks. Not to mention, money can buy you all kinds of products that the average person is not privy to. One more thing---- A doctor wouldn't deliver a baby early? I suppose a doctor wouldn't give MJ propel? WISE UP!

Beth said...

I think this is Heidi.

The way this story was learned/told was probably fudged. The rest...?

Heidi has had subtle PS over the years (e.g. her boobs), so this would be shocking.

Frufra said...

@Amber - ha! No, it's not you :-).

@FSP - totally up to you, of course, if you want to name names, but I'd rather not - don't want anyone's creepy spider sense to start tingling at the mention of his name.

Amber, you're in the clear!!

Frufra said...

Right on, el. The inside scoop on healthcare is ten kinds of frightening.

el said...

PROFOFOL not propel

Amber said...

@ Frufra, FSP & Nutty_Flavor - CRAP. Now I wanna know! :P

caralw said...

If there's any truth to this blind, the "friend" violated HIPAA laws, which could bring down the practice. As a lawyer, I'm shocked that Enty doesn't get it. If that part of the story is fudged, why put his friend at risk?

Aly said...

Another Faux-ENTY BS post.

No way HK could hide c-section scars and tummy tuck(s)as a lingerie model for VS. No way.

Methinks this new format over the last few months is a way to draw in new readers and earn advertising $$$

Where will this end? MV will be revealed to be Aretha Franklin maybe?

FSP said...

@Amber - Silly question. Definitely not you.

@Frufra - I'm not certain who it is, but I have an idea. It's still too early and I'm too lazy to go back and look at yesterdays (I think) posts.

Megan said...

I also have a tummy tuck and had drains and they were in for a week and a half. 14 weeks with drains in? That seems like an excessively long time, but I guess every patient is different.

CJ said...

I think some of this is fudged, and some could be legit.

Models work out. Heidi Klum worked out before she was pg, while she was pg, and after she was pg. It is part of the job. You work out before/during, you're going to bounce back more quickly. I don't think Heidi is the only person to have found this to be true.

She could easily have had lipo, but I've had it too, and the bruising is insane. Like black and blue for weeks on end. Unless Victoria's Secret hosed Heidi down with some serious body makeup, it would have to have been visible when she was wearing lingerie.

BUT the early deliveries might be caused by other issues... I had high blood pressure with my first and for the well being of my son I was induced 6 weeks early. It sucked, but baby had to come out and grew better on the outside than on the inside.

We have no idea whether Heidi has some kind of recurring hypertension issues that could cause deliveries earlier. And, subsequent deliveries tend to arrive a bit earlier, too. And maybe there's no reason for it - I have a friend who delivered at 36wks, on the dot, with all 3 of her kids (normal pregnancy is 40 weeks.)

I'm not thinking all of it is fake, just wonder if it's not heavily embellished.

CJ said...

I meant to add that Heidi might be enjoying the fact that she skips the heaviest part of pregnancy - baby growing from 35-40 wks - but that it might not be the MAIN cause of an earlier delivery. Just kind of an added bonus, if you know what I mean.

seaward said...

@angel Believe it! I have an in-law who was induced at 36 weeks so she wouldn't be pregnant at her prom! And before anyone asks, yes, I am *super* proud to have her in my family.

Bogey said...

You definitely can have a c-section with having minimal scarring! - I had an emergency c section last year and they used surgical glue instead of staples - I have the tiniest thinest white line that you cant see unless I point it out.. This might be TMI but trust me having a c-section does not mean scars - oh and dont forget photoshop!!

Mojees said...

Oh Christ, i'm not the creepy new poster am I? I feel like the new nerdy kid trying to fit in with the cool crowd.

g.strathmore said...

I also believe this could happen. I mean look at all the crazy unethical medical practices we know about! Do you think if all doctors were ethical, you'd have people like Jocelyn Wildenstein out there, or a woman with sized double G breast implants, or Octomom getting 8 embryos implanted even though she already had 5 kids, or rampant prescription drug abuse in Hollywood, and so on and so on? I'm sure there's some creep out there who's willing to induce labor a month or so early for the right amount of cash.

Amber said...

seaward, she stayed in school through out her pregnancy? Maybe it's just where I grew up, but pregnant girls always went away.

PlainJane said...

I was thinking Jenny McCarthy.

Maja With a J said...

I AM THE CREEPY NEW POSTER, AND I THINK THIS IS HEIDI KLUM.

I also think details have been fudged in order to protect the person who leaked it.

Sis Cesspool said...

1) How naive not to think something like this happens.

2) She doesn't owe any of us an explanation as to how she conducts her private life. If you feel put out, that's on you.

3)I hope that "friend" gets fired. This is a SERIOUS breach of FIPPA laws.

HannahPalindrome said...

The person who works in the office should be fired!

seaward said...

@Amber- OH yes, she was quite proud of herself throughout the whole pregnancy. I'm probably starting to make her sound pretty bad, so I should add she's matured a lot since then. She still does some pretty childish crap, but she has become a pretty good mom.

angie said...

@seaward, oh I do believe it after reading yours and some of the other comments. It takes me awhile to wrap my head around things like this because I find them so disturbing.

@Bogey, agree about surgical glue. It's the newest best thing since sliced bread ;)

angie said...

lmao @ Maja, you are not ;)

kpist said...

Victoria Beckham

a non a miss said...

there is a new creepy poster? is this the person who wigged out on a seemingly innocent blind item post yesterday?

Itobar said...

This is Bethenny Bethanny? Frankel. For sure!

Itobar said...

Ok no, gotta go with Heidi due to the "you seemed like the rare grounded celebrity" part . . .

Unknown said...

It is Heidi. My friend went to the same doctor for a tuck after she delivered her second child.

FSP said...

@rejectedcarebear - that's who I was thinking of.

a non a miss said...

@FSP- we think on the same level!

Amber said...

@ FSP & r'carebear - you guyssssssssss. Tell me :(

a non a miss said...

@amber, check out the second National Enquirer blind from yesterday, about the gay tv host who only hires hot men for assistants. I cant do the links, no matter how many times you guys give the instructions!

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Amber said...

Oh, okay. I saw that one but wasn't sure. LOL Did you look at their profile??

libby said...

'Several weeks' early is so not true. Yes, some doctors enable drug addicts, but in pregnancy, they have TWO patients.

2-3 weeks early is quite normal for the 'vanity set'. But no OB/GYN would risk his license OR his horrifically expensive malpractice insurance for 'SEVERAL' weeks early. That's just bollocks.

Has Heidi mentioned 'rubber bands'? Brooke has. And Heidi has gotten HUGE HUGE with her pregnancies. I absolutely believe the plastic surgery/tummy tuck, but the 'several weeks'---an ugly accusation, outside reality.

I have 3 generations of my family who have worked in hospitals & birthing centers, if anyone cares to question why I think I know something about this.

Yes, some women are vain and/or stupid enough to ask about induction as soon as they become uncomfortable at 7 months or so---and their requests are NOT granted. A sick baby, the risk of a lawsuit, and/or an insurance premium spike is an OB/GYN's worst nightmare. No matter HOW RICH a woman is---If something went wrong, the doctor is always ultimately responsible for the decision to induce, NOT the patient. "The patient made me/paid me" is never an excuse.

The OB/GYN will always protect the baby, even if the mother is too stupid to, which happens all the time. People try and sue OB/GYN when anything is off about the delivery or the baby---I know one doctor here (an in-law) who was sued because a baby's mother blamed its terrible FAS on "The doctor wasn't 'clear enough' when s/he warned me that I shouldn't drink."

SMDH...Can you tell this issue is near to my heart? Sorry for the anger-tantrum , friends. lol.

minerpoteet said...

anyone guess Betty White yet?

FSP said...

@Amber - winner!

a non a miss said...

@amber- just checked it out..WOAH that explains alot!

Amber said...

@ libby - Ugh. It sickens me the lack of accountability people have. And society enables it! Some how "I'm too stupid to know better" has become completely defensible, and it's beyond ridiculous.

Frufra said...

Totes agree with you libby. Totally. But I think "several" weeks early and 2-3 weeks early is essentially the same thing.

uberpooper said...

I had my drains in for 9 weeks. Totally sucked.

nienhulm said...

Whocaresnow is a troll. It has attacked me in comments here before too.

NomNom83 said...

I find it hard to believe that this person (I'm going with Heidi) explicitly told her plastic surgeon that she scheduled her deliveries early to "gain as little weight as possible". For starters, why share that with your surgeon to begin with? All s/he needs to know is when you're delivering to schedule your nip & tuck. How far along you were is irrelevant. Secondly, you can't schedule a c-section before the baby is considered "full term" (37 weeks, bare minimum, but I agree with the person above who said no doctor is doing it before 38 weeks, save for a medical emergency). And I ASSURE you that plenty of weight gain has already happened by 38 weeks. Plenty

I believe Enty saw Heidi. I believe the surgeon told Enty what is written here. I believe Heidi has had nips and tucks and probably more over the years. I just don't believe the way this has been framed.

Barton Fink said...

My HIPAA training probably needs to be redone, but -- Is a person forbidden from saying something that is part of a patient's life but that is not part of the medical record at that clinic? For instance, if I'm someone's dentist and I learn through the grapevine outside of work that my patient had a nosejob, it would be unethical for me to gossip about that. But would it be a straight-up HIPAA violation? Hmm. I'm sure someone here is more hip with HIPAA than I am.

Micehelly said...

1. Being induced before term is not a natural delivery.
2. C-section incisions are placed to avoid exposure of scars, that is well below the bikini line at the top of the pubic bone. I had a C-section ten years ago and after three months the scar was all but invisible and now is totally invisible and would never be visible even in VS panties.

yodelay said...

This ia soooo Heidi. I'm not surprised she had a vanity c-section. The last few weeks are the worst. Even 2-3 weeks would save her about 10 pounds.

L said...

Heidi Klum - I have not even read the BI yet.. just the title.

kgirl said...

^^This

MissMatador said...

I was thinking Kelly Ripa but the billboards part doesn't fit...or does it?

trixibelle said...

It is totally Brooke Burke! She was married to a plastic surgeon (1st hubbie) and she is the spokesperson for a post pregnancy band - hence the rubber band comment!

poovey-tunt said...

"Several" = more than 2 or 3 but not many. I was born a month early and was fine (my mother's water broke and she had to be induced four times, for which she still resents the hell out of me,) and that was more than forty years ago. If you think there aren't doctors who won't induce 3-5 weeks early for a patient in good health and with plenty of money, you are kidding yourself.

chopchop said...

If anything about this blind is bullshit, it's the "dropped by to visit a friend" crap. I think Enty was at the plastic surgeon's office for a little nip & tuck himself. o_O

Love you, Big Guy! :-)

Molls said...

First person I thought of was Heidi Klum.

figgy said...

At first I thought "what plastic surgeon's office employee would tell these details?"

Then I remembered how my Mom used to work in a plastic surgeon's office in Chicago and gave me some good stories. Including one about a celeb's niece getting breast reduction. ha

dia papaya said...

Right On @Frufra!

Women in stretchy pants unite!

Presto said...

I think it's Brooke Burke. Her body is more impressive than Heidi's who's been pap photographed on the pudgy side a few times.

dia papaya said...

@goheels83 - if you've never worked in healthcare, let me tell you we LIVE for gossip. Who's sleeping with which doctor? Who f'd up such and such procedure? We need something to keep the sanity in such a stressful environment. I didn't work in hospitals as long as @Princess, but I saw a lot. Drama, drama, drama!

luckylass said...

To be honest with you, I wouldn't be surprised if they all did this.

Money and power buys you the latest tech (been reading too much Co$), unethical treatments and doctors.

You want to lose weight for a photoshoot, just get hooked up on an IV diet.

And then there is the power of genes and how fast people can recover. We all should know by now that pregnancy recovery is all over the place for us mere mortals.

whocaresnow12 said...

Nienhulm- I am hardly a troll, and I'm not attacking. Maybe someone needs to not be so sensitive.

whocaresnow12 said...

I'm not surprised if a person was induced at 38 weeks and had plastic surgery. I'm just pointing out that the implied time table is false. And yes, while there are unethical doctors in this world, you'd be very hard pressed to find one that would induce or performs a c-section at 36 weeks for timing purposes.

Saffron said...

Don't think it's Heidi. In all her papped photos she looks like a mama who's had three or more, unless she would have looked even worse without the surgery?

dia papaya said...

@carebear - Thanks for the heads up. PMS paranoia had me worried it was MEEE!

Brooke Wheeler said...

Anyone who saw Lainey's blind item reveal about Heidi Klum and her mothering skills is not surprised by this. Apparently she's quite the awful mother, she just covers her tracks really well.

ugly leotards said...

Do I believe the first part? Yeah, maybe, it happens all the time. The c-section thing is total bullshit. Almost all the weight gain in pregnancy occurs in the first five or six months, and almost none of it in the last one or two. Nobody would schedule an early c-section to prevent weight gain, and it is either ignorant or moronic to even think of it. Not to mention, it's awfully hard to exercise when you're recovering from major surgery.

missmade said...

I'm more insulted that a doctor would violate HIPAA. He should have his license revoked.

dia papaya said...

@Frufra - Now I know why I like you so much. Health care peeps unite! While wearing stretchy pants!

L said...

@Saffron - you are joking right? have you seen any of her paparazzi pictures, even lately? i am not talking about highly photoshopped photos..
I mean.. 4 children!
check it out here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2174476/Project-Runway-host-Heidi-Klum-proves-shes-cut-rest-poses-lingerie-bed-scissors.html

a non a miss said...

@dia- I would never consider you to be creepy! I quite enjoy your comments :)

Agent**It said...

3rd party medical info is not in violation of hipaa. It is considered gossip.

car54 said...

I have watched Project Runway since day 1 and I think I pay some attention to the press on it--I don't remember Heidi bragging about her body after birth.

L, on the scissor picture, they showed a little thing on last week's PR pre-show of how they did that photo shoot--Heidi was on the bare floor and then very carefully a team of helpers went in and very carefully placed the scissors on and around her so it looked dangerous. I had just seen that picture here that day so I thought it was cool to see how they did it.

weezy said...

That practice has been standard for wealthy women in Manhattan for about 20 years, I think.

whocaresnow12 said...

@Agent**It- and poor taste

smash said...

Well then. Way to fucking burst my bubble. To each their own when it's your body. The poor kids have no choice.

pilly said...

Amen! ^^^^^^^^^

Little Miss Smoke and Mirrors said...

I think it's Brooke Burke.

katsm0711 said...

Omg thank you for saying "he"! Even though I'm like, I wasn't the one who went on a 9/11 rant for no reason, I was still paranoid it was me.

Unknown said...

first person that came to my mind was JLO. had the twins and soon after was photographed with washboard abs. also the 'who would judge you?'

MnGddess said...

I remember reading Heidi saying that women should get in shape right after their pregnancies, because she could do it! Lying bee-yotch.

violet said...

My first thought was Brooke Burke. But since she used to be married to a plstic surgeon and had 2 kids with him - wouldn't he know about the early births (and not allow it since they were his kids too)? Her ex is Dr. Garth Fisher - he does alot of the Kardashian work (hmm maybe he's not so ethical).
Anyway - now I am leaning more towards Hiedi Klum - since she makes more sense having all those body guards.
ALso, I was SUPER curious so I found the troll - YIKES scary :(

dia papaya said...

Thx @carebear! Back at cha!

joymama said...

Would being there with a wall of body guards cause more of a scene?

Being in a plastic surgeons office is nothing. Lots of people go there for any reason---I went to an er once when I cut my hand and had a skin flap (gosh I had that word!) and the Dr on duty just happened to be a plastic surgeon and I went to his office for the follow up and stitch removal.

If the office worker blabbed, shame on her. She is a detriment to patients and the dr.

Korry said...

Brook Burke

RowdyRodimus said...

@anita_mark That has to be Tyra 100% :P

Kelly Simmons said...

I worked with Heidi K late in her last pregnancy and she was GI-normous. There is no way she "skipped" the last couple of weeks on that pregnancy, for sure.

baan said...

Wow, just as new research shows that babies born before 39 weeks suffer from poorer health than normal term babies. Irresponsible doctors, morally deficient mom.

beachbum said...

Why couldn't this be Giselle?

skimpymist said...

HA I was right when I called her hollow mom a week ago

Lizzie said...

I actually thought it was Brook Burke, but is she A-list?? If this is true, how sad for the babies.

skimpymist said...

This could be why one of her kids has developmental issues

OneGirlRevolution said...

@ugly leotards, I was tiny (well, insofar as my pregnancy lol) for the first 6-7 months of my pregnancy. From behind and straight on, you could hardly tell I was pregnant. It was the last about 6 weeks that I blew up like a beach ball. So, at least in my case, it wasn't the first 2 trimesters that I put on the most weight.

I think it's Heidi, even if some details of the story have been fudged.

Now imma gonna go look at the weirdo poster from yesterday. Inquiring minds and all...

El Roy 13 said...

Brooke "something" Charvet

g.strathmore said...

@Beachbum, Giselle could be a good guess but I don't really follow anything she says so I don't know if she bragged about losing weight.

@uglyleotards, I second the misconception that you gain most of your weight in the first 2 trimesters. My sister only gained ten pounds until her last month of pregnancy and then she put on another 20 seemingly all at once.

Frufra said...

You got it, sister (sorry, to dia papaya)!

Have you seen the joke going around facebook? It's "We should start a store and call it Forever 39. We could sell yoga pants and wine". Awesome, right?

Frufra said...

@dia - full disclosure - not in the biz anymore. Once upon a time I managed a practice and have also worked for Aetna. But my dad has been in the business end of healthcare for 40 years. Yikes, the stories I've heard! And the screwball docs I've known - ay carumba!

discoflux said...

Okay, I was just coming to read the snarkies and had to investigate the troll situation of which you all spoke. Indeed, that person is something of a troll. Maybe not by intent, but the opinions shared by that individual are offensive enough to be classified as troll-like, that's for damned sure. I remember sometime last week, maybe, taking issue with it on an item. Offensive merely to offend - it should change its name to Madonna. (or Grandmadonna ;) )

HalleGoLightly said...

Doesn't plastic surgery of this type leave significant scarring though? How you could model underwear after that?

story said...

Elle "The Body" Macpherson

astrogirl said...

I remember reading somewhere that hardly any celebrities carry their babies fully to term.

astrogirl said...

I think this was written to be Heidi. I remember she did a Victorias Secret show quite soon after giving birth and all the commentators were mentioning her abs.

M52799 said...

I don't buy the delivering early thing but there has been talk for years of celebs having c-sections they don't need cause they don't want to stretch it out, if you know what I mean. The celebs give birth via c-section and then get a tummy tuck. Both done at the same time.

Agent**It said...

Well, if it is Heidi then we can assume that Enty's "friend" at the Dr's office that Enty was "visiting" has been fired by now. One more person unemployed. Sigh. Unless, it's not true:)

Kaizer... said...

I refuse to believe this is Heidi. Brooke Burke seems vapid enough to do to this kind of thing. Plus, her first husband was a plastic surgeon. I’m sure he taught her all the tricks of the trade.

NaughtyNurse said...

In regard to the earlier poster's HIPAA question, it is a tremendous violation to discuss what, if anything, the celebrity seen in the waiting room was there for. It is a violation to even confirm that somebody is a patient. That said, it does happen.

Now, as for the celebrity in question, it is NOT uncommon for women with more vanity and money than sense to schedule a c-section before those last few weeks of pregnancy, when you REALLY bloat up badly--and I say c-section, specifically, because they can also schedule a tummy tuck to occur when she is being put back together and sewn up after the c-section.

nicola said...

Can't be Heidi. Check out Heidi's body at the VS fashion show, the last one Tyra Banks walked in. That isn't a tummy tuck belly. She looked good mind you, but she wasn't back to form by a long shot.

El Roy 13 said...

^^^^ Yup! (agreed)

NK said...

I am really interested in this tummy tuck + c-section combo thing. I plan on having another and I would love to get rid of my flabby belly (yes, so attractive, I know) at the same time. Can you really do both at once? If your OB does the C-section, then a plastic surgeon comes in for the lipo tummy tuck? Having had a c-section before, and recovering from that (not as bad as I thought it would be but still not a cake-walk) I can't imagine the added pain from lipo. And drains? Never even heard of that.

FlirtyChick74 said...

I had a very large fibroid removed five years ago. I had what was called a bikini cut. Basically, a c-section was made very low, at the bikini line. It goes from hip to hip. I had a rather large scar for a while but it has faded now. I can wear the lowest cut underwear and you still can't see it. My doctor later told me that this type of cut made the surgery a little more difficult to do. Needless to say, I was extremely grateful.

Also, I've had friends of mine in the medical, legal, and psychiatric professions and you would not believe the way they blab. It's eye opening. So if you are under the illusion that your information is private because you signed some pieces of paper and whatnot, you'd sadly be mistaken. Depending how salacious your stories are, you can expect them to be the centerpiece of some very lively cocktail parties.

Lizzie du said...

I can see plastic surgeons doin all kinds of unethical things for money, but not a baby doctor they have ethics n their priority is allways the baby. So i do think it cant be heidi ob this one.

Lizzie du said...

I can see plastic surgeons doin all kinds of unethical things for money, but not a baby doctor they have ethics n their priority is allways the baby. So i do think it cant be heidi ob this one.

Iwinjen said...

I remember the baby doc asking me when the first day of my last period was to get an idea of age of baby. What if she lied so it would throw off the timing so she could have the baby early?

So is it so wrong that I haven't lost the baby weight yet? She starts kindergarten this year.

YourNameHere said...

My guess was going to be Brooke Burke because I don't recall reading about people being jealous of Heidi Klum bouncing back with envious abs.

cowbulls said...

I have close friends that lost a child that was born premature at 36weeks. The child caught an infection and his lungs weren't developed enough to fight off the infection. Whoever this bitch is, I hope there's a reservation in hell for her.

zombiecrush said...

It's Jenny McCarthy.

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