British model and reality TV star Katie Price explains the right and wrong reasons to have plastic surgery.
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Katie Price: People shouldn't have surgery for a guy or someone to make them feel good or for a job that used to complete when we -- you should only have surgery if it's something you want in yourself within reason, because there are so many women who go so over the top and you end up looking the same like an alien, and that's not a nice look. Dr. Travis Stork: So as being in LA where -- Dr. Drew Ordon: That's my job to set, and she couldn't have sat with anybody. Dr. Travis Stork: But in fairness Drew, you said that maybe being in L.A where plastic surgery is so common, has it changed your perception in terms of what you may have done in the future? Katie Price: Yes. I tell you what has -- because for our show, I film everything and I had my lips done last time I was here, the Vaseline, isn't it? They filmed it because I like people to know how the -- it is painful to have all this stuff done. I looked like a duck, like Daffy Duck I called myself, because I was really like that. It's not nice. It looks fake, it does not look natural. Dr. Drew Ordon: But just at the beginning. Katie Price: It does. But I think they have nearly gone back to normal. They are still up in there. But you see so many women and you can tell straight away, they are all like this and it's not a nice look, it really isn't. You end up looking the same.