Lisa Rinna Slams Heidi Montag's Plastic Surgery

Celebrity Body Feb. 17, 2010 AT 3:17PM
Lisa Rinna Slams Heidi Montag's Plastic Surgery Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images; LVP/starmaxinc.com

Lisa Rinna has admitted to Juvederm fillers, Botox, lip-plumping and breast implants.

But she doesn't approve of Heidi Montag's 10 plastic surgery procedures in just one day.

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In fact, she refuses to allow photos of the drastically altered Hills star inside her home, where her daughters, Delilah, 11, and Amelia, 8, could see them.

"I will tell you, I had to take that cover off the magazine before it came in the house," Rinna, 46, tells Fancast.com of People magazine, which touted Montag's surgery on its cover. "We have two girls. I don’t think it is something you want to bring in the house and say, 'Oh, look.'"

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Continues Rinna, who is married to Harry Hamlin (their show, Harry Loves Lisa, premieres in October), "I take a lot of the covers off of magazines if they are not appropriate. Obviously, we are raising two young girls. Anything that has to do with weight issues, I think you just have to be really careful.”

Snipes Hamlin, "Well, you know, that magazine has changed so much. I was actually on the cover a few times [in the '80s]. In those days, they had stories about people who hadn't had their faces cut open. They had stories about things that were really going on. I don't know. I mean, plastic surgery?"

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Montag, 23, wasn't pleased with her surgery at first, her husband, Spencer Pratt, 26, told UsMagazine.com over the weekend.

"She came out of the hospital and the only thing she was saying was that the doctor better hide," he said.

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