If you could have any celebrity ass in the world just by going under the knife, would you? What if we told you that after a quick, two-hour procedure Pippa Middleton's coveted behind could be yours? Yeah, I wouldn't do it either, but apparently there are plenty of women who would, and have.

Good Morning America introduced us today to the "Pippa Butt Lift," a medical procedure that turns your square-shaped butt into an "A shape," whatever that means. So GMA did what they always do and found a poor soul about to go through the process and filmed her along the way. The surgery is supposedly popular with the petite crowd, which pre-op subject Christina Valdez explains: "Her frame just looked incredible in that dress, I was just like, 'That's it. I just have to look like her.' If she can be petite and great and wear it so elegantly and still have a nice backside to her, so can I."

Valedez' plastic surgeon says that 80% of his work is butt lifts and that over 20% are requests specifically asking for Pippa's royal rear end. The procedure involved liposuction on the stomach and putting that fat into the butt area, and Valdez had to actually gain weight because new fat is easier to shape than old. The surgery is a two hour-long process and takes up to six weeks to recover. Weeks later, Valdez has to buy new clothes that fit her, but is thrilled with her new backside: "I love the results, it looks beautiful, it feels great, I feel sexy."

And after the cameras stopped rolling, Valdez sauntered off to buy 100 pairs of Pippa-esque pantyhose.