On the most recent episode of Botched, an American “gambler/magician” named Brian Zembic tells the following story:
In the high-stakes world of breast augmentation, my friends, the innovation never stops.
This week’s Botched season finale features a patient named Penny who loves to wear corsets. “It might shift your floating ribs a little bit. It’ll move your organs,” she says. But that’s, like, nothing major.
Several years ago, Anivia Cruz-Dilworth was a successful plus-size model in high demand. The picture of flawlessness she presented to the world, however, came at a steep price. Now, the former model, whose career ambition drove her to elective black market plastic surgery, suffers from nonstop physical and emotional…
Farrah Abraham appeared on Sunday night’s episode of Botched to seek help for her severely swollen lips after a failed surgery.
Welcome to Would U?, an academic forum in which I share my gross crush of the week and ask if you, too, would bang that person.
On Tuesday night after Botched, E! debuted a new series called Good Work, hosted by RuPaul and featuring Botched surgeon Dr. Terry Dubrow. Its mission is to analyze and critique alleged celebrity plastic surgery. It could've been an utter disaster.
The first time I watched Botched, it was with equal levels of shock and shameful fascination. The premiere episode featured a woman with a lumpy uni-boob. Subsequent episodes: a woman whose ass implant flipped, a Justin Bieber wannabe, Janice Dickinson and a woman whose tragic tummy tuck had repositioned…
"I'm literally dying for a nose job. Who wants to look natural?" says a person in the trailer for the second season of Botched. The E! show that spotlights society's obsession with cosmetic enhancement is returning in 2015, which means more crooked breasts, nose jobs and questionable out-of-country plastic surgery…
Great news fans of television you can't turn away from even when desperate loved ones beg you to stop! Botched, E! television's astoundingly horrible-yet-oh-so-wonderful plastic surgery series is definitely coming back for another season.
I don't know what it is about Botched that keeps me watching, but I walked in on my partner gasping at it one morning and I've been sucked in. This story may be their most extreme. And no, it's not for the squeamish.
E!'s new reality TV show Botched looks like a cross between Real Housewives and Extreme Makeover, in that it's mesmerizing and disgusting at the same time. The upcoming episode featuring Janice Dickinson should prove that handily.
It's a Tuesday morning and the sun is shining so the time seems right to reduce women's presence in this world to a single body part or feature.