01:27 PM EDT 08/26/2014
Originally posted 08/18/2014 06:00PM
This is it, the final episode of the first season of Botched. In the last installment for the foreseeable future, we meet Monique, the woman with 38 FFF breasts whose ears have fused to her head; Myesha, an aspiring model who's being held back by the bags under her eyes; and Kelly, a girl with a cleft palate whose nose and lips seem to get worse with every surgery.
Monique, Pixie Ears
Monique is a former male who transitioned to female in her teens. As a kid, she attended a Catholic boys school, where she discovered she was "too feminine" for her fellow classmates. When she told her parents she wanted gender reassignment surgery, "They weren't surprised," she said. She's had over 200 procedures in her life, a number of them in Tijuana. What she's looking to take care of are her fused earlobes, known as pixie ears, as well as get a bunch of free silicone taken out of her hips.
Originally posted 08/08/2014 12:00PM
This week on Botched, Lacey wants to make her triple L-sized breasts bigger, Salina wants to make her lopsided breasts even, and Christina just wants a stomach that's dateable. Let's dive in!
Originally posted 07/15/2014 12:00PM
After 10 years motivating contestants towards their weight-loss goals on NBC's The Biggest Loser, fitness guru and star trainer Jillian Michaels has herself thrown in the towel on the reality show. But why?
Originally posted 07/08/2014 07:30PM
Meeting complete strangers while in the buff isn't just a recurring nightmare anymore. It's reality!
Originally posted 06/12/2014 02:00PM
The Biermann brood is back – with twin babies and a brand-new house.
Originally posted 06/07/2014 12:15PM
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Originally posted 05/22/2014 10:30AM
Leah Thom is not like most girls – and she is okay with that.
As one of the 12 American girls selected to compete for the heart of a man they were led to believe was Prince Harry on FOX's I Wanna Marry 'Harry', Thom, 24, did not share the same enthusiasm for fawning over a stranger she just met and was the first sent home by the faux prince.
Now back in the United States, the cocktail waitress from Fort Worth, Texas, talks to PEOPLE about being duped into believing the bachelor Matt Hicks was actually the royal redhead and why she went looking for love on national television.
Originally posted 05/20/2014 08:00PM
Whoever came up with the concept for I Wanna Marry "Harry" deserves a bonus, a garter of some order or other, a ceremonial sword and a small crown with the jewels carefully pried loose.
You can't just be giving away jewels.
The point is that it has been a while since a reality show's concept was so outlandishly irresistible that it created the instant rush of anticipation that "Harry" has. It premieres Tuesday (9 p.m.) on FOX.
Originally posted 05/19/2014 11:00PM
Time to break out the bouquet of roses and pop some champagne – The Bachelorette is back, and if the premiere is any indication, Chris Harrison's promise of "the most dramatic season ever" may be accurate.
On this season's quest to find love is Andi Dorfman, the Atlanta-based assistant district attorney who famously dumped Juan Pablo Galavis after a "nightmare" fantasy suite date (and his overuse of the phrase "It's okay") on the latest installment of The Bachelor. This time around, Dorfman, 27, is faced with 25 eligible men – and they pulled out all the stops during their first night at the mansion.
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