Maybe less really is more.
Pop star Adrienne Bailon told Cosmo that she had breast implants at age 19 but quickly regretted the decision. "I went to a doctor in Miami and asked for a 'B' cup and ended up with double 'Ds.'" She added, "I went from one insecurity to the next — feeling like I was too small to feeling like when I walked into the room everyone knew my boobs were fake." The singer and actress later had the implants removed.
The former “The Hills” star was all about showing off her post-surgery cleavage in 2010, left, but took a more modest approach after having her assets downsized from an F to a C cup in November 2013, right.
Heidi said her massive implants were “bottoming out," or becoming displaced in her body. "They felt like bowling balls on my chest,” she told Us Weekly.
When Jenna retired from adult film making in 2007, she decided to leave her breast implants behind, too. "When I had implants, I felt uncomfortable," she told Us Weekly. "I would be shy at the beach. I know it sounds funny, but I'd wear high-necked clothes -- unless I was at an adult-film convention. So I thought, Why don't I be who I am and get my real ones back?"
Sharon reverted back to her natural chest in 2011 after one implant leaked into the wall of her stomach. "One morning I woke up and one of my boobies was kind of much longer than the other," she said on TV show “The Talk” post-surgery. She opted to have both removed to avoid further issues, and she looks pretty darn good without them.
The former Spice Girl turned fashion designer, who has four kids with hubby David Beckham, took her tiny frame from an A cup to a DD, and then went back again. Her flatter look is much more high fashion.
Poor Tara’s botched boob job was put on full display in 2004 when she accidentally flashed cameras at P. Diddy’s birthday party.
“I got my breasts done for the first time because my breasts were uneven," Reid told Us Weekly. But the surgery went very wrong, and Reid had to go under the knife a second time to undo the damage.
Courtney had her implants removed and kept them as a souvenir, until her Pomeranian ate one and died, the New York Post reported in 2002.
When Rod Stewart's daughter, who had her breasts done at age 18, had the implants removed, she gave them to friend Jack Osbourne as a memento. How, um, thoughtful?
When the “Glee” actress and new mom had her implants removed in 2011 at age 24, most fans didn’t know she had them in the first place. “Implants were something I thought I wanted when I was young, and now I don’t,” she told Fitness magazine. “It was hard being active with them. My chest was always sore. It hurt a lot, and I didn’t like always being in pain — so they had to go!”
Maybe less really is more.