I mean, me being worried about Janice Dickinson is kind of a constant state – it’s pretty clear the woman has some demons – but there’s a specific reason this time.
Janice did an interview with Closer (heads up, you’re going to see a NSFW picture of Janice Dickinson if you click that link), and she talked about how she stays in shape:
“I love my body, but it’s a compulsive obsession. I have to make sure I exercise and that the ingredients that go into my body are completely organic. I relax, meditate and do 80 minutes of yoga every day. I hike and make sure everything I eat is organic. I eat steamed fish, chicken and turkey, plus salads, carrot juice and supplements.”
After I read that, I was all “yeah, plus that bi-annual tummy tuck,” but she went on to talk about plastic surgery:
“There’s no such thing as too much. Whatever it takes to make an individual feel better, I’m all for it. Then in my 40s I signed up for Botox and now I have it every six months. My advisers say I should get rid of the neck. You can have an incision in the back of the neck that will tighten it up. Am I considering it? Always. I’m going to be the best looking corpse on the planet!”
While the toxin that causes botulism may technically be considered organic, I don’t know if those two ideas go together so well. You’d think that a woman who claims to work so hard to be in top physical health wouldn’t be so quick to have so many unnecessary surgeries, but maybe that’s just me.