via press release:
“PRIMETIME: CELEBRITY PLASTIC SURGERY GONE TOO FAR?”
Primetime Special Airs Wednesday, November 24 on ABC
With candid and shocking revelations from some of America’s most famous celebrities, ABC News will air an hour-long special anchored by Cynthia McFadden, “Primetime: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gone Too Far?,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET). The program tells the inside story of how plastic surgery changed the world of celebrity forever — and the price some of these stars have paid — including the procedures, do’s and don’ts, and the real scoop of who has had what done to their bodies.
On “Primetime: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gone Too Far?”:
- “Nightline” Anchor Cynthia McFadden sits down with starlet Heidi Montag and reveals all on her radical revision last year, where she underwent at least 10 cosmetic procedures in a single day.
- ABC News Correspondent Nick Watt speaks to Pete Burns, an electro-pop rockstar of the 1980’s and the striking, androgynous front man of British band Dead or Alive, who sees plastic surgery as an art form – and himself as the clay.
- ABC News Correspondent Neal Karlinsky talks to Janice Dickinson, the knockout cover girl with just about every enhancement known to man, who says “Everything about me is fake… and I’m perfect.”
- ABC News Correspondent Chris Connelly looks at “redos” or revision operations in which patients again turn to plastic surgery to correct botched jobs.
- “Nightline” Contributor Lisa Ling reports on the rising trend of teenagers getting plastic surgery. How young is too young?
James Goldston is the executive producer of “Primetime: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gone Too Far?” This program is broadcast in HD with stereo sound.