Lisa Rinna, who has herself appeared in Playboy
and has had more cosmetic reconstruction than a flipped house that some old lady died in, is calling out Heidi Montag saying that she's a bad influence on her daughters. Goddammit
. You know it really ruins my day when I'm put in the position of defending Heidi Montag.
"I will tell you, I had to take that cover off the magazine before it came in the house," Rinna, 46, tells Fancast.com of People magazine, which touted Montag's surgery on its cover. "We have two girls. I don't think it is something you want to bring in the house and say, 'Oh, look.'"
Continues Rinna, who is married to Harry Hamlin (their show, Harry Loves Lisa, premieres in October), "I take a lot of the covers off of magazines if they are not appropriate. Obviously, we are raising two young girls. Anything that has to do with weight issues, I think you just have to be really careful." (Source)
So this is about weight issues
and not the fact that Heidi got two buoys strapped to her chest and her face no longer resembles anything found in nature? Not that that statement couldn't likewise be used to describe Lisa Rinna herself, mind you. But still, this coming from the woman who was literally ordered to lay off the gym
before her Playboy
shoot so she appeared "softer." I would be surprised if Lisa Rinna's daughters didn't start out binging their baby formula.