Olivia Attwood has defended her love of cosmetic procedures by insisting that she’s ‘not hurting anyone’ by seeking extra help to switch-up her natural features.
The former Love Island babe, 29, shot to fame on the 2017 series of the hit ITV dating show and has continued to splash her celebrity cash on cosmetic procedures.
Though Olivia was no stranger to enhancements before her time in the villa, with the star undergoing a breast enlargement years before.
The blonde bombshell, who quickly became a household name, also sported a plump pout and full lips throughout the duration of Love Island – later confirming that she had fillers.
Since appearing on the show, Olivia has continued to alter her appearance by forking out on Botox, Liposuction on her jaw while also having her chin re-shaped.
The star has been subjected to trolling and criticism from fans for being so public about her multiple procedures.
Lifting the lid on her cosmetic surgery journey, a defiant Olivia told Closer that it’s nobody’s business but her own what she does to her face.
Although the TOWIE star would never encourage any of her fans to undergo surgery, she is not willing to lie or hide the fact that she chooses to do it.
“I think it’s really important to be transparent” she explained.
“I had a botched boob-job pre-Love Island and I thought, ‘I need to tell people about that’. I like to be honest if I’ve had something done.
“I wasn’t born looking like this, so there’s no point in lying about it because that’s more damaging. I’m not hurting anyone, and I’m not hurting myself, so it’s not really up for discussion.”
During the candid interview, Olivia also slammed the Kardashian clan for their decision to deny any surgery allegations.
The former Love Island babe insisted that ‘nobody just looks like that’ and suggested that Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie all owe it to their fans to come clean about their enhanced features.
Mirror Online have contacted OIivia’s representatives for further comment.
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