Holly Hagan says cosmetic procedures have made her 'look worse'
Holly Hagan has opened up about her cosmetic surgery regrets and her realisation she's 'spent so money to look worse.'
Since rising to fame on notorious MTV reality show Geordie Shore, Holly has completely transformed her body.
At the age of 27 Holly has splashed out on double F breast implants, jaw fillers, nose fillers, Botox a bum lift.
In a candid chat with fans, Holly opened up about how her attitude to her body has changed over the years.
"Throughout the early years of GShore I was always told I wasn't a "worldie". It sticks in my head the boys constantly looking out for "worldie" girls. They would describe them and they'd be the opposite to me," she said.
"I spent so many years just desperate to be classed as one for the approval of boys. It's so sad that I based my worth off that," reflect Holly, who said she was in a much better heads space these days.
The Newcastle star was just 18 years in old when she made her debut on the hard-partying reality show.
"I'm fit, I'm flirty and I've got double Fs," she told viewers.
But inside Holly was masking huge insecurities that only heightened along with her fame.
Holly turned to cosmetic surgery to try in a bid to boost her confidence, but said she now feels worse because of it.
"Surgery made my body image 1000 x worse. I went in with the expectations that I was going to finally be happy and have the perfect body after.
"Not only have I end up heavier than I've ever been after two months, but I was twice as wide too. I looked awful and it was upsetting.
"I had so much guilt and shame that I spent so much money and looked worse than before," she said.
Holly has now turned to healthy eating and exercise to boost her mental health and gave some advice to her fans.
"Having surgery doesn't change your lifestyle or your diet or exercise routine. If all of those factors stay the same, the majority of people will end up looking worse than before."
She continued "My goal is to strip the fat and become as lean as possible so I can eventually build muscle and that is harder for me to do now because I'm wider than I should be."
The star also vowed to change her ways and stop promoting diet drinks and supplements that claimed to offer quick fix weight loss.
"It never even occurred to me the damage I was causing by promoting them," she said.
"I was then flooded by 100s of angry messages from PTs and fitness professionals calling me every name under the sun. I was distraught I'd honestly never expected anything like it."