Heidi Montag ‘Died For A Minute’ The Day She Underwent 10 Plastic Surgeries!

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We all know pretty hurts, but did you know it almost killed Heidi Montag?

The reality star sat down with Paper to open up about the day she went under the knife for ten cosmetic procedures.

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Making a shocking confession, she reveals:

“Spencer thought he lost me. I died for a minute. With that much surgery, I had to have 24-hour nurse care and Spencer didn’t want to leave my side. I was at a recovery center and had Demerol to deal with the pain because it was so extreme. My security guards called Spencer and told him, ‘Heidi’s heart stopped. She’s not going to make it.’ And I easily could’ve. Cutting yourself up isn’t something I’d recommend, and Demerol isn’t anything to play around with. That’s how Michael Jackson died.”

The surgeries happened back in 2009, but the experience has a lasting impact. Admitting feeling like she’d hit rock-bottom, she reflects:

“A lot of positive things came out of that. I had to look at myself in the mirror every day healing, and be like, ‘What did I do to myself? How did I get here? What is going on?’ I basically had to hit that rock-bottom moment in my life, to realize what was important to me.”

And what’s important these days is motherhood.

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She and husband Spencer Pratt welcomed their son Gunner Stone into the world back in October 2017. The show’s all about him now:

“It’s weird to think I was a person before Gunner. Gunner’s given me a whole new strength that I didn’t know. I feel like I am stronger than I’ve ever been emotionally. At the end of the day, I’m his mom, and that’s my main priority.”

Contemplating on whether or not they’ll keep raising him in California, where he won’t be so sheltered, or move to someplace like Colorado to “raise him with different values”, she says:

“I just want him to enjoy his life, and not live in his parents’ mistakes or shadows.”

That shadow being mom and dad’s legacy from The Hills, of course. On how she and her husband have been perceived as villains, she explains:

“There was a lot of Team Lauren. And it was just a different time when people took reality TV very seriously. They were invested in Lauren emotionally, because she had come from Laguna Beach and was the narrator for each episode. It was frustrating for me at the time ├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥ everyone just assuming I was this bad friend and bad person. It was especially challenging when everyone was against my relationship [with Spencer]. The Hills machine was so powerful, and it was impossible to get over. The money definitely made it a little bit easier, but the repercussions were really hard.”

All valid points!

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Too bad Kristin Cavallari revealed they’re the reason a Hills reboot was scrapped. We’re sure that doesn’t help the Speidi image, but as Kristin and Heidi noted, it’s a contract issue.

So what’s in store for the next season of Heidi’s life? Stay tuned…

Apr 5, 2018 8:19pm PDT

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