The faceless woman behind the botched butt implant YouTube video that went viral late last year went public for the first time on "Trisha Goddard," a one-hour NBC daytime talk show.
Renee, who did not want to give her last name, spoke on a segment titled "My extreme butt implants nearly killed me." RadarOnline got previews of the show exclusively.
She told Trisha how she first realized that something was amiss about her surgery. "I was showing my girlfriend how I could reach up under the implant and it just kind of flipped and freaked me out," she said. "I started getting really sick, I couldn't breath."
As NewsOne previously reported, Renee posted the video in November. She is shown in the 21-second clip flipping the implant and telling the camera, "I don't think an implant's supposed to do that. It shouldn't be able to flip."
A plastic surgeon told the New York Daily News the problem with the implants was that they were too large. "That implant appears to be among the largest available for implantation. It's just huge," he said. "It's way too big for her body."
"Most implants we use contain around 320 (cubic centimeters of silicone gel)," he said. "That woman appears to have 700 or 800 cc implants. That's the size of a dinner plate," he added.
During the show, Renee showed the audience the butt implants that she flipped around during the YouTube clip, causing a loud gasp in the studio. As for Renee, she had a message for anyone wanting to augment their appearance: "Love the skin you're in. Please don't go and do this stuff to yourself. If more people would come out and tell their stories then less women would go and do this."
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