In a world full of plastic surgery, things are bound to go wrong. So, what happens when your simple procedure turns out to be a nightmare? Well, if you’re lucky, you head on over to see renowned plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow, in an attempt to fix the damage caused by plastic surgery gone wrong. That’s what viewers tune into each week on E!’s hit show, Botched.
Now, if you’re a fan of the show, you’re about to get even more excited. You see, E! announced recently that it plans to air a Botched spin-off, called Botched by Nature. It’s just like the original, but with a few differences.
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There’s nothing like going for plastic surgery in hopes of improving your appearance, only to come out looking like something out of a horror film. Okay, really, I personally do not know what that feels like, but can only imagine how horrible it must be. But…it could be worse, right? I mean, what if you weren’t botched by a plastic surgeon, but instead, you were botched by nature?
Well, luckily, E! is up for the challenge. After their show Botched became such a hit, the network decided that they are going to tackle folks who have been botched by nature as well. In a recent press release, the network said they are “taking the show on the road and heading cross country to change the lives of those who have been botched by genetics or a traumatic incident.”
Yes, that’s right. Both Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow will be hitting the road to help people, kind of like the team on Extreme Makeover Home Edition does, but only this will be for plastic surgery and not homes. “The doctors will embed themselves in their patients’ lives to understand the physical and psychological scope of the situation. From disproportionate body parts to birth defects to major life accidents, the doctors will weigh the possible risks and benefits and invite patients to Los Angeles to embark on the ultimate cosmetic transformation,” the statement reads.
It definitely sounds like Botched By Nature is going to be even better than Botched. I mean, can’t you just imagine how much this will change someone’s life who needs it, but doesn’t have the means for it?
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