Kim Zolciak - All About the Real Housewives Stars Plastic Surgery
Kim was born on May 19, 1978 in Pensacola, Flordia. She is both a singer and a television personality, starring in the hit show The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She is currently married to the Atlanta Falcons football player Kroy Biermann. She has a total of four children: two sons and two daughters. The two sons were born with her current husband.
In 2008 she released the single "Tardy for the Party" and released "Google Me" in 2012. She currently does not have a full-length album but one is in the works.
Kim Zolciak is very open about the plastic surgery procedures she has underwent. She is so open she has even appeared in "In Touch" magazine where she commented on the work she's had done.
At 30 years old, this Real Housewives of Atlanta star admits to having two total breast augmentation surgeries. She also regularly gets Botox injections, but she swears they are only to help ease the pain of migraine headaches.
Plastic surgery is not the only way she alters her appearance. Kim Zolciak claims to have naturally black hair, but of course we all know her as a think, young blonde woman. She is a "bottle blonde" so-to-speak.
Kim says she would love to get a nose job, but she is scared of the procedure. However, she does say she's open to additional plastic surgery, stating she is looking forward to getting a tummy tuck when she is finally done having children.
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