Are Fake Boobs Going Bust?
Even Hollywood is looking for the real thing
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser User
Posted Apr 20, 2010 3:38 AM CDT
Updated Apr 20, 2010 3:55 AM CDT
An earlier version of Heidi Montag implants in 2007.   (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
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(Newser) – It's hard to believe but the air might be going out of the overwhelming trend toward fake boobs. Sharon Osbourne is ditching her very inconvenient 34 Double D implants and is having them made into paperweights for hubby Ozzy. "They'll be better on his desk than on my chest," she quipped. "They're awful!" Even Hollywood is seeking a more natural look, according to casting agents. A recent casting notice seeking extras for the new Pirates of the Caribbean stressed that actresses "must have real breasts."

“Large implants take the actors to a sleazier level,” one agent told Page Six. “They become a joke.” The "implant-free" stars Anna Paquin, Rachel Blanchard and Tricia Helfer in the film Open House were touted this week by casting agent Danny Roth, who chalked up fake boobs to "insecurity."
 

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