Woman who spent £23k to get 28L size breasts has a song called Boobs Dance
A woman who has spent £23,000 on plastic surgery loves her new 28L breasts and has even written a song called Boobs Dance.
Sindy Starlet, from Oslo, Norway, started her journey to pop stardom after undergoing her first cosmetic breast surgery in 2005.
Since then, the 30-year-old Instagram influencer has undergone three more breast enlargements and two nose jobs.
Sindy’s new look has provided her with a new sense of confidence allowing her to explore her passion for music in a catchy dance track which she hopes will become a hit song.
Having lost her mother, Irene, aged only eight and with her dad living abroad, Sindy moved into a youth home aged 15.
It was during this time that Sindy noticed her friends looked different to her.
‘I decided from a very young age to get plastic surgery. When I was 14 years old, I looked at my friends and they all had big boobs,’ Sindy said.
‘I was slim and skinny – I had no boobs. I was surrounded by typical model girls.
‘I am more confident now. I feel like I’m more of a woman with my new boobs. For me, it’s important that a woman has boobs.
‘I look forward to the summer because then I can actually show them.’
Sindy says she hates when people try to look like other people and champions individuality.
She said: ‘There’s only one Sindy Starlet. I just want to be the best version of myself. I don’t like being compared. Be yourself and be the best version of yourself.’
Although happy with her new look, Sindy hasn’t always received positive responses from those around her.
‘I don’t think my family understand. My father is very old-fashioned,’ she said.
‘When I meet all of my sisters and we’re all together, they try to accept who I am, but I think inside, it’s hard for them.’
It’s also affected her social life.
She said: ‘I think I can be too vulgar and extreme for men who like a natural look. I think I appeal to men who like big boobs.
‘When I go clubbing, girls want to come and touch my boobs. I think it’s strange but funny.’
Music has always been a passion for Sindy who now feels confident chasing her dream and is supported by her son, Leo, 15.
She said: ‘My biggest dream is to be on the stage and entertain. I’m afraid to stand on the stage but I think when I go out there, I’d love it.
‘Hopefully my song will be popular. If it’s not, I’ll make a new song – a different type of song. I think I also need to make a Boobs Dance music video.
‘I have considered more breast implants. I need to think about it. I have respect for my body. I don’t want complications.’