Anderson Cooper wasn’t chuckling at “Dyngus Day” jokes when he was interviewing the “Human Barbie,” Sarah Burge.
Sarah gained this nickname due to reportedly spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on plastic surgery.
The problems arose when Anderson began questioning why she had given her 8-year old daughter vouchers for breast implants to be redeemed on her 18th birthday. Furthermore, she encouraged her 15-year old daughter to get Botox.
She told Cooper her 15-year old didn’t want to be seen sweating while pursuing her dancing career, so Burge suggested Botox as an easy remedy.
“I would prefer to actually oversee my daughter’s Botox than actually have her go underground, find a voodoo witch doctor or getting it off the Internet and administering it herself,” Burge said.
Cooper promptly stopped the conversation and replied, “Um, I honestly have nothing more to talk to you about. I got to stop, sorry. I try to be really polite to all my guests, but I think you’re dreadful and I honestly don’t want to talk to you anymore.”
“That’s fine, that’s fine,” Burge replied as she walked off the set.
Backstage after the show, Cooper said on camera, “I got the feeling this was about publicity for her. I regret having her on in the first place and I regret how things ended.”
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