Marie Osmond said that she opted to undergo breast reduction surgery when she was young. The 54-year-old singer/actress made the revelation as she stopped by "The Talk" on Monday, November 4, explaining that she "had very large breasts."
"I had a breast reduction. I was my mother's daughter. I was in like, twentysomething [years old]," Osmond told the show's hosts, adding that at that time she had E-cup breasts. "Seriously, women can get so big and you look like human zippers. And honestly, I did it too because my back hurt. I don't get the big boob thing," she admitted.
Osmond, who competed on season 5 of "Dancing with the Stars", also said that back then her breast size became her co-stars' talk. "When I did 'Sound of Music', all they did was talk about the hills were alive! That's all they saw were my boobs," she revealed.
The revelation came only days after Heidi Montag said that she experienced health issues because of big breasts. The former star of "The Hills", who previously underwent breast augmentation, suffered from a ruptured disc in her neck, muscular and spinal damage to her back, and numbness in her arm due to pinched nerves as the results of the augmentation.
Montag then decided to replace her F-cup implants with D-cup implants. Following the surgery, she told Entertainment Tonight, "I feel really great. I am really relieved that that burden is literally lifted off my chest."