S Club 7 singer Hannah Spearritt thought she was dying after undergoing breast implant surgery. The 41yearold celebrity thought the procedure might help her, but it didn’t. For her, it left a trajectory of anxiety and depression.
After Hannah Spearritt went under the knife in 2013, her implants were removed and she intends to comment on the matter in the ITVBe documentary Hannah Spearritt: Me & Breast Implants. In an interview with The Sun, he spoke about the project, which deals with the relationship with the body and the topic of silicone implants, including their removal.
“It was a very big deal for me. I’ve always been a very private person, but I’m very glad I did. If I can help just one person with the documentation, it’s all worth it,” he defined.
In the conversation, the singer admitted that she felt crazy for a moment because she was so often misdiagnosed. Despite having the “most expensive implants” costing around R$37,000, the famous woman thought her body was “poisoned” by the material.
Some doctors thought that Hannah Spearritt might have had “breast implant disease” due to silicone implants. However, there is not enough research to prove the hypothesis.
In the documentary, the singer talks about the fear of dying after having implants in her breasts. In addition, after storing the prostheses he removed, he shows the results of the tests he performed on them.