LEANN RIMES has been griping about being in so much pain after undergoing mouth surgery. What did she have mouth surgery for? Have her teeth rotted out from non-use? Did she have her pie hole downsized to control her portions?
LeAnn says the surgery was done for medical purposes…er, whatever medical purposes it was exactly she may have forgotten to elaborate on due to the extreme pain she says she’s been having.
Well, what do you know…this is probably the first time we’ve heard a celebrity complaining about pain resulting from plastic corrective surgery. Didn’t LeAnn have a boob job previously and didn’t even whine a single peep about the “ow” factor from that?
“K, coming clean….I had minor surgery this week and I’ve been in SO much pain it’s not even funny,”
Rimes shouted out on her Twitter account.
“Nothing major just annoying! Pain pain go away!!!!!! When it’s mouth pain and jaw pain it makes your whole head pound! YUCK.”
According to LeAnn‘s reps, the singer had surgery to correct a Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorder. The TMJ is a small joint located in front of the ear where the skull and lower jaw meet. It permits the lower jaw (mandible) to move and function. Patients suffering from TMJ disorder have symptoms that include earaches, headaches and limited ability to open their mouth.
Ah, “limited ability to open their mouth,” eh? Does that mean LeAnn‘s TMJ disorder prevented her from getting proper nutrition in the past, which resulted in the near skeletal frame she’s been sporting ever since she married Eddie Cibrian (what did you make her do to her jaw, Eddie Cibrian, you oversized rascal, you!)
So now LeAnn‘s had surgery to correct her TMJ disorder. Does that mean we’ll be seeing a more femininely-rounded LeAnn Rimes a few months from now?
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