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By: Becky Foster
Created on 16th May 2011
Last week ITV talk show 'This Morning' controversially played host to American 'professional feature dancer' Chelsea Charms. Charms is said to be in possession of the largest breasts on the planet as a result of extensive surgical enhancement, though this title has yet to be recognised by the Guinness Book of Records which still recognises Maxi Mounds to be in possession of the world's largest breasts.
Charms' appearance as a guest on the show sparked a great deal of controversy from viewers, who saw the exotic dancer/porn star as out of place on a daytime television show that is supposedly pitched towards family viewing. Hosts Philip Schofield and Ruth Langsford quizzed Charms on her decision to get breast surgery that enlarged her naturally D cup breasts to an XX cup that is extremely out of proportion with her petite 5"3 frame.
To achieve her current bra size (164XX) Charms underwent three surgical procedures, the third of which is now illegal as a method of breast enlargement, where polypropylene string was implanted into each breast. The string was designed to irritate the breast lining causing the body to release a serum which continues to enlarge the breasts over a period of time. In fact, Charms admits that her breasts have not yet stopped growing. However, this does not concern her as the growth rate of her breasts is now diminishing, and they 'work as a team' so one breast is not larger than the other. In the interview, Charms also conceded that the size of her breasts initially caused her difficulty getting to sleep, and that she had to perform special back exercises to stop the weight of her breasts (each one weighs about the same as two large watermelons) causing the rest of her body too much damage.
After the show, thousands of viewers took to social networking site Facebook to criticise Charms' decision to undergo such drastic surgical measures, as well as criticising ITV for featuring a guest so out of place on a light-hearted, morning chat show.