A porn star who says her huge breasts could kill her also contends she fields questions from people all the time who say they envy her ticking time bombs.
"I get multiple inquiries yearly from other women in the industry and outside," Elizabeth Starr said on a new episode of the Trisha Goddard Show. "They ask me, 'where do I get the implants? Who's my surgeon?'"
She's gone through more than 60 corrective surgeries over the last 15 years because of the implants. Though they put her life in danger, Starr said she doesn't want to go under the knife again to have them removed.
"Her life has become her boobs," Goddard told The Huffington Post. "That's how she's put food on the table for her kids, that's what she's famous for. You take that away, I'm guessing that would be a very scary proposition."
The episode also features an interview with a living doll, or "masker" a man who dresses up like a woman in fake rubber skin.
In his non-masker persona, "Tvyrus" is a 55-year-old divorced college professor. He's lived a double life, partially because he never felt he was "good enough," according to Goddard.
"The first time he unmasked himself in front of people was on our show," Goddard said. "It was a tear-jerking, lump in the throat moment. The way the audience reacted was beautiful."
You can see clips from the show, which airs on Tuesday, above and below. Check local listings for time and channel.