'Total Recall's' Three-Breasted Actress Sparks Internet Frenzy, Denies They're Real
"There were a bunch of people at Comic-Con asking if I had surgery for the third one," says Kaitlyn Leeb in dispelling claims that her busty get-up wasn't a costume.
The red carpet is no stranger to off-the-wall celebrity attire, but one might think that actress Kaitlyn Leeb would have known that sporting an extra appendage at Comic-Con 2012 would create quite a splash.
While the 24-year-old actress displayed three breasts at the convention promoting her role as a three-breasted prostitute in the upcoming remake of Total Recall, Leeb did not expect that her chest would go viral and that people would believe the breasts are real.
“There were a bunch of people at Comic-Con asking if I had surgery for the third one,” Leeb told the Calgary Herald, as picked up by Yahoo. "Others thought that the two on the side were real. I guess that’s the one thing that bothers me the most is that they think I’m out there prancing around Comic-Con with my breasts out. They really are not mine.”
According to Yahoo, “kaitlyn leeb” has been trending on their search engine since July 15, making the top 6,000 searches with 77 percent of the interest coming from men.
While her busty get-up still dominates Internet searches, the Toronto-based actress expressed excitement for this moment in her career. Leeb told the Toronto Star: “It feels amazing that you’re recognized. It’s surreal, the past couple of days. It’s all new and exciting.”
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