Brazil’s Miss Bumbum contestants have posed with X-rays of their butts to prove they are real as one of the requirements of the competition.
According to reports from The Sun, the competitors united to warn against “quick fix” surgeries after a number of high-profile deaths of women following butt augmentation surgery.
The 27 women, each representing a state of Brazil, are competing for the coveted “best bottom” gong.
The contestants showed X-ray scans yesterday to prove none of their own derrieres has been tampered with.
One of the rules of the world famous Miss Bumbum competition, now in it’s sixth year, is that contestants must not have undergone surgery to enlarge or enhance their backsides.
But that doesn’t mean this year’s hopefuls are surgery free the 27 women admitted to having had 78 cosmetic procedures between them, from boob jobs and liposuction to nose and chin surgery.