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OC Great-Grandma Talks About Her Boob Job, Says She Was Inspired By Dolly Parton

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Marie Kolstad (Inside Edition)
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83-year-old Marie Kolstad from Orange County has that "age ain't nothing but a number" attitude when it comes to her recent breast augmentation surgery, and the headlines she's made when her story went public this month. "I never dreamt that what I did was going to make such a big splash," the woman with 13 grandkids and 12 great-grandkids told a reporter from CBS2.

Kolstad is described as an "energetic" woman, who still works as a property manager in the OC. And "after being widowed for more than a decade, Kolstad spent $8,000 on three-hour breast implant surgery on July 22," reports ABC News.

While her bust size isn't really upped now, she's taken care of the sagging that had brought her down in recent years. Kolstad quipped in a NY Times article earlier this month, at her age "“your breasts go in one direction and your brain goes in another.”

Kolstad's doctor said if the patient is in good health, doing a breast augmentation or other plastic surgery on a senior citizen is not an issue.

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The octogenarian told Inside Edition she was inspired by Dolly Parton's...philosophy when it came to plastic surgery, though admits she wishes now maybe she'd gone just a little bigger.