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Farrah Abraham’s third boob job went more viral than Star Wars preview (PHOTO)

Farrah Abraham has gone under the knife for bigger breasts for the third time, the reality star revealed — and the news is getting more attention than Star Wars.

Abraham said she has suffered from months of severe pain from scar tissue after her two previous surgeries.

“I’m thankful to have the best reconstructive breast surgeon in the Beverly Hills area fix the burning and pain issues that were horrible,” Abraham, star of Teen Mom, told the Daily Mail.

“I was happy to learn about new incision placement for better results as opposed to under the breast for my pain and burning to stop. I’m happy I could share my story to help other women who may have these side effects and now know it is fixable and there are great doctors to fix this issue and better implants like SRX. I can’t wait for Dr. Linder to fix me.”

Abraham’s new surgery was recorded for her appearance on Botched: Post Op, airing tonight after Botched on E!. She was actually on the operating table Friday, Oct. 16, and confirmed she is recovering well with this Facebook post. As you can see from her photo, her boob job is trending higher on the social media site than the new Star Wars preview for The Force Awakens.

For comparison, here is the preview she beat out.
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In addition to breast augmentation, Abraham has also had a nose job, chin implant, cheek fillers and lip injections.

Abraham, who was recently kicked off Celebrity Big Brother UK for her terrible behavior on the show, sure makes it sound like she made some kind of a deal for this surgery. The wording of her statement to the Daily Mail sounds very much like a marketing gambit, naming the surgeon as well as the exact procedure and the name of the exact implant. It would make sense, considering the fact that Abraham is some sort of business wiz who spun her turn on Teen Mom back in the day into a thriving personal brand.

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