Dr. Errol Gluck, host of GluckRadio, interviews controversial plastic surgeon advocate Sarah Burge about her latest controversy on the Anderson Cooper and her turbulent past as a model and victim of domestic abuse.
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Dr. Errol Gluck, NYC hypnosis practitioner and host of the podcast GluckRadio, spoke with celebrity plastic surgery advocate Sarah Burge, known in the media as the Human Barbie. Sarah Burge had recently been on Anderson Cooper for an alleged voucher she gave to her daughter for plastic surgery. Dr. Gluck asked her if this was true, and she told her side of the story. Dr. Gluck then asked her about her thoughts on Anderson Cooper, who kicked her off his show because he thought she was "disgraceful." Sarah Burge revealed her thoughts on her boot from the show. In addition, Sarah Burge discussed her past, which included being a Playboy Bunny, a victim of domestic violence, and a mother of three daughters. Her youngest daughter, Poppy Burge, spurned public outrage when Burge allegedly gave her a voucher for plastic surgery and encouraged her to work out on a stripper pole. Burge denied those allegations on the GluckRadio podcast episode.
"I thought she was a great guest, and very misunderstood," Dr. Errol Gluck said after the show. "Here was a woman who took her misery and made something productive out of it." Producer Devin Exambo also remarked, "People forget she got the plastic surgery because her face got battered by an abusive husband."
Sarah Burge's episode is the seventh episode on the self-help and social issue based podcast GluckRadio.
GluckRadio is a weekly podcast hosted by Clinical Hypnotist and Executive Life Coach, Dr. Errol Gluck. Aside from being a NYC hypnosis expert, Dr. Gluck asks provocative questions to some of the most renowned guests in the fields of psychology, media, and health. Additionally, GluckRadio features opposing sides of social issues, like Israel and Palestine, and mediates between both sides. Past guests include Sarah Burge (The Human Barbie), Tom Avitabile, Hattie Retroage, and Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez.