In order to become a reality star, a woman from Florida underwent an expensive surgery to implant a third breast on her chest.

Massage therapist Jasmine Tridevil (not her real name) decided to take the extreme step as she wants her own reality show on MTV, the 9 News reported.

Tridevil reportedly spent $20,000 to have a third breast. The procedure was done a few months ago and the extra breast was constructed with silicone implants and skin tissues taken from her abdomen, the website reported.

However, Tridevil's doctors could not create an artificial areola, which she managed on her own by tattooing it.

Nevertheless, the reality show aspirant had a difficult time finding a doctor who would do the procedure by ignoring medical ethics.

"I called 50 doctors. It was really hard finding someone who would do it too because they're breaking the code of ethics," she told real radio 104.1, via 9News.

When asked about her family's reaction to the creepy news of her third breast implant, she said: "My mum ran out of the door. She won't talk to me. She won't let my sister talk to me. My dad, he really isn't happy. He is kind of ashamed of me but he accepted it."

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Tridevil went on to claim she wanted this to happen to make herself look unattractive as she is not interested in dating anymore.

"I got it because I wanted to make myself unattractive to men. Because I don't want to date anymore," she said.

"Most guys would think [the extra breast is] weird and gross. But I can still feel pretty because if I wore make-up and cute clothes, I can still, you know, feel pretty."

Reality shows on popular networks have always fascinated youngsters who want to grab their 15 minutes of fame and become popular.

"Reality and fantasy are blurred. The consequences of bad behaviour and poor choices are never questioned. On the contrary, bad behaviour is welcomed because sensationalism attracts more viewers. The danger lies in that they lose sight of their own sense of self-worth and critical thinking," a report from NDLA reads.