Anderson Cooper totally loses his mind over "Human Barbie" mom! (VIDEO)

Audiences have seen Anderson Cooper serious, frustrated and even downright giggly. But it's rare that the world sees him completely and utterly disgusted! On yesterday's episode of his daytime show, Cooper interviewed Sarah Burge, a British woman who calls herself the "Human Barbie" after reportedly spending over $500,000 on plastic surgery…and the anchor was so put off by her attitude that he kicked her off his show!

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Burge first came under fire last year when she gave her 7-year-old daughter a $10,000 voucher for breast augmentation and liposuction to be redeemed when she reaches a legal age.  She also apparently encouraged her 15-year-old daughter to get Botox. During his interview, Cooper asked Burge why she would want her kids to get these procedures. She responded with vague--and nonsensical-- answers, claiming that her teenager wanted Botox so that she didn't "sweat" on stage (her daughter is a dancer).

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"You don't see Beyonce sweating on stage, do you?" she asked. To which Cooper quickly retorted, "Actually you do. Yeah." Eventually, he got so fed up with her that he asked her to leave right there in front of a live audience.

"I try to be really polite to all my guests," he said. "I think you're dreadful and I honestly don't want to talk to you anymore." Later, he also proclaimed that he regretted having her on the show in the first place.

OK, I think this woman is downright nuts and I kind of love Cooper even more for kicking her off the stage. I mean, someone needs to bring this woman back to Earth. It's probably even better that it happened on national TV too because maybe then she'll start to realize that she is a total wacko…although from the looks of this video, I doubt it.

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Either way, I am 100 percent behind Cooper's actions and don't feel remotely bad for Burge. I only wish that he had also told her that Barbie looks are only cute on plastic dolls for little girls and not on living, breathing grown women.

See Cooper explain his decision here:

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