The star feels she is typecast when she auditions for films because her body looks a certain way and she wants to be recognised for her talent, not her shape. While she doesn't regret having her body surgically enhanced, she thinks she will be better served with a more natural shape.

"I have, like, movies and different things (I'm working on)," she tells "and I was having a real conversation with (singer/actor) Tyrese (Gibson) - we're really, like, great friendsI was telling him about my butt, how I hate being typecasted (sic) because my bottom is so heavy... For me, I want my normal shape back.

"For me, and my career right now, and me doing business - like really being on the frontline in business - I don't need to have a man looking down at my a** when I'm trying to talk numbers.

Michelle admits she also has trouble finding clothes that fit her voluptuous shape and would prefer a bodytype that is easier to shop for.

"I can't wear designer clothes," she adds. "It's always a problem when it comes to designers and, like, when they have to get stuff to fit my body.

And while she wants women to feel confident about their bodies, she wants them to be careful about the changes they make to them.

"I would say if you have the coins to put it (implants) in, have the coins to take it out," she explains. "It might be a phase! I would tell (other girls), don't go and do what you see people doing. But, if that's what you want to do - if that's the body you want - go get the body you want! Nothing is wrong with it. But, if you won't want it anymore - you just don't want it anymore!"