Lisa D'Amato, an alumna of America's Next Top Model, gave birth last week in a 24-minute Facebook Live stream that should be studied in both media and health classes. It begins in the delivery room a few minutes before the birth of her son, Venice Sire, and D'Amato kicks it off with the perfect opening line, "Everyone out of my vagina, OK?"
Like any good reality star, the model then introduces viewers to the entire cast of characters, including "the cutest OB/GYN ever" and an impeccable "team of medical professionals." The push eventually becomes a group project as different people hold her legs:
Baby Venice will be psyched that his coming out party get over 29,000 views, and that he has his concrete
Things got a little bit graphic as the labor got laborious, but you never see any of the "juices" as D'Amato says, keeping this surreal experience Safe For Work.
It was impressively fast with very little screaming—had I not known she was giving birth I would have assumed she was just getting a bikini wax.
The camera keeps rolling for post-birth banter, as the doctor and D'Amato talk "real vaginas."
Are live birth videos the new pimple popping videos?