Anderson Cooper was so mortified by his guest, Sarah Burge known as the Human Barbie, that he called her dreadful and asked her to leave his show, Anderson Cooper 360, on Tuesday.

Burge, a 51-year-old British woman, made headlines earlier this year for gifting her seven-year-old daughter vouchers for a boob job and liposuction, prompting Cooper to invite her as a guest on his show.

The interview was cut short after the conversation moved to discuss her 15-year-old daughter's sweating issue as it pertains to being on stage, when Burge said she would help her daughter obtain Botox illegally through a voodoo witchdoctor in order to curb sweating.

Not on the stage. You wouldn't see Beyonce sweating on the stage, Burge said. That's what my daughter said. She didn't want to sweat on stage.

Cooper couldn't handle the conversation, and after a long pause, he broke the news to Burge: Leave now.

I honestly have nothing more to talk to you about, Cooper said, as the audience clapped. I gotta be honest. I gotta just stop.

I try to be really polite to all my guests, Cooper said to Burge. I think you're dreadful and I honestly don't want to talk to you anymore.

Burge left the stage repeatedly saying, That's fine.

An embarrassed Cooper later said he repents even inviting her to share her story.

I regret having her on in the first place and I regret that that's how things ended, Cooper said.

View the video of Sarah Burge on Anderson Cooper 360 below.

Sarah Burge, The Human Barbie

Sarah Burge gained notoriety back in January when she admitted to spending more than $65,000 on plastic surgery - for which she holds the record for most Botox operations - and gained the self-proclaimed title of the Human Barbie. She was thrusted further into the spotlight when her comments sparked outrage from many for her antics, from giving her seven-year-old daughter pole dancing lessons to hosting an exotic pamper party for her daughter Poppy's birthday. During the birthday party, her daughter Poppy and seven friends received makeovers, drank fake champagne and had a designer cake.

Poppy isn't interested in bouncy castles or pass the parcel, so I splashed out on something a little more grown-up, Poppy's mother said. The girls got lots of attention from our neighbors... They love having all eyes on them and were posing and pouting for photos.

Poppy also received an $11,000 liposuction as a Christmas gift and an $8,000 breast implant voucher for her sixth birthday, which Sarah Burge believes is investing in her future.

I put the voucher in her stocking - there's nothing wrong with that, Sarah Burge told The Closer. She asks for surgery all the time. She wants to look good and lipo is one of those procedures that will always come in handy. I see these vouchers as investing in her future - like saving money for her education.

However, the vouchers are not to be used until her daughter is of legal age.

Poppy begged me for a boob job, so I gave her the voucher so she can have it after she's 16, when it's legal, she told Closer. If she develops naturally big boobs, she can have something else done with it.

Most recently, Burge dished on her plans to hold children's parties in a Botox clinic to give young girls the wow factor through makeovers of spray tans and extensions for girls ages eight to 13 who arrive via limousine.

I think the demand in this country is huge for young people's makeover, Burge said. I'm not talking about just a little bit of nails, I'm talking about spray tanning to the nail art to the big hair, like the real beauty pageants.