Everyone is naturally beautiful from birth. Sadly, not everyone has the ability to recognize it within themselves. A nose job can significantly alter one’s physical appearance when one doesn’t feel as attractive as one would like. This is why famous people frequently get rhinoplasty surgery in an effort to live up to the strict beauty standards of the contemporary world.
90% of celebrities undergo this procedure for purely cosmetic reasons, even though it can be used to treat serious nose-related problems like congenital defects or respiratory issues.
Even though the surgery doesn’t always go exactly as expected, the majority of the time, the outcomes are quite good. You’ll be shocked by some of these changes, for sure.
This stunning ginger is well-known to fans of Quentin Tarantino’s films thanks to the seminal film Pulp Fiction. Even New Year’s Eve in Times Square was co-hosted by the stand-up comedian and Anderson Cooper. Griffin was a comic prodigy on stage, but it seemed to her that there was something standing in the way of her acting career.
Aside from her distinctive hair color and loud voice, Kathy is known for being fresh and original. However, she felt that her nose was an unflattering feature, so she made the decision to have a rhinoplasty. Other issues were also addressed during the procedure, and Griffin’s appearance has changed significantly as a result.
When describing this artist-turned-businesswoman, her family refers to her as “Little Miss Everything,” which is actually quite an understatement. The proud proprietor of the clothing store Envy is Melissa Gorga. She is a renowned member of the Real Housewives of New Jersey and a singer as well. She is a proud mother of three and has written a book titled Love Italian Style: The Secrets of My Hot and Happy Marriage that contains her success formula.
She kept her rhinoplasty a secret from the public for five years despite being in the spotlight. She had to be upfront about the surgery after her co-star Jacqueline Laurita revealed the truth. We can all agree that Laurita didn’t need to reveal information about something that, in all honesty, had nothing to do with her. Celebrities, on the other hand, are well known for doing anything for ratings. In any case, the secret is known.
The Glee star transformed quickly from a cruel cheerleader to the stereotypical badass blonde bombshell. Dianna Agron still struggles to persuade Hollywood that she is capable of being much more than just your average girl next door, even years after Glee came to an end. Perhaps this explains why, despite appearing in more than 15 films over the past ten years, she hasn’t been able to land a leading role.
Regardless, she has a true natural beauty. Not at all natural. If you look closely, you’ll notice Agron has had a nose job. However, unlike other famous people, the former Glee star had to undergo this procedure because her nose was broken after several accidents. Her choice for reconstructing it was rhinoplasty.
In particular, The Hills, which followed young, affluent couples living in LA, including Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, ate up MTV’s ratings in the early 2000s. The participants in this show were among the first to show America that it is possible to earn millions per day solely from exposure on television. That is, until Jersey Shore came along, at which point Heidi and her boo quickly faded away.
Heidi underwent several operations during those years, including a breast reduction, chin work, rhinoplasty, and cheek work. She had undergone so many procedures that she no longer resembled herself at all. Heidi later acknowledged that having surgery was a mistake. She is now left with nothing but a fresh appearance and decreasing media exposure.
She was most likely best known for her role as the kind babysitter on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. Her most well-known performance to date, though, has to be in the hugely successful film High School Musical. Tisdale never really seemed to be able to escape the Disney spotlight despite being cast in a number of films. She made the decision to focus on a singing career, occasionally working with Vanessa Hudgens.
Ashley underwent rhinoplasty surgery to help her get this new stage of her career off to a faster start. She still maintains that it was for medical reasons. She insisted that one side of her nose was having trouble breathing. The intervention helped her breathe better, and she also got rid of a small lump that was just above her nose. Her solo career only advanced after that point.
This grungy blonde beauty has experienced plenty of heartache, including the death of her husband Kurt Cobain, a pioneer of grunge music and the lead singer of Nirvana. She has also battled drug addiction her entire life. Her addiction issues were so severe that the media demonized her for allegedly abusing drugs when she became pregnant with her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain.
But Love also thought that getting a nose job would help her advance in the field. She had a rhinoplasty because her nose was quite prominent in the 1980s, and it seemed that her strategy worked because she made enough money from her music and her status as Kurt Cobain’s widow.
Here’s one to transport you to Nickelodeon’s heyday. Who can forget that one-woman show with the extraordinarily talented Amanda Bynes? The shady artist Bynes is today wasn’t always that way. Her future seemed very promising for a smart girl who could switch between various characters in the early 2000s.
Unfortunately, after the young actress’s role in Easy A, things quickly got worse. She believed that getting a nose job would deter people from her otherwise chaotic lifestyle for some reason. Not only does she not look as good as she once did, but photos from before the procedure are still being shared on social media. Yikes.
Ashlee already had a lot going for her. It appeared that the road to fame wouldn’t be as difficult for her because her family was already active in the entertainment industry. But one day, during her Saturday Night Live debut, an already-performed song accidently came on the speaker system, revealing an embarrassing playback that she could hardly get over.
Even with her bad reputation, Simpson used to have a rather “beak”-shaped nose, so what better solution than to touch it up a little? Her family claimed that the change from a very large beak to a very small nose “cured” her breathing problems. Furthermore, it’s safe to say that Ashlee’s change was positive, at least medically, in contrast to other celebrities.
Howard Stern can be described in many different ways, but some of them include outrageous, irreverent, creative, and visionary. The mid-1990s, when he released Private Parts, an autobiographical film about his career as a radio host, were undoubtedly his golden years. When Stern started his own station, he obstructed unbiased reporting to a whole new level, revolutionizing radio journalism.
When he made the decision to undergo rhinoplasty surgery, it was probably one of the most ironic decisions of his career. Because no one noticed Stern’s nose for months after the procedure, he never received any inquiries about it or startled looks. Ironically, the radio host didn’t tell his family about the intervention for fear of being viewed as too “gay.”
Keira Knightley, a British actress who has appeared in a number of movies, is best known for her portrayal of Elizabeth Bennet in the Pride and Prejudice remake, which she co-starred in with Matthew McFaden. This talented actress exudes charisma in every film, including Pirates of the Caribbean, where she plays Orlando Bloom’s love interest.
Keira has not confirmed whether she has ever had a rhinoplasty, despite acknowledging she would like to have her breasts augmented. By contrasting images of her from when she first started acting with those from now, the media asserts the opposite. But unless proven otherwise, the differences in her nose are essentially nonexistent.
This myth is well-known to millennials as the dreaded Russian antagonist from Marvel’s Iron Man. But Mickey Rourke’s career can be dated back to the 1960s, when he first began his professional boxing training. Unfortunately, doctors advised him to avoid the ropes for a while after he sustained several concussions. Rourke made the decision to pursue an acting career in the 1980s.
He is one of the few cases in Hollywood, though, who underwent a rhinoplasty for motives very different from those of the typical artist. Rourke had taken numerous blows to the nose directly during his boxing career, which is typical for the sport, and needed rhinoplasty to repair his severely damaged nose. Only his appearance was enhanced by the procedure’s success.
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One character on the popular Friends television program from the 1990s that most girls longed to play was Rachel. After playing the iconic role for 10 years, the beautiful Aniston assured herself a name in Hollywood. She was naturally attractive, slim, witty, sassy, and had a girl-next-door vibe. Due to the success of the show, she was cast in several comedic movies.
But recently, she made the decision to have surgery in order to beat the clock. Of course, she had already undergone surgery the year before she was cast in Friends on Friends in 1993. However, that rhinoplasty was necessary because she had a deviated septum, which made it difficult for her to breathe at night.
Blake Lively, arguably one of Hollywood’s most attractive and approachable stars, is best known for her part in the popular TV show Gossip Girl. She recently appeared in the drama Adeline as well. Not even becoming a mother could alter this woman’s beauty.
But one of her best-kept secrets is that she’s had surgery on her nose. Being the stunning natural beauty that she is, Blake doesn’t discuss this, but a close examination of her photos from before she became well-known and from the present reveals that she has put in some work. It’s okay to acknowledge your imperfections, girl.
Apparently, black doesn’t crack. But with the Jackson family, it doesn’t seem to be the case. Even though she has admittedly not achieved anywhere near Michael Jackson’s level of success, Janet Jackson continues in the footsteps of her late brother, the late king of Pop. But now that she is a content mother at an unusual point in her life, Janet is engaged in a ferocious race against time to erase every trace.
Though you’d think Janet had picked up a few lessons from her late brother’s experience, she was determined to stay young and get rid of the Jackson family defining nose. She has had numerous operations, almost to the point of being unrecognizable. We’re surprised that, underneath it all, Jackson’s career is still going strong despite a recent facelift.
Given that this actress’s father is none other than Aaron Spelling, creator of the successful television series 90210, one might say she had it easy. Since Spelling wasn’t as attractive as the rest of the cast, many people believe that this is why she landed the lead role in such a popular show. Apart from the fact that she went by the moniker “but-her-face,” Tori was well prepared to succeed.
Despite her father’s reputation and her own television career, neither of these nor the nearly 30 plastic surgeries she has undergone have enhanced her appearance. Yes, 30. And no, she only acknowledges getting a rhinoplasty. Rest of story is pure rumor. Extremely clear, plain as plastic rumors.