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12 Celebrities With Plastic Surgery Who Admitted Going Under The Needle

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Plastic surgery is one of the last big taboos in Hollywood. Stars have been going under the needle and the knife for years, whether it’s just a little bit of Botox or a more serious treatment like breast implants or a facelift. But things are changing, and a few brave celebrities are talking about their plastic surgery and cosmetic injectables experiences, both good and bad.

Bella Hadid

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Hadid said in her 2022 Vogue cover story that she wishes she hadn’t had a nose job when she was 14. “I wish I had kept the noses of my ancestors,” she said. “I think that I would have grown into it.”

She also said that the surgery was the only thing she had ever done. “People think I totally messed up my face because there’s a picture of me when I was a teenager and my cheeks were big. I’m pretty sure you don’t look like you did when you were 13. I have never used filler. Let’s just stop doing that. I have nothing against it, but I don’t want to do it.” She said that her lifted look is just an illusion: “Anyone who thinks I’ve had my eyes lifted or whatever it’s called, it’s face tape! This is the oldest trick in the book.”

Kim Kardashian

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“A little bit of Botox,” Kardashian told Allure in her 2022 cover story about what she had done to her face. “But I’ve calmed down,” she said.

The star said she has never even had her eyelashes lengthened. “I haven’t done anything yet. I’m wearing a little bit of mascara today. I’ve never filled my cheeks. I’ve never filled my lips.”

Amy Schumer 

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Schumer told the public in 2022 that she had liposuction after her son was born. She wrote in an Instagram post, “I feel good. Finally. It’s been a long road, and I appreciate your help in getting my health back. “@seckinmd (endo) @jordanternermd (lipo),” she wrote in the captions of a few pictures of herself at the beach in a one-piece swimsuit, adding that she now weighed 170 pounds. “Never thought I’d do anything but talk to myself after your uterus doesn’t contract for 2.5 years and you turn 40.”

Several months later, she posted a picture of herself in a corset with the words “C section. Hysterectomy. Lipo. This summer, the goal is to let love in. Trying to keep myself and my family healthy and strong. I also want to be hot. At my best. Let’s go. Who agrees?”

Chrissy Teigen

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Teigen told Refinery29 in May 2017 that having an armpit sucked out was one of the best things that had ever happened to her. “I don’t care that it’s a big secret. It was about nine years ago. And my chest was two inches away. But now it’s back, so I have to pay again for liposuction. It was very simple. I felt better and more sure of myself when I wore dresses. It was the dumbest thing I’ve ever done. The most stupid, but I like it anyway. I have no regrets, honestly.”

In an Instagram post in 2019, Teigen also said that she would be taking out her breast implants. “They’ve been nice to me for a long time, but I’m just done with them. I’d like to be able to zip up a dress that’s my size and lay on my stomach without any pain. “No big deal!” she said. “Don’t worry about me,” he said. All good. I’ll still have breasts, but they will be all fat. Which is all that a tit is to begin with. A stupid miracle of fat.”

In 2021, Teigen told people that she had fat taken out of her cheeks. “I did that Dr. Diamond buccal fat removal thing here,” she wrote on Instagram, referring to her cheek. “And since I stopped drinking, I’m really starting to see the effects, which I like. I did it, so what?” In the text, Teigen wrote, “No shame in my Dr. Diamond game.”

Khloe Kardashian

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“For me, everyone says, ‘Oh my gosh, she’s had her third face transplant,’ but I’ve only had one nose job,” Kardashian said during the KUWTK series end gathering. “Everyone gets so mad and asks me why I don’t talk about it. No one’s ever asked me.” The star also said on her talk show, Kocktails With Khloe, that she had face fillers taken out. She said, “My face was so messed up that I had to go get this whole thing taken off.” “It was a disappointment, and I’m scared to do it again. And I almost feel like I can still feel things on my face.”

The Singer Dolly Parton

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Parton told CBS Sunday Morning in 2019: “It’s true that I look fake, but I think I’m completely real.” “My style is really what a country girl would think of as glam. I wasn’t born pretty, so I try to make the most of what I have. The queen of country music has said that she has had breast implants, a facelift, and eyelid surgery.

Vanessa Williams

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Williams has been very open about her cosmetic changes for a long time. She regularly gets Botox and has had multiple Ultherapy sessions. “The first time I did it, it hurt like hell, and I swore I would never do it again,” she told New Beauty in 2018. “But three months later, my makeup artist asked what I did and said my face was really tight and looked great.”

Yolanda Hadid

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“Fifty-five and smiling from the inside out…finally back to the original 1964,” Yolanda Hadid said in an Instagram comment. She wrote, “Living in a body without breast implants, fillers, Botox, extensions, and all the other crap I thought I needed to look like what society told me a sexy woman should look like until the toxicity of it all almost killed me.” Hadid has said in the past that she stopped getting Botox and facial fillers after she was diagnosed with Lyme disease years ago.

Kylie Jenner

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“I don’t think beauty surgery is bad. “I’ve only been under [anesthesia] once before when I went to the dentist, and I didn’t react well; it really scared me,” the makeup mogul wrote on her own app back in 2016. “I threw up, and the next day I felt SO sick. But I only have lip fillers for now…But I’m also the kind of person who never says “never.” If I feel really unhappy with something on my body in the future, I’m not against changing it.”

Courtney Cox

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“I’ve had all my fills removed. I’m as real as it gets. In June 2017, Cox told New Beauty, “I feel better because I look like myself.” “I think I look more like the person I am now than I did before. I hope I do. Things will be different. It’s all going to fall. I tried to keep it from falling, but that made me look like a fake. Especially if you have thin skin like I do, your face needs to move. Those are smile lines, not wrinkles. I’ve had to learn to like movement and realize that fillers are not my friend.”

Patricia Heaton

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In 2003, the actress from The Middle got a tummy tuck and a breast reduction. “If you can, it’s better to be honest. “Hollywood is not always what it seems to be,” Heaton told People at the time. “I had four C-sections, and my stomach looked like a map of the world. When I breastfed those kids, my breasts hung down to her, and my nips were like plates. I wanted to be able to wear the dresses I finally got to.”

Robin Wright 

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Robin Wright doesn’t hide the fact that she likes Botox. She told the Telegraph in 2014, “Everyone fucks does it.” “I guess I can’t say ‘everybody’ because I don’t know for sure, but come on. It’s only a little bit of Botox twice a year. Most women take 10 units, but that freezes the face and makes it hard to move. This is only one unit, and it’s only used here and there to soften the blow… Maybe it wouldn’t be a good idea to put that in a magazine? But I have nothing to hide.”

Wrap Up

In the past few years, more and more famous people have come out and said they’ve had plastic surgery. Their honest confessions have shown how common cosmetic surgery is in the film business. Some celebrities have been happy with their choice, saying that it helps them feel better about themselves and keep up their public image. Others, on the other hand, have expressed sorrow or warned against the pressures of fitting in with society’s beauty standards. In the end, these confessions show how complicated the relationship is between fame, ideas of beauty, and personal choice. It is important to recognize that these figures have free will and to question the social rules that make people want to change their looks.

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