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Celebrity plastic surgeries




It's not enough to dress like celebrities. In our media-saturated culture, we want to steal their body parts. An ABC News report revealed the most coveted celebrity assets:

Nicole Kidman's nose (that she twitched in "Bewitched")
Cate Blanchett's jaw
Heather Graham's eyes
Halle Berry's cheeks
Denise Richards' lips (sorry Charlie, er, Angelina)
Britney Spears' body
Edward Burns' nose
Johnny Depp's jawline
Will Smith's body


While a celebrity surgeon says having cosmetic surgery to achieve Nicole Kidman's nose is realistic, the report also cautions that the celebrities themselves weren't born with those body parts. In other words, you may not know what they started with. You can check the before and after celebrity plastic surgery photos on the Internet, since celebrities don't talk about their cosmetic plastic surgery: "No really, I owe this all to Kabbalah." (Sorry, Madonna, we don't think so.) You don't want Nicole Kidman's nose to be so glaringly obvious on your face that you start twitching it uncomfortably.

Equally important, you don't want people saying, "Did your plastic surgeon give you Nicole Kidman's nose?" Although people may have those did-you-or-didn't-you suspicions, you don't want plastic surgery to be too obvious. Let them think that it really is the yoga or Kabbalah as well as the Desperate Housewives makeup.

2 comments:

  1. Before thinking of having a plastic surgery, one must seek a surgeon of high reputation. We should remember that there's no coming back once you've had one. And one must have a face-to-face conversation with the surgeon before the operation, in order to feel at ease with the procedures. It is best to fully give in your whole heart for a change in your life.

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  2. Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living being. In humans, it is the general condition of a person's mind, body and spirit, usually meaning to be free from illness, injury or pain (as in “good health” or “healthy”).

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