Forget Kim Kardashian’s butt: This year, it’s all about Pippa Middleton’s rear. “The latest craze here in the US and all over the world is to get the Pippa Butt Lift,” a Miami plastic surgeon tells the Telegraph, declaring Pippa the “new queen of booty.” The craze started, of course, after the royal wedding when Pippa’s butt gained its own following. The surgeon explains that while the derrieres of Kardashian and others like Jennifer Lopez have also become famous, they are “a bit too big” for many women. Pippa’s behind, on the other hand, is just right. Read more… Keep reading »
“It has only been a few days since my surgery and I’m in a ton of pain but the excitement of seeing my new nose soon is keeping me in good spirits … I want my surgery to be looked at as positive reflection of how I feel. If it makes you feel better about yourself, then DO IT.”
—Vienna Girardi talks about getting rhinoplasty on Twitter. Apparently, she let “Entertainment Tonight” film the entire surgery because, you know, she isn’t media hungry. Also, guess which plastic surgeon performed this work? Dr. Franklin Rose, the father of Erica Rose, Vienna’s good friend and a fellow former “Bachelor” contestant. Because if you can’t trust your friend’s plastic surgeon father to chip away at your beak, who can you trust?
After the jump, what Vienna’s boyfriend, “Bachelorette” guarder and protector of hearts Kasey Kahl, thought of his lady getting plastic surgery. Keep reading »
“My feeling is live and let live. But some of those procedures that make you look younger — I don’t know that they really made anybody look younger. I think most of the time they made you look like you’ve had something done to your face. Even with the laser stuff, the skin becomes so shiny. It’s like nothing sticks to it. It’s just shiny, shiny skin, and it doesn’t have a normal patina, so you’re like, ‘What’s the matter with them?’ Look, it’s hard to age. Let people do what they want to do, but I do think that a new normal sometimes starts to exist where the cosmetic surgery itself starts to look normal, and we lose track of what a real face is like.”
I can sleep easy at night knowing some plastic surgeon’s scalpel will never fiddle with the great beauty that is Julianne Moore. You tell ‘em, Julianne! [Health] Keep reading »
Breast implants are safe … kind of …. according to a new report by the Food and Drug Administration that declares silicone boob jobs have an expiration date of five to 10 years. “Breast implants are not lifetime devices,” the report says. “The longer a woman has silicone gel-filled breast implants, the more likely she is to experience complications.” The biggest complications — ick, ick, ick! — are tissue hardening around the implant or the implant rupturing and leaking into a woman’s body. Statistics about how often fake titties are removed are surprising: The FDA also noted that 1 in 5 women who get breast implants (regardless of whether its for cosmetic reasons or reconstruction surgery) will need another operation in 10 years. When a woman gets implants for cosmetic reasons — which the American Society of Plastic Surgeon acknowledges is the primary reason women get boob jobs — there’s a 1-in-5 chance they’ll need to be removed within 10 years. And when her implants are part of a reconstruction, such as after a mastectomy, there’s a 1-in-2 chance the implants will need to be removed within five years. In other words, instead of looking at a boob job as something to keep your girls perky until you die, think of plastic surgery as a temporary investment. Or just a risk. [AFP] Keep reading »
Kathy Griffin is up the Palin’s collective butt again: in this clip from her Bravo comedy special “Gurrl Down,” which airs Thursday night, she has something to say about Bristol Palin‘s “corrective jaw surgery” and alleged nose/eye job. Personally, I think Kathy goes too far saying Bristol’s new chin makes her look like Jay Leno. That’s just mean-ass snarking, especially since Bristol’s new face actually looks pretty. But she got really funny when she read aloud from Bristol’s statement about how her new face was 100 percent medically necessary:
“That’s true because when I had my first face lift it was because I was fighting scurvy. And when I had my eye job it was because I had rickets.”
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“Casting is so awkward. I’m too shy to meet [actresses]. I have the women come in and I don’t let them sit down. I make up some questions, but I couldn’t care less about chatting. I only see them to make sure that they haven’t gained 200 pounds or had five face jobs. I want to see that the woman I saw on the DVD is still intact.”
—Woody Allen talks to W magazine about his new flick, “Midnight in Paris,” which is screening at the Cannes Film Festival. Wow, he does such a bad job of making himself likable. Really, he meets with actresses just to make sure they’re still hot? Guess he liked what he saw with Rachel McAdams. [PopWrap] Keep reading »
Ah, boobs. On a good day they look gorgeous, make us feel womanly and sexy, and perhaps even feed a baby. But on a bad day, they’re sensitive to the touch, totally difficult to keep under wraps, and amongst the more well-endowed ladies, give us an aching back. I have average-sized boobs myself, but I’ve heard many a big-breasted lady say again and again that her boobs are killing her. Plenty of women even undergo breast reduction surgery.
With that in mind, here’s something I’ll never understood: the small group of women with with cup sizes in the middle reaches of the alphabet, who vie for the title of “world’s largest breasts.” Keep reading »
“It’s not plastic surgery. I had corrective jaw surgery [in December 2010]. Yes. It improved the way I look, but this surgery was necessary for medical reasons … so my jaw and teeth could properly realign … I don’t obsess over my face. … I am absolutely thrilled with the results. I look older, more mature, and don’t have as much of a chubby little baby face!”
— Bristol Palin explains her new face to Us Weekly, to which we say: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA medical reasons! [Us Weekly] Keep reading »