Celebrity Plastic Surgery: Who's Done It and Who's Au Natural?

Celebrity Plastic Surgery: Who's Done It and Who's Au Natural?


Do you want bigger breasts? A smaller nose? better ... eyelids? You can do all of that with plastic surgery.

There's no industry that represents the possibilities that come with going under the knife better than Hollywood. Celebrity plastic surgery has been a topic of discussion for a long time - so now we're giving our two cents.

Learn who has and who hasn't gotten work done below.

The Who's Who of The Operating Room

Have you ever looked at a red carpet and thought "those people are too beautiful to be real"? You may be right - here's a small list of people who've had work done.

Cardi B

When it comes to people that got breast augmentations, there's really no one as proud as the rapper/entertainer. She worked as a stripper in her early career, which is why (and how) she bought her breasts.

She's written about her admiration for the purchase in her songs and on Instagram. On the song "Get Up 10" she says, she's real - "only thing fake is the boobs".

Unfortunately for her favorite purchase, pregnancy did a number on her body. She was quoted in a post-baby interview saying that her baby Karma "did her dirty" in regards to her body.

Hey - celebs, their babies change their bodies - they're just like us!

Lisa Kudrow

Probably the next most popular Hollywood (and general) plastic surgery after boobs is noses. Lisa Kudrow, who's famous for playing Pheobe on the hit 90's show friends, had one in her younger years.

For her, it was a matter of confidence. She said her nose always made her feel hideous, and she didn't feel that way afterward. She didn't use the money from her fame to get the procedure, either.

She did it before she switched high schools. New school, new nose, new Lisa! Who knows - maybe she wouldn't have been cast in the hit show pre-nose job.

We're happy her plastic surgeon granted us the comedic gem that is Princess Consuela Banana Hammock.

Ariel Winter

You know this actress as Claire and Phils' smart middle child on the show Modern Family. While she plays a pre-teen/teen on the show, she's always felt that her breasts age her.

And fairly so - at the age of 17 the actress was an F cup, which was wreaking havoc on her back. It also made it hard to find clothes that fit and was a task for the costume department - what on-screen 14 years old has that big of breasts?

She got a reduction, which isn't the norm in Hollywood when it comes to breasts. She went from an F cup to a D cup and said she felt like a new person.

In fact, the direct quote was "You feel like this is how I was supposed to be". More power (and chest) to her.

Betty White

Do you know the saying that something is as old as sliced bread? Well, Betty White is actually older than sliced bread - by just a few years. When her parents brought home baby Betty, you still bought the loaf whole and sliced it yourself.

Anyways - Betty is generally against plastic surgery, at least on herself. She did admit to having one procedure done, a minor one, in the mid-'70s.

It was an eyelid lift, and she said she regretted it for years. But now that she's older, she's happy she did it.


If anyone is the definition of fabulous without prescribing to the classic Hollywood definition of it - it's Ru. He's not against plastic surgery, though he's never had any procedures where he had to be "cut" as he said.

But that doesn't mean he's a stranger to cosmetic procedures. The drag-superstar, artist, and network owner has had Botox and fillers.

Those along with some laser skin resurfacing work, like electrolysis (usually used for laser hair removal).

He does want a facelift, he says, but he's too busy to put up with the recovery time. We guess that's just the price of being an international star.

Dolly Parton

If you take one look at the tiny country singer's frame, you have to know that her breasts aren't from what her mama gave her. She's had many breast surgeries over the years and plans to have more, to lift and tighten them, as needed.

She's not ashamed of having work done - she is often seen with heavy cleavage and sparkles/glitter around her bosom.

As a suprising cross-cultural icon, it doesn't seem like anyone is questioning her choices. I guess that's what you get when you make fantastic music and have your own theme park!

Sharon Osbourne

Hang in there with us, this is a long one. The wife of rock star Ozzy has had a lot done. And she's ashamed of none of it. She reportedly said on the show "The Talk" that she's on "Face three, and counting".

But her face isn't the only thing the rocker's had done. She's also talked about her bodily procedures - she's had her tummy tucked, lip, a leg lift, breast lift - pretty much any kind of lift they do, she's gotten.

Botox and Fillers

Almost every star out there admits to having Botox once or twice a year. They spread it out and use small doses so that their faces don't get that "frozen" look.

It's pretty much as normal as going to the grocery store in Hollywood - or we guess, having someone get your groceries for you.

That extends to lip fillers as well. Want to get a little poke and prod of your own? This website can help Aussies who want a little lift.

Celebrity Plastic Surgery

If you want something done and you have the money - go and do it. All the celebs above would tell you that if you're sure and you trust the surgeon, it's the right thing to do.

But they'll also tell you, even when it comes to celebrity plastic surgery quality levels, a new nose won't change your life. Change still comes mostly from the inside.

Not into plastic surgery and want to change your body the old fashioned way? By working out and eating right? Here is our workout playlist!

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8 Things To Know About The 911 Dispatcher In Your Life

In honor of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week


For the first 18 years of my life, all I knew about 911 dispatchers was that they were the voice that came after the tone, from inside the pager on my dad's hip. The voice telling him where to go and for what. I had no idea after I turned 19 that I would soon become one of those voices. National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week this year is the week of April 14th-20th. I felt it appropriate to write my article this week focused on that, considering it is such a huge part of my life. For the rest of the world, it is just another week. For us, this is the one week out of the whole year that the focus is on the dispatcher, the one week where we don't feel so self-absorbed about saying what we do is nothing short of heroic. Here are some important things to know about the 911 dispatcher in your life.

1. We worry about you constantly

My biggest fear in this job is picking up the phone and hearing my loved one on the other end. No matter what the circumstance. The map zooms to the area of the county where my family and I reside, and my heart always sinks. I get a giant pit in my stomach because the very real reality is it may be someone I know and love. Don't be annoyed when we call you twice in one day or overly remind you to be safe. We are just always worried about our loved ones.

2. Our attention spans can be short

We are trained to get the pertinent information and details all within a matter of seconds. I can't speak for everyone on this, but I struggle a lot with paying attention when someone is talking to me, please forgive me if it feels as though I've stopped listening after a few minutes. I probably have. I've noticed that I listen very intently to the first couple minutes of a conversation and then my mind trails off. Nothing personal, just habit.

3. We have great hearing and listening skills

Most of us anyways. We can hear the person on the phone, the officer on one radio channel and the firefighter on the other, all at once. I have found that this skill comes in handy when trying to eavesdrop, also not as handy when you go out to dinner and can hear all five conversations going on around you. I have yet to master shutting that off when I am not at work.

4. We are hilarious

It could be a combination of using humor to deal with bad situations and spending twelve hours at a time in a little room together. But I think it’s that we are just freaking hilarious, nothing else to it. If you go the whole 12 hours without laughing, you're doing something wrong.

5. We have a very complicated love-hate relationship with our jobs

I love what I do, and I truly believe I was meant to put on that headset. Everything happens for a reason and my education plans out of high school didn't work out because I was supposed to be here doing this instead. I love what I do. I hate it sometimes too though. I remember specifically once taking a phone call about an hour before my shift was done. As soon as I got into my vehicle to go home, I bawled my eyes out and swore to myself that I was never stepping back into a comm center again. I hated my job with a burning passion that day. My next scheduled shift, I went back to work because I love it too. See, it doesn't even make sense it's just complicated.

6. We are tired

Believe it or not, this career can be incredibly exhausting. Someone once told me "You just sit at a desk for twelve hours, that can't be that hard." Physically that's right, we just sit there. Mentally and emotionally the first phone call of the shift can drain you and then you still have a little over 11 hours to go. I won't go into details on that but trust us when we say it was a bad call. We are tired. Some of my days off I just sleep all day not because I'm physically exhausted but because my mind needs that much time to recharge.

7. We are crazy

I really have nothing more to say other than no sane person would be a 911 dispatcher. We are all a little 10-96 in the best way possible.

8. We love harder than most

We love strangers we have never met, we love our officers that piss us off daily over the radio, and we love our co-workers that drive us nuts sometimes. It takes someone incredibly strong to save a life through the phone and someone even stronger to go back after they didn't. With that strength comes a weakness of vulnerability, we know our hearts will break more often than others, and we still continue to put on that headset to help others. The people with the biggest hearts work in a dispatch center. If you are lucky enough to be loved by one don't take them for granted.

The list could go on and on. Dispatchers possess so many skills and qualities that most people will never acquire in their lifetime. People think 911 and picture the police officer, the firefighter, the paramedic often completely forgetting the 911 dispatcher. For us, that's okay because other than this one week out of the year, we don't expect praise or thank you. When it comes down to it, we love what we do and we would do it no matter what.

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