Celebrities who have admitted to having plastic surgery

More than anyone else, famous people are under pressure to look good and that’s why it’s no surprise that so many of them turn to plastic surgery. And while most of them are trying to hide the fact that they have had some work done, there are certain celebs who admit to going under the knife. Check them out.

Tara Reid







After American Pie, Tara Reid underwent two surgeries that didn’t end up as planned. In 2004, she wanted breast augmentation and asked a doctor for “big Bs” but got Cs and then noticed her nipples were deformed. She also had body contouring on her stomach, which turned into a “ripply, bulgy thing,” as she said.

Amanda Bynes







Last year, Bynes took to Twitter to reveal:  “Intouch used a photo from years ago on their cover and I hate it! The reason I’ve asked all magazines and blogs to stop using old photos of me is I don’t look like that anymore! I had a nose job to remove skin that was like a webbing in between my eyes. I wasn’t going to tell anyone, but I look so much prettier in my new photos that I don’t want old photos used anymore! I’m so sick of magazines and blogs using old photos! When will they stop? I will never look like that again! Having surgery was the most amazing thing for my confidence!”

Denise Richards







Denise Richards got her first boob job when she was 19, but the doctor made them bigger than she’d wanted. Twenty years and a series of corrective surgeries later, she’s finally happy with her chest size. She said: “This is the size I wanted them to look at 19! There’s a long investment with breast implants. They’re not going to last a lifetime and things can go wrong.”








“I’ve had my breasts done. But my breast operations were a nightmare. They were really botched in every way. If anything, they were worse after than before,” the singer told People in 1992.

Jamie Lee Curtis







“I’ve had a little plastic surgery. I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little Botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it,” Curtis revealed to More magazine in 2002.  “Ten years ago, before anybody did that, I had fat taken from underneath my eyes because I was on a movie and I was puffy. And I remember the cameraman saying, ‘I can’t shoot her now.’ I remember being mortified. And yet, you know what? Nobody tells you if you take fat from your body in one place, it comes back in another place,” she added.

Jennifer Aniston







Jennifer admits to having a nose job (which is too obvious to be denied), but she claims it was primarily due to health issues.  The actress had her nose fixed up in 2007 and said at the time: “I had [a deviated septum] fixed. Best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years.”

Heidi Montag







According to People, the Hills star followed up her 2007 nose job and breast augmentation with a 10-hour series of procedures in 2010 that included a mini brow lift, nose-job revision, chin reduction, neck liposuction, buttock augmentation, among others. “For the past three years I’ve thought about what to have done,” she told People . “I am absolutely beyond obsessed. I was made fun of when I was younger, and so I had insecurities, especially after I moved to L.A. People said I had a ‘Jay Leno chin’; they’d circle it on blogs and say nasty things. It bothered me. And when I watched myself on The Hills, my ears would be sticking out like Dumbo! I just wanted to feel more confident and look in the mirror and be like, ‘Whoa! That’s me!’ I was an ugly duckling before.”

Cameron Diaz







Just like Jennifer Aniston, Cameron has had her nose done strictly for medical reasons. “I only have one nostril that works at any point. They’re just going to go in and fix the bones. The septum’s kind of like a derailed train. It’s not cosmetic, it’s purely medical,” she said.

Joan Rivers







In a 2010 interview with Entertainment Weekly, Rivers said: “Babies respond to pretty faces. So stop telling everyone it’s okay not to be pretty! If you can fix it, fix it! If it makes you happier. I love to look in the mirror and say, ‘For 77, you look good.’ That’s all. I don’t care what anyone says. Not bad for 77.”

In a 2012 interview with Anderson Cooper, the Fashion Police host joked, “Every weekend I just go in and I do something new. I get a tenth one free. It’s a little like coffee, you just keep going.”

Ashley Tisdale

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The High School Musical star opened up about her nose job to People in 2008, and the inevitable tabloid criticism that followed, telling the magazine that “people were saying I was ‘unveiling my look,’ but I was still recovering! That’s not what I look like right now.” She added, “I think I still look like me.”




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