14 Stars Who Regret Their Plastic Surgery
And they're not all female
By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff
Posted Jun 1, 2013 4:11 PM CDT
We all know Heidi Montag regrets her cosmetic surgery, but you don't have to get G-cup implants to wish you hadn't gone under the knife. Radar rounds up 13 more celebrities who regret the decision:   (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)

(Newser) – We all know Heidi Montag regrets her cosmetic surgery, but you don't have to get G-cup implants to wish you hadn't gone under the knife. Radar rounds up 13 more celebrities who regret the decision:

  • Carmen Electra got a boob job, becoming a DD, and later said she regretted it even though "it's nice that I don’t have to wear a push-up bra any more."
  • Courtney Love had a lip enhancement surgery, and eventually admitted on MySpace, "I just want the mouth God gave me back. It was perfectly cute, and I had nice big lips."
  • "I’ve had a little plastic surgery. I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little Botox," Jamie Lee Curtis has admitted. "And you know what? None of it works. None of it."

  • Kathy Griffin has had a nose job and liposuction, but has said that going under the knife almost killed her.
  • Kenny Rogers has had so much surgery, he once called himself "a bionic man." But, he says, "I wish I hadn’t done it. Looking back at some pictures of myself, my eyes were a lot warmer than they are now, and I miss that."
  • After her Botox injections, Kim Kardashian admitted the procedure "just wasn’t necessary for me at this age."
  • Pamela Anderson's breast implants made her famous, but she regretted the decision and removed them ... only to get new ones later.
Click for the complete list, including before and after photos.




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apocalypso
Jun 2, 2013 4:39 PM CDT
WOW, can't believe some of them actually PAID to look like that...
123Och32
Jun 2, 2013 8:31 AM CDT
Many needed the reconstruction because of destroying their bodies with use of the tobacco drug.
YetAnotherCollegeKid
Jun 2, 2013 12:52 AM CDT
I have never heard a single person say something positive about plastic surgery. Not one. Still, that field of medicine serves an important purpose: letting doctors perfect the procedures, so when somebody who has been deformed by an accident or disease needs reconstructive surgery, they have someone experienced and using well-tested techniques to perform it flawlessly.