With paparazzi lurking around every corner, celebrities do all they can to look good. They hire the best chefs, go to the best gym and wear designer clothes – but they also go under the knife. That’s right; a nip here and a tuck there is nothing for some stars, so let’s find out who has had what done.
|Craig Revel Horwood|
Craig Revel Horwood
Do you watch Strictly Come Dancing? If so you’re sure to know Craig Revel Horwood – one of the nastiest judges on the panel. He’s a dancer and choreographer in his own right but he’s recently admitted to having a male breast reduction to reduce his man boobs. The critical star told the Daily Mirror: “I couldn’t cha-cha-cha without them jigging in my face” and has apparently had his chest reduced from a C-cup to and A-cup.
Gordon Ramsey hit the headlines when he had the lines and wrinkles removed from his face. After making it big in the US, he reportedly took Simon Cowell’s advice and had fillers injected into his chin. This procedure can cost up to £400 a time and is used to get rid of deep grooves and lines in the skin. The foul-mouthed chef – well-known for programs such as the F Word and Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares – is also said to have had a facelift and a hair transplant – but do you think he looks better?
Sir Tom Jones
Singing sensation Tom Jones may be 72, but he still looks fine and dandy thanks to a wealth of plastic surgery. The Welsh star is rumoured to have had procedures on his nose, chin and eyes and is believed to have had his pearly whites capped. When it comes to getting more done, however, the star is a little more cautious after wise words from his surgeon. During an interview with the Daily Mirror he said medical professionals have “advised me against having anything else done" – so we’ll have to wait and see.
Barry Manilow is thought to be another regular on the plastic surgery circuit – although he has been a little less forthcoming about his operations over the years. He’s supposedly had a wealth of procedures including multiple facelifts, eyelid fillers and numerous rounds of Botox, but it’s hard to tell for sure if any of the rumours are true. Sure he looks rather good for his age – what with his smooth skin and all – but it might just be down to a good diet and plenty of sleep.
Ahem. Everything from facelifts to hair transplants and gynecomastia surgery is popular these days, but would you have anything done?