The Emmy’s concentrated mainly on Made Men and Modern Family, both casts having had their share of plastic surgery in the past.
Modern Family actress Julie Bowen likely has gotten breast implants (See Make Me Heal’s story on Julie Bowen’s breast augmentation) because after breast augmentation, she seems to fill out red-carpet gowns a little more readily. Julie may also use Botox to smooth out some forehead creases as well. Makemeheal.com congratulates Julie on her Emmy win for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Julie’s fellow nominees include veteran television actress Betty White (See Make Me Heal’s story on Betty White’s plastic surgery) and co-star Sophia Vergara (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sofia Vergara’s plastic surgery opinion) as well as Kritin Wiig, who is suspected of getting a nose job (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kristen Wiig’s rhinoplasty) among others. Betty revealed a blepharoplasty in the past, saying, “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature! But in 1976 I had my eyelids done. I scolded myself forever, but now I’m glad I did it.”
’60s era drama Mad Men was the other big winner of the night, winning Outstanding Drama series for its fourth consecutive year. Mad Men actress Christia Hendricks showed off her plus-sized figure and famous cleavage, which is the product of breast implants, although Christina has yet to admit to having larger breasts only after breast augmentation (See Make Me Heal’s story on Christina Hendricks’ breast augmentation).
Between filming new seasons and the awards show, most of the plastic surgery must have been done in the past, as there wouldn’t be time for plastic surgery recovery from anything more than a Botox injection or dermal filler.
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