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  • Actor George Clooney is a notorious practical joker, even joking about plastic surgery. While he eventually confessed that he never actually had an eyelift, it seems that another cosmetic surgery procedure he joked about may now be a real thing.

    52-year old George Clooney created quite a stir a few years back when he claimed to have plastic surgery on his eyes, but eventually came clean about his comments (See Make Me Heal’s story on George Clooney’s plastic surgery).

    Around the same time, in 2008 an interview with Esquire magazine, Clooney joked that he’s had some work done, saying, “I did get my balls done … I got them unwrinkled. It’s the new thing in Hollywood — ball ironing.”

    While it seems an unlikely procedure, new rumors have risen from the Daily Mail that George’s seemingly bizarre procedure is now a real thing.

    “Down there the skin ages, it’s a thinner skin like that around the eyes,” a cosmetics expert explained to the Daily Mail, adding that the $575 treatment is non-surgical. “Men are becoming more comfortable with their grooming habits.” After Clooney’s snarky remark, her male clientele shot from 15 percent to 40 percent, she says.

    Makemeheal.com has never heard of the procedure in real life before and we are uncertain as to whether or not the story is true or a hoax, as is celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn, who asks on his blog, “Is this a come on?”

    The details are outlined in the Daily Mail article, so it could be the male version of labiaplasty?

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of George Clooney on Plasticopedia, the web’s largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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