September 21, 2012 in Asian Plastic Surgery,Black Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Ethnic Plastic Surgery,Male Plastic Surgery,Oscars Plastic Surgery, Award Shows by Wendy Lewis | Leave a Comment
The Reality-Competition Program category for the Emmys is filled with plastic surgery, from hosts to contestants. The following shows not only feature ordinary people turned celebrity, but also Hollywood hotties noted not only for their talents, but also for plastic surgery.
Dancing With The Stars is filled with the has-beens and never-were of Hollywood, many of which have turned to plastic surgery to help their careers. Notable stars have had everything from nose surgery to facelift recovery (See Make Me Heal’s story on Dancing with the Stars contestants plastic surgery).
Project Runway host Heidi Klum is frequently rumored to have had breast augmentation and nose surgery early in her career as a model, although the rumors have never been proven or admitted (read the full story about Heidi Klum’s breast implants).
So You Think You Can Dance has judges that have had copious amounts of plastic surgery, rendering them more strange than sexy, but host Cat Deeley has reportedly said no to plastic surgery (See Make Me Heal’s story on Cat Deeley’s plastic surgery). MakeMeHeal.com congratulates Cat on her Emmy nomination as host.
Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi is well known for her love of food and billionaires, but not plastic surgery. However, that doesn’t mean the former model couldn’t benefit from some scar reduction treatments.
The Voice judges haven’t been under the knife for the most part, and the contestants are probably too new to fame to consider plastic surgery. But longtime singer Christina Aguilera has long been suspected of having breast implants that change with her weight fluctuations (See Make Me Heal’s story on Christina Aguilera’s post-pregnancy plastic surgery).
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