Heartthrob Ryan Gosling has pounced on top of the plastic surgery gossip columns with talk of a nose job in his recent past. The 26-year old actor has attracted fans since his duo with on-again-off-again fiancé Rachel McAdams in their romantic saga “The Notebook.”
Insiders suggest his “off again” status is the result of his own intention to focus more on his career. Considering this, there may be groundage to these rumors for his decision in going under the knife to boost his career.
The photos make a strong case for the rhinoplasty (nose job) rumor being true. Before photos of Gosling show a much longer and wider bridge and tip elongating his face, while the new and improved nose stops shorter with less of a projection and a narrower bridge, creating a more oval face. The overall effect of the nose job is a dramatic improvement over the rather awkward looking former Gosling.
Many celebrities’ decision for plastic surgery is considered when they are wishing to sustain a Hollywood status and continue working in the industry with as much role fluidity as possible. Of all surgeries available to young actors, nose jobs are by far the most popular choice. This is understandable when considering that in their craft the focus is predominately on the star’s face and the easier an actor is on the eyes, the more likely their career will be to flourish. Gosling’s career is no exception, as it has certainly taken off since cleaning up his rough look of a few years back.
We will keep an eye out for Gosling and see if the physical enhancements and changes in his personal life will benefit his already thriving career. For all those hopeless romantics out there, let’s just hope that Gosling axing off his fiancé Rachel is not another case of career over love.
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