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  • New Nose for Ben Savage?

    April 20, 2014 in Male Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | Leave a Comment

    Boy Meets World star Ben Savage is returning to the small screen to reprise his fame character as the family saga continues for a new generation when Girl Meets World makes its television debut. While some things remain the same, one thing that may have changed is Ben’s nose. Looking much more refined these days, it is suspected that Ben may have had a nose job in the years he has taken off.

    33-year old is Ben Savage has returned to the role of Cory Matthews in a spinoff show, along with costars Danielle Fishel and Rider Strong, who married on the same day in real life, although not to each other.

    The new spinoff has been anticipated for a while now and the trailer has finally made the rounds on the internet, giving fans a look at how their favorite childhood stars have aged over the years. Although by no means small, these days’ Ben’s nose is looking a little more refined, with a more distinct tip and a straighter bridge. When he last played Cory Matthews, Ben’s nose was fairly large and round and crooked in profile. His nose looks much better now and hasn’t been altered so much that he has been rendered unrecognizable.


    The new show revolves around Topanga and history teacher Cory’s daughter Riley, who is played by Rowan Blanchard and is the main character on the new show.


    Ben explains, “While fans of the show I think a lot of Boy Meets World fans are sort of expecting the show to pick up where it left off.”


    “And for us, really, I don’t want them to be disappointed, but this show, Girl Meets World, is for a new generation.”


    He went on to explain that the show is meant to enjoyed by a whole new generation, not just fans of the old show.


    “Some of the best emails and notes and messages and tweets I’ve gotten are from former Boy Meets World fans who tell me how much they’re excited about watching the new show with their own children.”


    “It’s really a nice feeling to know that they grew up with us, and now their kids are going to get to grow up with Girl Meets World.”



    In real life, Ben has been busy with various projects rather than getting married and having kids. However, his onscreen love Topanga, played by Danielle Fishel recently walked down the aisle and has battled criticism about her weight. Danielle has had various hosting gigs and appeared in a few projects over the years since the original Boy Meets World crew left their college years.


    Also returning to the show in his original role as Shawn Hunter, played by Rider Strong. Since the show, Rider looks like he has been too busy getting an education at various colleges before graduating from Columbia to have plastic surgery.


    Girl Meets World is set to start gaining a new generation of fans when it begins this coming summer.