The outspoken reality star never minces her words when it comes to going under the knife. “I believe in plastic surgery or anything you have to do to make yourself feel good. I’m all about self-esteem,” she said. "I’ve had my nose done.”
The “Motivation” singer says she got breast implants because she was tired of not fitting into her tops. “I simply went from an A-cup to a B-cup,” she told PEOPLE. “I didn’t want to have double Ds and be a little bitty size 2—that would look nuts!”
Toni once joked that she had the body of a woman in her 40’s and parts of her that were those of a 20-year-old, thanks to two breast augmentations and a nose job. Now she says she won’t do any more surgeries. “I don’t want to be a turkey, stuffed and plucked and baked,” she joked.
Never one to hold anything back, Wendy Williams has been pretty explicit about her love of plastic surgery. She says going under the knife — for breast implants, lipsuction and a tummy tuck — helped her unleash a “smaller woman trapped in that big body."
NeNe came clean about her plastic surgery — a nose job and liposuction — even showing herself under the knife on her show, “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” She told PEOPLE, “I’m very comfortable and confident in myself. I just wanted a tune up.”
The Queen went from an E-cup to a DD, thanks to a breast reduction procedure after her weight-loss. But that’s about all she’ll do. “There are people who love (plastic surgery) and want to cut and chop anything. I’m like, `Y’all are crazy!’” she said in an interview.
In 2006 the former talk show revealed undergoing gastric bypass surgery, a tummy tuck — for excess skin — and a breast lift. Of her weight-loss, she wrote in Glamour, “I’m not saying that in order to be happy, women need to be a certain size, but I am saying that we should all strive to be healthy.”
Omarosa got breast implants and went from a negative A-cup to a small D-cup. “I’m happy, I’m excited, I’m pleased with my decision,” she told Star Magazine.
Ms. Patti was never one to keep her nose job a secret. “I was afraid people would be able to look at me and say, ‘Oh yeah, she had a nose job!’" she said.
The 90s dance queen says she got liposuction to change her look, dropping from a size 10 to 6. “I feel like we all have problem areas on our body and I just wanted to fix a problem area,” she told ESSENCE.
The NBC weatherman has lost over 115 pounds thanks to gastric bypass surgery. Of previous eating habits that landed him on the wrong side of the scale, he says, “It’s done. I’m never going back.”
The legendary singer has lost over 100 pounds thanks to gastric bypass surgery. She says part of her reasoning was watching her mother “die a slow horrible death” due to complications from obesity.
“American Idol” judge Randy Jackson’s reasons for getting gastric bypass in 2003 were fueled by a type 2 diabetes diagnosis related to his weight – he once weighed 355 pounds. He has lost over 100 since.