Americans spend billions annually on cosmetic procedures, and some of these plastic surgery clients are your favourite stars. Unfortunately, things don’t always go according to plan. In fact, sometimes things go terribly wrong. Brace yourself for these embarrassing celebrity plastic surgery blunders. Surprisingly, this list of the most embarrassing celebrity plastic surgery botch jobs includes the likes of Cardi B, Kathy Griffin, Tara Reid, Khloe Kardashian, and Denise Richards.
Here are some celebs who’ve allegedly hidden from the limelight after cosmetic procedures have gone wrong.
Another rich person perpetually unsatisfied with their looks in this list is Jackie Stallone, a 94-year-old mother of Rambo star Sylvester Stallone, and also an astrologer and former dancer. It’s sad that the Stallone family has had such bad luck with plastic surgeries.
Her addiction to plastic surgery that has started around the early 80’s has made her face saggy and unnaturally lumpy, with her eyes, lips, and brows also misshapen. Her pictures after plastic surgery show that you can’t run away from aging forever!
In her prime, this Italian socialite was one of the most beautiful women in the scene. Her experimentation on plastic surgery spiraled down to a downright addiction. After numerous procedures, mostly being Botox and lip collagen injections, Romanini became a face incomparable to the one she possessed in her youth. Her story goes to show just how a celebrity’s addiction to plastic surgery can yield shocking plastic surgery disasters.
Once best known for her role as high school sweetheart Vicky in American Pie, Reid is now better known for her bungled liposuction and breast implant procedure, which she received in 2004. Her bumpy breast scars, however, weren’t as disconcerting as her spoiled belly: “I had body contouring, but it all went wrong,” she said on The View. “My stomach became the most ripply, bulgy thing.” Reid underwent reconstructive surgery in 2006, and posed for Playboy in 2009 to show off her fixed plastic surgery.