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Plastic Surgery Disasters! 10 Stars Who Have Gone Too Far Under The Knife

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By Radar Staff

Sometimes, plastic is far from fantastic!

With all their money paired with the pressure to be perfect, Hollywood stars and socialites are famous for going under the knife and altering their looks, but sometimes the end result can be disastrous! 

RadarOnline.com
has photos of 10 stars who have gone way too far with altering their faces in a special plastic surgery feature.

PHOTOS: The 10 Scariest Plastic Surgery Faces

Joan Rivers is not ashamed to admit that she’s gone under the knife — a whopping 739 times she claims! The actress and television personality, who is famous for her constantly changing face, looked drastically different when she was a plastic surgery virgin back in 1982.

The Duchess of Alba scored headlines in 2011, when the 85-year-old wed a man 24 years her junior.  The eccentric Spanish Royal has reportedly gone under the knife several times over the years, and from the looks of her in 1968, we believe it!

If your husband liked big cats, would you pay a fortune to transform into one? New York socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein, aka The Catwoman, reportedly spent over $4 million to keep her billionaire art dealer hubby happy, but it didn’t quite work. She ended up divorcing him after allegedly finding him in bed with a 19-year-old Russian model.

In 1977, Melanie Griffith was a fresh-faced actress at 20 years old. Decades and several rumored plastic surgeries later, she hardly looks like the same person.

And while most people start going under the knife later in life, Heidi Montag decided to get an early start. After appearing as a gorgeous girl next door on the hit reality show The Hills in 2006, in late 2009, the blonde beauty underwent several procedures in one day, resurfacing as the girl next door no more, with a shockingly different look.

What other stars have gone too far with plastic surgery?  Find out by clicking here.

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