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Baby No More! Jennifer Grey Has Undergone Multiple Cosmetic Surgery Treatments, Says Expert

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By Debbie EmeryRadar Reporter

Jennifer Grey has been very open about her regret over getting a dramatic nose job in 1987 that left her virtually unrecognizable and hindered her chances of being catapulted into superstardom.

Now the 52-year-old actress appears to have had more plastic surgery performed, but fortunately this time around it has merely made her look more youthful!

“I suspect the Dirty Dancing star has undergone multiple cosmetic injectable treatments that have altered her appearance,” celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn, who has not treated the actress, told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.

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“Her lips appear to have been injected with a plumping agent, likely Juvederm. Her wrinkles lines also appear filled in, possibly with Restylane. Her forehead is as smooth as a polished dance floor, likely from injections of Botox,” he explained.

“Overall, Jennifer is no Baby anymore!”

The former Dancing With The Stars contestant  admitted two years ago that she planned to get nipped and tucked before going on the reality show, but that her husband Clark Gregg convinced her not to.

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“I thought, ‘Oh, I should get rid of wrinkles under my eyes.’ When you put on a lot of make-up, the lines become very apparent. But my husband said not to touch anything, to be who I am, because I look great,” she told Us Weekly.

“He’s right. Ageing is inevitable and the idea that we can be eternally youthful is the pitfall of our society.”

 

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