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Plastic Surgery At Every Age! Stars In Their 30s Who’ve Gone Under The Knife


Jul. 24 2012, Published 9:30 a.m. ET

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Age ain’t nothing but a number when it comes to plastic surgery in Hollywood!

No matter how young or how old they may be, the sexiest celebrities in movies, television and music are no strangers to the plastic surgeons office! As the first part of a special plastic surgery feature, has photos of stars in their 30s who have gone under the knife.

Since boob jobs are the most accepted form of plastic surgery, Hollywood hotties aren’t bashful about admitting that they are flaunting fakes. Victoria Beckham, Brandi Glanville, Kourtney Kardashian and Tori Spelling are just a few of the stars in their dirty thirties who have artificial assets.

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It’s hard to believe that Jay Mohr’s wife, Nikki Cox, is only 34-years-old. The Las Vegas star is rumored to have undergone several facial procedures, including massive lip implants, and looks nothing like her younger and natural self.

At 37-years-old, ‘Lil Kim can’t stop going under the knife. The sassy rapper continues to shock her fans every year, transforming her face and body massively with plastic surgery.

Brandi Glanville

And Ice-T’s curvy wife Coco has gotten a little work done – but not to her booty! While she admits that her boobilicious assets are fake, she maintains that her bootyful bottom is 100% real.

What other stars in their 30s have gone under the knife? Find out by clicking here.



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