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Plastic Isn’t Always Fantastic! 14 Stars Who Have Expressed Regret About Going Under The Knife


Nov. 6 2012, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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Sharon Osbourne isn’t the only star who has gone under the knife in the name of vanity and lived to regret it!

From big screen bombshells and reality stars to country crooners and comediennes, several Hollywood celebrities have altered their looks with cosmetic procedures and not been happy with the results. has photos and details about 14 stars who have regretted artificially transforming their looks.

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Courtney Love doesn’t spend a ton of time talking about her extensive plastic surgery, but the Hole singer did once admit that she regretted have her smacker supplemented.  “I just want the mouth God gave me back,” she wrote on her MySpace page years ago. “It was perfectly cute, and I had nice big lips.”

Sharon Osbourne

Kenny Rogers was a Gambler when it came to plastic surgery, and wishes he hadn’t changed his appearance so much. “I am the plastic surgery king,” he once told The National Enquirer. “I am a bionic man. I wish I hadn’t done it.”

And Tara Reid, the victim of a botched plastic surgery job, expressed her regret about the decision to get a tummy tuck, opting for reconstructive surgery to repair the damage.

Which other stars have expressed regret about going under the knife? Find out by clicking here.



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