Celebrities talking about: cosmetic surgery

17 March 2011

Our beloved celebrities have an opinion on just about everything, and this week we bring you their thoughts on cosmetic surgery. “I've tried a lot of things, but apart from working out and a good diet, most things don't help. I even tried Botox.” - Nicole Kidman finally admits to trying Botox, in an interview with a German magazine. “A lot of women go too far and end up looking a hell of a lot older than they actually are and it sort of has a reverse effect. So talk to me in 10 years.” – Jennifer Aniston isn’t ready for surgery just yet, but won’t rule it out when she’s a bit older. “If I can get my nose fixed for the wedding that would be ideal. I’m not sure it’s going to be possible but hopefully something can be done in time.”  - Tara Palmer-Tomkinson on essential preparations for the royal wedding. “When it’s time to pull and tuck, I’m sure I will consider it.” – Britney Spears talking bluntly to American magazine Out, about cosmetic surgery in the future. “When things start to sag in ten or 15 years, I wouldn’t say no.” – Mel B talks about life after the gym. “I’m going to have a tummy tuck, my boobs lifted and implants put in because my boobs are now like a couple of golf balls in socks.” – Tina Malone, actress, leaves us all with a delightful image when summarising her plans for plastic surgery. And it’s not just actresses, pop stars, models and socialites that have cosmetic surgery on their mind -  royals and country leaders do too… “Princess Anne has asked me if I’d have the surgery. She’s a bit worried about how the wedding photos might turn out!” – Mike Tindall paraphrasing his future mother-in-law, Princess Anne. “I do not want to look like an old man in front of Libyans.” – Colonel Gaddafi is unusually brief and coherent in his reason for having a face lift in the 1990s.