Celebrity Buzz: Clay Aiken Admits Chin Lipo; Diane Keaton Says Surgery is Inevitable
Princess 19 on 2 Apr 2012 at 9:00am
Oh, Clay Aiken. The disappearing, albeit very talented, American Idol runner-up is making a comeback, so to speak. He recently appeared on Bravo's, "Watch What Happens Live," and admitted to host Andy Cohen he had chin lipo done.
While playing the show's game "Plead the Fifth," Aiken said the following (after being asked if he had work done):
"I had operative surgery on my jaw...for a TMJ thing...and I had them suck the fat out of my chin while they were in there."
But, let's be honest. As the years go by, he is looking more and more like a Claymate - as in claymation with such a smooth appearance. Speculation is that Mr. Aiken is a fan of the filler. But it seems odd that he would admit to lipo and not mention less invasive procedures.
Watch his entertaining Q & A:
In other news...
Diane Keaton says you should "Never say never." And in this case, she means plastic surgery. "Because when you do, you are definitely going to go there," she added. [AARP]
- Carnie Wilson had a second weight loss surgery this past January. This time it was a lap band procedure. The singer managed to lose 30 pounds this go around. Her previous surgery was a gastric bypass where she lost 150 pounds, but gained much of it back. Dr. Robin Blackstone, president of the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, admits “It’s actually pretty rare” to have multiple weight loss procedures. [Celebrity Cafe, MSNBC]
Jersey Shore reality star, Deena Cortese, admitted to a nose job via twitter. "I have not got any plastic surgery ... yes in the past I have had a nose job," she tweeted. The controversy over how much work she has had done has been fueled by the recent pictures of the wannbe starlet where she appears, well, different. But, she chalked it up to weight loss, brow wax, and a makeover. If this sounds familiar, it's because castmate JWoww went through the same thing last summer. [Christian Post]
- A contestant from one of Donald Trumps' Miss Universe pageants has been kicked out for lying - about being transgender. Jenna Talackova, 23, had reached the finals of a Miss Universe Canada pageant when organizers found out she was not "born a woman," a violation of pageant rules. Jenna, who had gender reassignment surgery at 19, defended herself by saying, "I regard myself as a woman … with a history." [People]
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