Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Cat Deeley Plastic Surgery Before and After Facelift and Nose Jobs

Cat Deeley: I’m completely plastic surgery free

What you see is what you get with TV stunner Cat Deeley. The So You Think You Can Dance star says she lands jobs in Hollywood because she’s refused to go under the knife.

The 33-year-old says Americans take notice because her face isn’t frozen like other big names pouting around Tinseltown.

‘I think the Americans see me as a bit of an English eccentric, anyway,’ she tells Red magazine.
The former kids TV presenter added: ‘I’m not cosmetically enhanced in any way and I think it’s your individuality and your imperfections that people love.

Cat Deeley Says No to Plastic Surgery

British star Cat Deeley hosts the reality show So You Think You Can Dance? She credits her Stateside success with her lack of plastic surgery.

33-year-old Cat Deeley was recently interviewed about her new career as a host on American television. In the interview she revealed that not only has she not had plastic surgery, but she doesn’t intend to have any in the future either.

“I really think it’s my imperfections that the Americans like about me,” says Cat.

“They think I’m a slightly bonkers English eccentric and never know quite what I’m going to look like. I have lots of imperfections like every other woman and I have no intention of going under the knife.”

Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., said, “Cat Deeley has a very natural look that suits her well, and she would not benefit from having work performed at this time. Whether or not she would like to have work performed in the future is up to her.”

Miami plastic surgeon Dr Michael Salzhauer says, “Cat Deeley is still young and does not appear to really need any plastic surgery at this time.  When people do get to the point where they are considering a little rejuvenation, Botox, Fillers and eyelid surgery are usually their first procedures.”

Cat may change her mind once So You Think You Can Dance? loses it’s fan base and she needs a new job in Hollywood.
‘I’m not cosmetically enhanced in any way and I think it’s your individuality and your imperfections that people love", she told to Red Magazine on their March, 2010 issue.
But that was not the first time that she mention it, in 2007 she talk about her nose to Style magazine: "There's no stigma attached to cosmetic surgery in Los Angeles. I'm OK at the moment. If something was making me unhappy I might, but I don't know what it would be... You know what? My nose is crooked. I've been on TV for 10 years in England and no one has mentioned it, but in Los Angeles everyone notices... But if people are concentrating on your nose, they should be doing something else."  Comparing some of her pictures, it looks that she stayed with the same thoughts, since her nose looks the same.  Overall, we don't see any signs of some plastic surgery procedures on her face or body.

But as she said before she doesn't seem to be averse to the idea in general: “I don’t know. So far I’ve been lucky. I’ve got quite nice skin and I’m ageing well − touch wood! Ask me in 30 years, and I may say something totally different... What if in 30 years everyone’s doing it and I look like some old bag? And what if my nice smile has fallen, and I’m slightly balding with varicose veins?!", she told OK! Magazine in January, 2010.  So to keep watching her is what needs to be done, who knows, maybe 30 years is a lot of time, specially when you are surrounded by other celebrities having plastic surgery as you may have make up every day.