Celebrity Nose Jobs, List of Men and Women Rhinoplasty Surgery

Nose job (rhinoplasty) plastic surgery is often considered the original cosmetic procedure, and dates all the way back to 800 BC when India physician, Sushruta, first employed the technique on persecuted citizens, who were maimed for criminal and religious trespasses.

An ancient operation that was initially developed for suffering individuals, is now commonly used for reasons which are purely associated with vanity, at least in the current case study, which is celebrity plastic surgery.

Each celebrity name listed below is linked to a corresponding page, where you'll find photos and commentary about each subject. The list includes famous stars who are confirmed, and those who are simply rumored to have undergone nose job surgery.

Ally Walker
Angelina Jolie
Ashlee Simpson
Ashley Greene
Ashley Tisdale
Barbara Eden
Blake Lively
Britney Spears
Cameron Diaz
Catherine Bell
Cindy Margolis
Courtney Love
David Charvet
Delta Goodrem
Dolly Parton
George Michael
Gina Gershon
Gisele Bundchen
Glen Campbell
Halle Berry
Hayden Panettiere
Howard Stern
Irma Serrano
Janet Jackson
Jean Claude Jitrois
Jennie Garth
Jennifer Connelly
Jennifer Grey
Jennifer Lopez
Jeremy Jackson
J. K. Rowling
Kat Von D
Kate Bosworth
Kate Moss
Keira Knightley
Khloe Kardashian
Koena Mitra
Kris Jenner
Lance Bass
Latoya Jackson
Lil Kim
Mandy Moore
Melissa Gilbert
Michelle Pfeiffer
Naomi Campbell
Natalie Portman
Nene Leakes
Oksana Grigorieva
Paris Hilton
Paul Stanley
Richard Grieco
Salma Hayek
Sandra Bullock
Sara Gilbert
Sara Jean Underwood
Sarah Jessica Parker
Scarlett Johansson
Shia Labeouf
Sissy Spacek
Sofia Milos
Stephanie McMahon
Stephanie Pratt
Teri Hatcher
Tinsley Mortimer
Toni Braxton
Tori Amos
Traci Bingham
Tyra Banks
Victoria Principal
Winona Ryder
Wynonna Judd
Zac Efron

And while vanity stricken celebrity nose jobs seem more prevalent in today's society, its also worth noting that nose job (rhinoplasty) plastic surgery is also preformed for practical purposes as well, and can serve as an asset for people with congenital defects, respiratory issues, and nasal trauma.

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