EXCLUSIVE: plastic surgeon reveals the celebs who he thinks have had ... trends now

EXCLUSIVE: plastic surgeon reveals the celebs who he thinks have had ... trends now
EXCLUSIVE: Hollywood plastic surgeon reveals the celebs who he thinks have had ... trends now

EXCLUSIVE: Hollywood plastic surgeon reveals the celebs who he thinks have had ... trends now

You can't blame celebrities for having cosmetic tweaks.

No other profession is scrutinized on the way they look, act, move and even speak to the same extent.

But said procedures — from old-fashioned nose jobs to the more modern bum lifts — don't always go according to plan.

And according to plastic surgeon to the stars Dr Gary Motykie, this happens a lot more often than we realise. 

He has unique insight: A-listers often seek his help for corrective surgery, to fix the surgical mistakes of the past.

'It's not uncommon to see patients end up with a result that isn't quite right,' he told DailyMail.com.

He added that this is 'especially if it is the patient's first time going under the knife', because they can be unaware of the common red-flags to watch out for.

Below, he has shared the six celebs he believes have had wonky procedures corrected...and some are particularly surprising...


Rumors were rife in 2014 when Khloe Kardashian showed off an extremely large behind

By 2022, the reality TV star had a dramatically smaller butt

Khloe Kardashian, pictured in 2009 and again in 2014, is believed to have had surgery to augment the size of her butt, said Dr Motykie. But recently she has gone for a much thinner look, which has likely involved yet more surgery to reduce her behind

Khloe Kardashian's ever-expanding posterior has been a subject of celebrity gossip columns for years. 

Dr Motykie believes the 39-year-old Kardashian may have undergone a botched procedure on her buttocks, which aimed to increase its size.

While images of the star in 2014 show a clearly enhanced shape, recent pictures reveal an oddly more natural look. 

It's not clear exactly what procedure she may have had, but popular interventions include fat transfer — where fat cells are extracted from other areas of the body, like the thighs, and injected into the buttocks.

Khloe Kardashian pictured here in 2013, before she had the alleged surgery

Khloe Kardashian pictured here in 2013, before she had the alleged surgery

Surgical options include the controversial Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL), which can cause fatal complications in one in 100 cases.

The procedure involves liposuction to remove fat from one area of the body, such as the abdomen or thighs, which is then injected in the buttocks to enhance its shape and volume.

Dr Motykie speculates that Khloe may have been a victim of complications - which are common. 

Nerve damage, infection or fat necrosis — where fat cells die due to lack of oxygen —  are known repercussions which can develop a long while after the operation.

The most serious complication is fat embolism, where fat particles enter the bloodstream and travel to the lungs, heart or brain.

These can then cause blockages in smaller vessels, raising the risk of attacks or strokes.

This most commonly happens immediately after surgery. 

Dr Motykie caveats that there is a small chance the latest change in shape may also be due to Khloe's recent weight loss. 

He added: 'It's most likely to be a bit of both. Perhaps it's partially due to weight loss, as well as a reverse BBL - in which the previously injected fat is removed through liposuction'.


Tara Reid in 2007 following botched cosmetic surgery on her stomach and breasts

Tara Reid is shown above in 2014 after she had further surgery to resolve the loose skin and asymetrical breasts

Partygirl and American actress Tara Reid was left with loose and sagging skin around her stomach after having liposuction. She likely had a tummy tuck to reverse the issue

Famous partygirl and actress Tara Reid is perhaps one of the most well-known examples of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. 

Known for her natural, girl-next-door look in the American Pie films, fans were shocked to see her breasts suddenly enhanced. 

In 2007,  she stepped out in a bikini after having liposuction — revealing loose, or sagging, skin on her stomach — and a breast enhancement — which had left one breast larger than the other, and both sagging.

Tara Reid is pictured above in 2000 with actor Jesse Metcalfe, before the surgeries

Tara Reid is pictured above in 2000 with actor Jesse Metcalfe, before the surgeries

Liposuction is a procedure where fat cells are removed from a specific area of the body, like the stomach, but it can leave behind loose skin.

The American actress spoke about the procedures later, saying: 'It looked like I got completely butchered up.

'I had body contouring, but it all went wrong. My stomach became the most ripply, bulgy thing.'

But she was all smiles when she appeared again in 2010 wearing a two-piece bright green bikini in Las Vegas, with her breasts and loose skin issues resolved.

The then 34-year-old said at the time: 'I'm relaxed. I'm a young woman with confidence... At the end of the day, I go to sleep knowing who I am.

'I am happy with my life now, and I'd like to keep it this way.'

Recently, the 48 year-old slammed 'body-shaming' fans who claimed she looked 'too thin' — claiming a high metabolism was the reason for her slim figure.


Changes: The supermodel was pictured in 2017 a year after undergoing surgery - and looked unrecognisable to her former self

Glam: Linda pictured above in 2023

Linda Evangelista said she was left 'brutally disfigured' by a botched fat freezing procedure that left her with fat deposits under the skin all over her body (pictured left in 2017 after the procedure and right in 2023)

Dr Motykie says that, while well-known, the case of 90s fashion icon Linda Evangelista is perhaps the most extreme he's seen.

The supermodel was left 'brutally disfigured' after a botched cosmetic procedure left 'hard, numb bulges' across her body.

Evangelista, now 58 years old, underwent full-body CoolSculpting in 2015 — an alternative to liposuction where fat cells are frozen in order to destroy them.

But shortly after the procedure she suffered a serious side-effect — medically-termed paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH) — where fat cells grow larger and form bulges.

This is suffered by less than one percent of patients, but when it does occur the shift in fat cells may be permanent and they cannot always be removed with liposuction.

In 2016, the star underwent a loborious and painful full-body liposuction procedure  to resolve the issue.

She then wore compression garments, girdles and a chin strap for eight weeks.

But the hard lumps returned in 2017.

'It wasn't even a little better,' she

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