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Monday, January 07, 2008

Lisa Rinna Sounds Off on Hollywood Plastic Surgery

Lisa Rinna has recently discussed her views on plastic surgery in an interview with TV Guide. Here is an excerpt: As for plastic surgery... is it pretty much assumed that women in Hollywood will get certain things done?
Rinna: You have to if you're going to work in this business for a certain amount of time; you just don't see older women with a bunch of wrinkles on television. It's not aesthetically as attractive to look at. If you don't fit the norm, you're not going to work...Whatever you want to do personally is absolutely 100 percent what you should do. But if I'm really honest, if you want to work in this town in your fifties, people have plastic surgery, that's what they do!

It's refreshing to see that she is not bashing plastic surgery and people who have it, like some Hollywood stars do. While I think her lips look pretty darn bad, she has always seemed like a down-to-earth, nice person from here.
For the rest of the interview, including more thoughts on plastic surgery, click here.

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Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.


Anonymous said...

Depends on what sort of work you're aiming for. If you want to be in Aaron Spelling type soaps for the rest of your life then yes, plastic surgery is probably a requisite. If you want to be a 'serious' actor however then I'd totally disagree. Helen Mirren, Judy Dench, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Anjelica Huston are a few who don't appear to subscribe to that theory either.

By the way, when was Rinna last in anything of note?

MsB said...

Hasn't she always had those full lips? Okay, minus whatever she's done to them recently? I just remember her from her soap opera days and her lips were full, even as an up and coming actress. But, what do I know???

Anonymous said...

Actually, those could be natural. My mother has lips exactly like hers!! My sister does too.

I don't. I consider mine perfect, but then again--I am biased:)

I'm glad my girls got my lips--they are my best feature.