Lisa Kudrow’s Rhinoplasty Procedure
The world first fell in love with Lisa Kudrow when she starred as Phoebe Buffay on the hit NBC comedy series “Friends”. When that show ended in 2004, instead of drifting out of the spotlight like most actors do, she found her way into movies like “Easy A” and “P.S. I Love You”. Besides this, she even took on guest spots in series like “Cougar Town” and “Scandal”. With all this time in the public eye, it’s definitely for the best that Kudrow had plastic surgery done on her nose.
Unlike a lot of other celebrities, Kudrow came clean about her rhinoplasty procedure. In an interview with The Saturday Evening Post, the 50-year-old actress admitted that she went under the knife to raise her self-confidence. Kudrow felt that prior to the surgery, she looked hideous and that no one liked her because of how big her nose was. It was really hindering her from going out into the world and leading the life she always dreamed of. That’s why she decided to have this procedure done right before entering high school. This way, many people would know her for the image she wanted to project and not what she originally looked like. With rhinoplasty, she could have that fresh start she always dreamed of. In fact, Kudrow loved her procedure so much, that she claims it was that boost of assurance she desperately needed to begin this important chapter of her life.
Kudrow’s admission is such a breath of fresh air in the entertainment world. Too often celebrities like to play off their plastic surgery as their all natural looks. While this may seem harmless, it’s actually not. It could lead to low self-esteem and body issues among the younger generations. Young kids look up to and idolize these stars and when they see celebrities’ perfect bodies plastered over every television screen and magazine cover, it’s hard to not feel down on their own appearance. It makes these impressionable children want to tweak every flaw or insecurity they have to look more like what they see in the limelight. However, they don’t realize their aiming to achieve a goal that is completely unrealistic.
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