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Teen spends £20,000 on cosmetic surgery to look like Beckham

Tue

Nottingham’s Jack Johnson has spent a whopping twenty thousand pounds on cosmetic surgery, in an attempt to look more like David Beckham. Jack appeared on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ to discuss the procedures he has had and his motivations for wanting the surgery. In his pursuit to look like his idol, Jack has had a number of cosmetic enhancements. These include, veneers for his teeth, fillers in his lips to plump out his pout, cheek fillers, an eye brow lift and Botox in his forehead. When asked why he wanted to look like Beckham, the teen replied, “I love his lifestyle, I love the way he looks. If I look like him I feel much better about myself inside.”

Viewers of the ITV show were decidedly unimpressed by the teens efforts, and a social media slating ensued. One person wrote, “Nobody has told this youth the truth. He needs a huge dose of reality. Quick. #thismorning.” Another viewer also commented that they could not watch the interview as it was too cringe worthy. Despite this, however, it seems that the issue that has caused the most uproar is that the teen is currently unemployed, with speculation growing that he used benefit money for the supposed transformation.

It was clear from the interview that Jack had pursued this surgery in an attempt to mask his insecurities, with some viewers crying out to the show to help him become truly happy on the inside, as well as with his physical appearance.

 

 

 

Forty percent of children currently not visiting their dentist

Mon

Despite official dental health advice, more than 40% of children in England have not visited their dentist in the last year. The figures show that only 57.9% visited an NHS dentist, which is down by over 2% on the previous year.

Professor Nigel Hunt of the Royal College of Surgeons was quoted by The Guardian in response to the appalling figures, “There is nothing to smile about in these woeful statistics. With the average five-year-old now eating their own body weight in sugar each year, it is alarming that 42.1% of children failed to visit an NHS dentist in the last year.”

Experts are hopeful that revenue from the planned ‘sugar drinks tax’, due to take effect in 2018, will be put to good use in an attempt to tackle the growing issue of tooth decay. Dr Sandra White, of PublicHealth England, has also expressed concern over the wider arching effects that tooth decay can have on children. As well as the associated pain and dental treatment, decay can also impact on schooling, overall health and self-confidence.

She, along with other professionals, have implored parents, carers and guardians to limit the number of sugary snacks and drinks children are consuming, and to ensure that regular brushing is taking place.

 

 

 

Ex glamour model, Tracy Kirby, shares her face lift horror

Sun

Ex model and actress, Tracy Kirby, found fame in the eighties for her raunchy page three poses, and then went on to star in a number of well known films. The celebrity dropped out of the public eye for a while but has recently received an abundance of media attention over her appearance on the Channel 5 programme, Celebrity Botched Up Bodies.In her pursuit to regain her youthful looks the celeb decided to opt for a non-cosmetic face lift, known as a ‘one stitch face lift’ as she had undergone Botox and lip fillers in the past with no issues.

Unfortunately, the procedure did not go as planned and the scaring she suffered left her looking as though she had been the victim of a knife attack. Red scars and raised bumps where left on the side of her face. As she spoke on the show she explained, “The doctor said [at the time] that it would settle down, but two days later my face was so swollen I couldn’t see out of my eye… he told me, don’t worry, we will just put a couple of threads in and pull it back.”

Talking candidly on the show, she revealed that, following her botched facelift, she fell into depressions, she could not leave the house and was prescribed antidepressants by her GP to help her get through the ordeal. Tracy finally met with plastic surgeon Niall Kirkpatrick, who was able to make drastic improvements to her face and reduce the scarring.The star says that she regrets ever having the procedure as it almost ruined her face.

 

 

 

Ex glamour model, Tracy Kirby, shares her face lift horror

Sun

Ex model and actress, Tracy Kirby, found fame in the eighties for her raunchy page three poses, and then went on to star in a number of well known films. The celebrity dropped out of the public eye for a while but has recently received an abundance of media attention over her appearance on the Channel 5 programme, Celebrity Botched Up Bodies.In her pursuit to regain her youthful looks the celeb decided to opt for a non-cosmetic face lift, known as a ‘one stitch face lift’ as she had undergone Botox and lip fillers in the past with no issues.

Unfortunately, the procedure did not go as planned and the scaring she suffered left her looking as though she had been the victim of a knife attack. Red scars and raised bumps where left on the side of her face. As she spoke on the show she explained, “The doctor said [at the time] that it would settle down, but two days later my face was so swollen I couldn’t see out of my eye… he told me, don’t worry, we will just put a couple of threads in and pull it back.”

Talking candidly on the show, she revealed that, following her botched facelift, she fell into depressions, she could not leave the house and was prescribed antidepressants by her GP to help her get through the ordeal. Tracy finally met with plastic surgeon Niall Kirkpatrick, who was able to make drastic improvements to her face and reduce the scarring.The star says that she regrets ever having the procedure as it almost ruined her face.

 

 

 

Scott Thomas and Kady McDermott get cosmetic surgery together

Sat

Love Island couple, Scott Thomas and Kady McDermott, met and fell in love on the ITV 2 show, and have been inseparable ever since. The pair were firm favourites in the show and viewers have been intrigued to see how their romance has developed since they featured on series. Life after the show has seen them making public appearances together, and the couple have even launched and promoted their own YouTube channel.

The relationship has now elevated to new heights, with the couple going to get Botox and dermal fillers together. Scott took to Instagram with snaps of him visiting Mac Aesthetics, to receive Botox injections in his arm pits, to curtail his excessive sweating. The Love Island star was jubilant that his perspiration would be under control and commented “Lads you may laugh but if you wanna wear a naughty baby blue shirt or a spicy pink number on a night out without looking like you’ve had shaggy wet dog in a head lock then give them a shout.”

Merely hours before Scott’s post, Kady was snapped and uploaded on Instagram by Mac Aesthetics, getting dermal fillers in her lips to enhance her pout. The company captioned the post, “Love islands@kadymcdermott looking [hot] with her Mac Aesthetics POUT.

 

 

 

New initiative planned for oral health

Fri

Plans for a new oral health initiative have recently been revealed by chief dental officer, Sara Hurley. The new concept has been named ‘Smile4life’ and will be a national framework for all new initiatives in areas of oral health and hygiene. The plans were created following Hurley’s recent tour of NHS regions in England, where she witnessed positive collaboration between multiple agencies and health care professionals.

The new plans, in the initial stages, have a strong focus on the early year’s age group, with a view to extending this to the wider public over time. The initiative is pushing for babies to have dental check-ups by the age of one, in an effort to foster and promote positive attitudes towards dental health from a young age. There will also be a strong focus on encouraging dietary changes to reduce sugar intake in children, one of the leading causes of tooth decay.

The programme hopes to encompass and utilise many areas of oral health and establish commitment, integration and partnerships from wider professional sectors, such as, health visitors, schools, Accident and Emergency wards and GPs. The initiative also hopes to gain parental support as, presumably, they are seen as an integral part of making the initiative a success.

 

 

Amy Childs shows off her lip fillers at the Hang Dr launch party

Thu

 

Amy Childs has come under fire over recent days for her involvement in the 3D Lipo ad campaign, Dying To Be Beautiful.’ The twenty six year old ex T.O.W.I.E. star has defended her decision to appear in the ad and has hit out at the negative media attention that she has received. In response, Amy has defied her critics by attending the Hang Dr launch party, confidently showing off her full lips and ample cleavage.

Earlier on this week, Amy admitted that she felt cosmetic surgery had destroyed her confidence and she was unhappy with her sagging breast augmentation. In an interview with Star Magazine she was quoted as saying, “I used to look in the mirror and think, Oh my God, I don’t even look like myself anymore.” She has also made no secret that she has been addicted to plastic surgery in the past.

However, it is no wonder that Amy has indulged in cosmetic surgery, as she admits that when she first made it big she was offered an abundance of procedures free of charge to modify her looks, and still gets asked now. It is clear to see that the star has toned down her look; however, she is still fashioning a very ample pout.

 

 

Katie Price fan spends £40,000 on surgery to look more like his idol

Wed

Nathan Thursfield has spent a whopping £40,000 on cosmetic surgery to try and emulate the look of his idol Katie Price. Nathan appeared alongside Katie on a recent episode of the ITV show, Loose Woman, to discuss his plans to have a third rhinoplasty. On the show, he explained that he has been a massive fan of Katie since the age of fourteen. He also talked about how his surgery to look like Katie was also his escape from his depression and anxiety, stating that it was a release for him to have the procedures done.

The third nose job he has planned however, is fraught with risks, as his surgeon has said there is a seventy percent chance that his nose will collapse. Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha, concerned for his welfare, responded by saying, “Your surgeon has said there’s a 70% chance of your nose collapsing. It’s really serious… You have to really think about that.”

He went on to say that he has also had fillers in his cheeks and chin, Botox and veneers to fix his smile. Katie urged him to reconsider his third nose surgery, saying that he looks ‘gorgeous’ as he is and wished that she could look more like him.

 

 

 

Amy Childs suffers backlash from recent anti surgery campaign

Tue

The recent anti surgery campaign ‘Dying to be Beautiful’ featuring T.O.W.I.E. stars, Amy Childs and Danielle Armstrong, has prompted a media backlash. Childs has been branded a hypocrite as she has had breast augmentation and lip fillers in the past. The celebrity has always been up front about the work she has had done, speaking frankly about her failing surgery; however, the media have slated her for the u-turn.

 

The campaign by 3D Lipo was created to highlight the potential dangers of going under the knife, instead opting to promote less invasive surgery as an alternative. The star came under fire following the campaign, prompting her to set the record straight on Instagram. She wrote, “The reason for me getting involved with this campaign is to highlight to young, impressionable girls and boys out there (like I was myself) that you shouldn’t rush into the decision to go under the knife to change your body like I did.”

 

Fans of the star praised her for her open and honest approach and felt that she had done a good thing by trying to educate and help others learn from her past mistakes.

 

 

 

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Why Jane Seymour has said no to cosmetic surgery

Mon

Sixty four year old actress, Jane Seymour, appeared on last week’s ITV show, Lorraine, looking absolutely fantastic for her age. Her hair and dress were elegant and really showed off her great figure and radiant complexion. On the show she spoke openly about her youthful appearance and made a point of saying, “My skin is a little bigger. I’m all about ageing naturally, I still have my own face.”  Her reason for not wanting to have cosmetic work is that she thinks it is important, as an actress, that all her muscles move as they should to allow her to play her roles expressively.

The actress did admit that she does work on maintaining her appearance, but she is not obsessed with it, and has not had any surgery or cosmetic procedures. Lorraine also voiced her concerns over celebrities having too much surgery, saying that there is a danger that everyone will look the same.

Jane is best known for her part as the Bond Girl in Live and Let Die, where there was immense pressure to look good; However, this has not been a mantra that she has felt pressured by in her personal life and maintains her youthfulness by taking care of herself, rather than going under the knife.

 

 

 

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