Though the former coach on The Biggest Loser can transform out-of-shape bodies into tight machines, there was nothing she could do to change her own nose.
Jillian Michaels, the 41-year-old fitness guru, notes there are some things that simply make people feel insecure. For Michaels, the insecurity that made her the butt of many jokes had nothing to do with weight.
"In eighth grade, I weighed 175 pounds and my nose was the size of a softball," Michaels tells the new issue of Parade. "Once, I was sitting at lunch and got surrounded by a bunch of kids who let me have it about how ugly I was - my unibrow, the size of my nose, the fat rolling over my jeans. It was pure hell. My mom had to pull me out and put me in another school."
“I had my nose done when I was 16 years old, and I’ll be honest, it did change my life,” she says to People, explaining how her mother witnessed her young world deteriorate because of her nose.
While Michaels has no problem sharing her surgery, other celebrities keep their life-altering treatments under the radar, according to the Daily News, revealing more than two dozen photos of stars who supposedly went under the knife.
“Blake Lively’s nose had an Upper East Side makeover,” the tabloid reports as it questioned other gorgeous celebrities having work done. Showing before and after shots of the reality television queen, the New York newspaper continues reporting, “Back when she was just Paris Hilton’s pal, Kim Kardashian’s nose looked less streamlined than it does today.”
But as for Michaels, she has no problem sharing. “If there is something you want to fix that allows you to feel a little bit more confident, I support it,” she said, “I think it’s about [doing it for] the right reasons.”
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