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Steven and Cory's mum Donna let their son decide whether he wanted to go under the knife again.
Steven and Cory's mum Donna let their teenage son decide whether he wanted to go under the knife again.
I LIKE MY LINES Joan says she is too scared to go under the knife
US reality TV star Kim Kardashian was chosen as the celebrity the magazine's readers would go under the knife to look like.
One option was for Cipriani to go under the knife as soon as Wasps' Guinness Premiership campaign was over to give him maximum preparation for next season.
STUNNING GMTV presenter Lorraine Kelly has revealed why she will never go under the knife or have Botox - because wrinkles are a turn on.
But this week I was horrified to read that women are under so much pressure to look 'perfect' on their big day that they are choosing to go under the knife for breast enlargements.
Best has been diagnosed with a left hip cartilage tear picked up in pre-season training, and he will go under the knife next week to cure the problem.
Cosmetic surgery group Transform said it will give clients the option of a financial package allowing them to go under the knife without having to pay interest for 12 months.
The SP understands that the Manchester United defender will have to go under the knife at some stage to repair wear and tear on his groin.
But the before-and-after tale of three homely folks who go under the knife in search of beauty and happiness sucked in a fat audience of 13.
Busty Brian, who plans to go under the knife this month, says: 'I'm not good-looking and I have boobs, but women still like me