Celebrities are known for their fame and fortune, and more often than not, their good looks. The celebrities who have known success from their talent and creativity alone are few and far between, although they do exist. But that is the exception and not the rule. Far more common is a beautiful celebrity, of course. But somewhat surprisingly, many of the beautiful women we see on the big and small screen have an ugly body part: their feet. That’s right, even the most attractive among us can have ugly feet and toes.
Between 12 hour days on set, late nights out on the town, and frequent cardio sessions (to stay in shape), celebrities are on their feet most of the time. The paparazzi expose celebrities to no end, and photographic evidence of flaws on the seemingly flawless can make them a pretty penny. The paparazzi even take pictures of stars feet, especially if they’re deformed.
In trying to support a youthful appearance, celebrities have spent their fair share of time in the plastic surgeon’s office. A little injection here and a little there, they can often get away with, but time after time they come up with a face full of mistakes.Even celebrities aren't immune to botched plastic surgery attempts. From Heidi Montag and Courtney Love to Kim Kardashian, here are the biggest plastic surgery nightmares.
Most of the celebrities who started off perfectly beautiful, just like Jennifer Grey and Jocelyn Wildenstein top our list of the top 10 worst cases of plastic surgery gone wrong!Looking to keep a youthful appearance, many Hollywood A-listers continue to spend a good amount of time in the plastic surgeon’s table.
Raquel Welch couldn’t go unnoticed if she tried. The Hollywood head-turner, whose picture affectionately adorned the walls of many a teenage boys’ bedroom in the sixties during her reign as one of the sexiest actresses in the world, has always looked spectacular.
Raquel Welch (born Jo Raquel Tejada; September 5, 1940) is an American actress and singer.
She first won attention for her role in Fantastic Voyage (1966), after which she won a contract with 20th Century Fox. They lent her contract to a British studio, for whom she made One Million Years B.C. (1966). She had only three lines in the film, yet images of her in the doe-skin bikini which she wore became best-selling posters that turned her into a celebrity sex symbol.