Former Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby has jumped across the pond from the UK and landed deep in the South African jungle to try her luck on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here this year.
As tradition goes, all the contestants on the show are given just the bare essentials to survive, with very little food and living essentials, and certainly not any toiletries or beauty products, apart from soap and sunscreen.
So Aussie viewers are getting to see the usually very glam Charlotte up close and personal, stripped bare of her warpaint, with the evidence of all her surgical procedures clearly visible to the world.
Charlotte isn't shy about the work she's had done to her face and body over the years - and she believes anyone who has an issue their face and body shouldn't feel ashamed about going under the knife to change it.
"You shouldn't get anything stupid done to yourself when you don't need it, but if you have got something that makes you lack in confidence massively, go and bloody change it!" Charlotte told her I'm A Celeb castmate Rhonda Burchmore during their first week in the jungle.
"You have got one life, don't live it in misery and unhappiness."
Fans of the 29-year-old Sunderland gal will remember back in the early days of Geordie Shore, she looked completely different!
She sported long brunette hair and an adorably childlike complexion, and lived an unhealthy lifestyle filled with hardcore partying and naughty foods.
But now Charlotte, who has lost 20kg since Geordie Shore wrapped - and managed to keep it off, looks completely different now, thanks to years of undergoing various surgical procedures.
Here's a breakdown of all the work she's had done - and isn't afraid to talk about.
Charlotte underwent a rhinoplasty in 2014 to adjust the shape of her nose - and admitted it was seeing herself on TV that convinced her to have the procedure.
"My old nose was awful, it was so bad," she told Heat magazine in 2016.
"I do think [my nose] caused a lack of confidence, and you always compare yourself to other people who are on TV as well.
"When I watched myself before and I turned to the side I felt sick because my nose looked so awful.
"No-one ever noticed my nose, I never got one comment in my whole entire life saying you've got a bad nose. But I wasn't happy with it, I got it done for me."
Charlotte confessed if she had never appeared on TV, she would not have been tempted to go under the knife.
"It's not like I can hide it [her nose]. If I'd not been on TV, I'd never have got it done," she said.
"I do know what people mean about surgery being a slippery slope," she said of rumours about patients becoming "addicted" to surgery.
"You just think, 'I hate it', especially on television. I think it'll make a big difference to my life in terms of getting photographed and always being on the telly, not having to worry about where to stand or what angle to go from."
Charlotte's lips have increased in size considerably over the years.
During an interview on UK breakfast TV show This Morning in 2018, Charlotte revealed she gets her filler topped up every 12 months.
"I get them done once a year," she revealed.
"I had a big problem down the sides, but once a year that's it and I don't think they're that bad."
Charlotte has a condition called congenital symmastia, which presents itself as a webbing across the breasts.
"It's known as the 'uniboob', but the actual term is symmastia. The breast tissue expands from the boob job, and makes you not have the gap in your cleavage. It's normally what happens when a boob job goes wrong. But I haven't had a boob job — I was one of the few unlucky people born with it," Charlotte told OK! UK in 2017.
She says the condition is something she has felt self-conscious about for years, so she decided to undergo a breast augmentation to fix the issue.
"Because I'm famous, if a picture of me is online, people say things like 'What is wrong with her boobs? They're deformed! They're stuck together'," she told Heat magazine in 2017, admitting she went under the knife because of the comments she received online.
"My uni-boob made me feel under-confident. It [the condition congenital symmastia] really limited what I could wear without people saying, 'What the f---'s wrong with her boobs?"'
WATCH BELOW: Charlotte Crosby says she finds Ryan Gallagher attractive on I'm A Celeb. Story continues after video.
Charlotte says she has absolutely no regrets about any of her procedures and feels much more confident in her skin now.
"I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top," she told the Daily Mail.
"I'm very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional [breast procedure].
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here airs from Sunday to Thursday nights on Network Ten at 7.30pm.
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020