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Nip-tuck tales! Shocking plastic surgery transformations

These stars go to drastic measures for eternal beauty.

By Bella Brennan
Whether it be a subtle batch of Botox or a whole new nose, in Hollywood going under the knife is just as common as getting your car serviced.
But there’s no denying plastic surgery can be a dangerous slippery slope and once you plump, fill and inject it’s often hard to step away from the doctor's office.
Former Baywatch stunner Pamela Anderson, 48, and actress Priscilla Presley, 70, made headlines when they attended the Last Chance For Animals Annual Benefit Gala in Beverly Hills, with the duo’s curiously taut complexions sending surgery speculation into overdrive.
While Pammy has always been coy about what work she’s had done, she credits a dedicated skin-care regimen to her glowing looks.
“I'm not against plastic surgery, what I've had done will stay with me and that's fine, but I don't want anything else. I'll do facials, but I don't want to go down the scary route and have knives plunged into me," the 48-year-old has said.
“I don't mind aging. I've never been a classical beauty. I've always had that Playboy vibe. I don't want to chase youth. Anyway, I find it chases me,” the blonde bombshell has vouched.
One lady who can’t be so cryptic is New York socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein, whose addiction for perfection has landed her the infamous nickname Cat Woman due to her feline features.
Legend says the 75-year-old has dropped more than $4 million dollars on procedures to make her look like a cat – her ex-husbands favourite animal.
To get to the bottom of what exactly these stars have had done Woman's Day spoke to plastic surgeon Dr James Southwell-Keely, who has not treated these women but has years of experience in the field.
Click through the gallery to check out Hollywood's most shocking plastic surgery transformations

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