Kaley Cuoco Admits That She Had A Nose Job

November 17, 2016 / Posted by:


Nearly two years ago, Kaley Cuoco set an attention trap by Instagramming a picture of herself in a hospital bed covering her nose and claiming she was having “sinus surgery.” Obviously it didn’t take long for people to poke Kaley and let her know that she spelled “nose job” wrong. Kaley slapped back at everyone accusing her of trying to cover up a nose job and said: “If I DID get a nose job (which I didn’t) I would be shouting that from the rooftops.” Kaley was technically telling the truth when she said she didn’t get a nose job on that particular day. She just left out the part about how she had already had one done years ago.

Kaley came clean during a recent interview with Women’s Health (via Entertainment Tonight) about cosmetic procedures she’s done in the past. Kaley says she got her nose done years ago and added once again that getting her tits done was the best decision she ever made. She also had some filler work to erase a line that she’s had on her neck since she was 12. Unlike some people who would sweat Juvederm if you asked them to take a lie detector test about their surgeries, Kaley is honest about the work she’s had done because it makes her feel better.

“As much as you want to love your inner self…I’m sorry, you also want to look good. I don’t think you should do it for a man or anyone else. But if it makes you feel confident, that’s amazing.”

Kaley doesn’t say exactly when she got her nose done, but here is a picture of her from years ago with a nose that looks slightly different.


I can’t really tell that much of a difference between her old nose and her current nose. But that could be because I’m getting too distracted by everything else that’s going on. Those teeth! I forgot what it was like when Hollywood people had normal-colored teeth. And that hair. That piece-y twist-and-texture really takes me back. I wore that style a lot. I can still smell the 12 pumps of JLo Glow I used to spray after I was done pinning it in place.

Pic: Wenn.com

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