A Guide to the Fake Faces of Real Housewives

Maureen O'Connor · 02/24/11 02:46PM

During a recent Real Housewives marathon, I came to a realization: You can identify a rich lady's hometown by the look on her face. Trend-wise, it turns out that cosmetic surgery is more like cosmetics than surgery: Women who live near and socialize with each other end up looking physically similar by dint of plumping, slicing, lifting, and blasting with Botox. A guide to the surgically enhanced faces of Real Housewives.

mark · 12/03/07 06:15PM

In People's DEVIATED SEPTUM CORRECTION EXCLUSIVE! with High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale (not the naked one, the other one), the actress offers the magazine the go-to excuse for why she just had her nose reshaped, a surgery that should bring the offending organ more in line with Disney's exacting proboscis standards. "I'm not feeling great today. It's uncomfortable and I hope this is the only time I ever have to go through something like this," said the appealingly naive Tisdale, who likely will be spending considerable time on the therapist's couch when a casting director lowers his eyes to her chest and remarks, "Not bad. But I'd like your chances better if you went you went a little bigger? One of the Cheetah Girls was in here this afternoon and said she'd do whatever it takes. A real go-getter, that one." [People]