Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Star Jones Plastic Surgery Before and After Boobs and Breast Implants

Star Jones Finally Admits To Plastic Surgery
While she wont fess up to the gastric bypass surgery she has told In Touch that she had her boobs lifted. Star has lost so much weight that even these pics don't do the change justice, so it's no wonder she needs to get plastic surgery to tighten things up. I just can't help but wonder how that drastic weight loss took place - Pilate's can't be that good.

In Touch reports:

  •     Star Jones Reynolds has confirmed to In Touch that she has had a breast lift.
  •     Star, who turns 44 this week, had the operation at the end of last week, but ended up at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica after complications.
  •     In Touch has learned that in addition to having a breast lift, the View host - who has lost 150 pounds over the past two-and-a half years - also had a tummy tuck to remove excess skin.
  •     Her rep, Brad Zeifman, confirms that Star had the breast lift. "She is recovering wonderfully," he says. Zeifman denies that Star had a tummy tuck.
  •     In Touch is told Star is now recovering in a private clinic in LA. The View is in reruns all this week.
  •     On the same weekend that Star was taken to the hospital, her husband, Al Reynolds, 37, needed stitches in a head wound after falling while working out in a New York gym. "He was taken to the emergency room where doctors administered several stitches," says Zeifman.

Weird that Al also ended up in the hospital. Is must be some universal cosmic balance thing.

Star Jones’s Tummy Tuck

There are many celebrities in Hollywood that undergo plastic surgery procedures every year. There are even more celebs that don’t talk about it and chalk it up to “aging gracefully” or “diet and exercise.”

Television personality Star Jones fully admitted that she underwent multiple tummy tuck, liposuction, gastric bypass and breast augmentation procedures over the years to help her slim down and attain a gorgeous and youthful appearance.

The daytime TV star, who now appears on Barber Walter’s talk show “The View,” looks better than she ever has before.

“I couldn’t get rid of the stomach. I’d gotten rid of all the fat, but I couldn’t get rid of the skin,” Jones said. “So [I had] the abdominoplasty, which is commonly referred to as a tummy tuck, because that’s not healthy to have skin hanging here. And then for vanity’s sake, I had the boobs lifted because they went like pancakes.”
Star Jones: Plastic Surgery Scare

It was meant to be just a quick procedure, but during surgery for a breast lift in Los Angeles last Friday, Star Jones Reynolds suffered a medical scare that landed her in the hospital for four nights, PEOPLE reports in its upcoming issue.

During the procedure, Jones Reynolds's hemoglobin levels – the proteins found in red blood cells that are responsible for distributing oxygen in the body – dropped drastically, a condition that likely stemmed from her history of anemia, say friends. She was immediately transported to St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica and given a blood transfusion.

While it's unlikely that Jones Reynolds's life was in imminent danger, her hemoglobin did drop to "levels low enough to worry about," says a source.

Released from the hospital on Tuesday, Jones Reynolds, 44, bounced back quickly. “I just spoke to Star and she was eating Skittles and driving down Wilshire Boulevard,” The View spokesperson Karl Nilsson, told PEOPLE.

In fact, she’ll likely be back to work on Monday. "The (lift) was successful, and she said she was looking forward to coming back next week," said Barbara Walters, who spoke to her View colleague while she was in the hospital.

Her recovery might have gone even more smoothly with her man by her side, but, by an odd coincidence, husband Al Reynolds had a medical emergency of his own. Trying to get in a workout before flying out from New York (where they both live) to see his wife the day of her surgery, Reynolds, 35, fell at his gym and required stitches on two cuts.

While at the hospital, doctors also found that he was dehydrated. They suggested he not fly and kept him overnight to administer fluids. Reynolds did get to talk to his wife on the phone that night; they spoke from respective hospital beds.

So why did Jones Reynolds have the procedure done in the first place? She declined to comment, but "when you lose a significant amount of weight," says a source close to Jones Reynolds, referring to her recent 150-lb. loss, "things aren't in the same place they once were."

Still, according to her rep Brad Zeifman, it turned out all right in the end. "She is recovering wonderfully," he said.