During this dude’s surgery for wisdom tooth removal he must have been dreaming of driving a race car because he couldn’t stop impersonating the engine revving. He writes on YouTube: “I don’t remember anything from the surgery but I have been told I did this for the entire time I was under. Heavy anesthetics were used.”
With many noticing her new ‘look,’ Bristol Palin is finally admitting that she had work done, E Online reports.
“I had corrective jaw surgery,” she tells ‘US Weekly,’ saying she went under the knife back in December 2010 shortly after her ’Dancing With The Stars’ exit.
“Yes, it improved the way I look, but this surgery was necessary for medical reasons…so my jaw and teeth could properly realign. I don’t obsess over my face,” she insists.
Palin says she’s happy with her new face. So are we.
“I am absolutely thrilled with the results,” she says. “I look older, more mature, and don’t have as much of a chubby little baby face!”
If you look at the before and after pictures it’s so obvious she had surgery, so I’m glad she actually owned up to it. I don’t agree, however, that it was done for medical reasons. I mean, last time I checked, when doctors did jaw work they also didn’t remove chin fat and give you a prominent jaw line. But hey, I’m no doctor. She looks good though.
If you’ve ever thought to yourself “Poor Heidi Montag is just rolling downhill. Thank God she never did Dancing With the Stars!” you may want to think again.
It turns out Heidi was offered a guest spot on the hit reality show, but she was forced to turn it down due to her contractual obligations with MTV’s The Hills and NBC’S I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
Dontcha hate it when your starring roles on two separate reality shows make it impossible to star on another reality show?
Now that both of Heidi’s contracts are up, it would be a perfect time for her to slip on her dancing shoes…if she hadn’t have gotten those TEN surgeries two years ago, that is!
“[The offer] was before her surgeries and so I’m not sure if she wants to risk it now,” a source explained. “She already took an elbow from a dancer on the set of her song, Overdosin’, and she’s scared of getting hurt.”
The moral of the story: if you want to dance on a hit reality program, DON’T get G-cup breasts because they WILL get in the way and make you crazy paranoid!
Oh Heidi. You never cease to amuse us.
PerezHilton reports that the singer was released this morning from a Munich hospital. His doctor, Dr. Jeorg Tonn explained, “The surgery was the only course of treatment for full recovery and to avoid further paralysis. Bono is now much better, with complete recovery of his motor deficit. The prognosis is excellent, but to obtain a sustainable result, he must now enter a period of rehabilitation.”
For the time being, all upcoming U2 dates have been postponed while Bono recovers.
E! Online is reporting that the 50-year-old musician was originally supposed to meet up with his fellow band members in Salt Lake City for rehearsals on Tuesday, but because of the injury that likely won’t be possible.
“He was admitted to a specialist neuro surgery unit in a Munich hospital,” a statement posted on U2.com says, “…Bono will spend the next few days there, before returning home to recuperate.”
Although not directly said in the statement, it is unlikely that the 360-Degree tour will go on as planned.
“It’s unfortunate that we’re inconveniencing fans,” said Paul McGuinnes, U2’s band manager, “and we will make plans to reinstate these dates as soon as possible.”
More info on Bono’s condition and what will become of the tour will be released in a statement on U2’s website when it is available.
Kiefer Sutherland suffered a health scare that postponed production of his hit series “24″. E! Online is reporting that “Jack Bauer” had a ruptured cyst earlier in the week that resulted in emergency surgery.
“While Kiefer Sutherland is frustrated to miss even one day of work, he and Fox decided together that it would be best to complete this minor elective procedure now as a precaution as opposed to six weeks from now when production wraps,” his representatives tells the LA Times.
Dancing With The Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba says she’s ready to dance again following neck surgery Wednesday, reports E! News. Inaba underwent a procedure to treat her spinal stenosis, a condition that causes narrowing in the space around the spinal cord.
“My back and neck were locked up,” Inaba said. “I have arthritis. I wasn’t able to move pretty much the whole season. It’s nice to have my motion back.”
She said she’s excited to return to dancing. “I have class Monday, Wednesday and Friday. “I’m back to my normal schedule and I can’t wait!”
Former Food Network star and talk-show host Rachael Ray had surgery to remove a benign cyst from her vocal cords, reports Perez Hilton. She had previously cancelled the surgery, opting to begin intense vocal therapy instead.
“According to Rachael’s doctors, the minor, non-invasive procedure was a success and she is already resting at home,” said a representative for the star. “The hardest part for Rachael is going to be giving her voice a rest for the next week or so.”
Ray, who found fame on the show 30 Minute Meals, currently hosts a talk show named after her.
After going under the knife for a weak heart, Robin Williams underwent a successful aortic valve surgery on March 13, and is now recovering at Ohio’s renowned Cleveland Clinic.
“Mr. Williams’ operation went extremely well and we expect him to make a full recovery,” said the hospital’s cardiothoracic surgeon A. Marc Gillinov. “His heart is strong and he will have normal heart function in the coming weeks with no limitations on what he’ll be able to do.”
According to E! News, Williams is already showing signs of his gut-busting sense of humor.
“A couple of hours after surgery, he was entertaining the medical team and making us all laugh,” said his doctor.
Usher’s wife Tameka Raymond was released form Sírio-Libanês Hospital in São Paulo, Brazil on Monday according to E! Online, after an 11-day stay recuperating from a liposuction surgery. Usher had to cancel his Grammy appearance to see his wife in Brazil.
During her Surgery, Raymond suffered both cardiac and respiratory arrest when she was anesthetized for the liposuction procedure. This prompted doctors to place her in an induced coma for approximately 24 hours in order to avoid “unnecessary complications.”
Although Raymond is no longer in the Sírio-Libanês Hospital, it still isn’t clear if she is staying in Brazil or whether she is on route to the United States.
Usher, 30, and Raymond, 37, have yet to release any details regarding Raymond’s condition. The couple recently welcomed their second son in December.
Charlie Sheen’s pregnant wife, Brook Mueller, is doing well after emergency gall bladder surgery earlier this month.
As Mueller is in her first trimester, the surgery was very risky for both her and the baby, E! Online reports. However, she was in such intense pain that the surgery was necessary.
She is recovering so well that she was able to attend the Emmy’s with Sheen on Sunday night.
“Dancing with the Stars” contestant, Cristian de la Fuente, is recovering from surgery to his left arm in his home in Los Angeles.
“Thank you to everyone for their concern and well wishes,” de la Fuente said in a statement to “People” magazine.
Dr. Neal S. Elattrache said he was able to get a “perfect repair of the bicep,” but “Cristian will spend about a week in a splint, then start rehab.” De la Fuente is expected to fully recover in about three months.
Although de la Fuente lost in last week’s “Dancing With the Stars” season finale, the actor, along with dance partner Cheryl Burke, danced their way to the top three.
Although “Dancing with the Stars” contestant, Cristián de la Fuente, may have injured himself pretty badly while performing on the show last week, the television actor says he will still be performing in the show. “This Monday we will be dancing,” said de la Fuente, at the Race to Erase MS gala in Los Angeles. “We have the tango and the mambo.”
Ultimately, even if de la Fuente is able to dance, he will have to undergo surgery. “They have to reattach the tendon to the bone,” he said. “They put you to sleep, do the surgery and then you have a month and a half recovery.” De la Fuente was at the 15th annual Race to Erase MS gala benefiting the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis on Saturday.