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Aww, how Micheal Jackson would have looked without surgery (photos)

1979: An apparently confident 20-year-old Jackson shows off his new nose. Ashamed to admit he just wanted a smaller nose, he claimed he’d had an operation after breaking it during a dance rehearsal. However, he wasn’t satisfied with this result — Dr Steven Hoefflin, who performed a second nose job to correct the original operation, said that he was left with breathing difficulties and ‘required further work’ 

A new TV documentary titled “The 10 Faces Of Michael Jackson”  has revealed how Micheal Jackson would have looked like without the surgeries. 

He started out modestly enough — by
just wanting a different nose. In the end, after up to 100 procedures, he was
desperately trying to repair the damage done by reckless and botched operations
and injections.
Michael Jackson, surely the most
infamous example of the perils of cosmetic surgery, spent 30 years trying to
achieve his idea of perfection.
Some friends said he was modelling
himself on Diana Ross, others that he just wanted to obliterate all resemblance
to his hated father.

 

In the documentary which showed a computer
generated image of how the legend would have looked at 55, his sister, Latoya said “Despite this success at the early age of 19, he loathed his
appearance.
According to La Toya, Michael was especially distressed
by his nose and would say: ‘It’s too big, I want to get it done.’ 
Ashamed to admit he just wanted a smaller nose, he claimed he’d
had an operation after breaking it during a dance rehearsal. 
However, he
wasn’t satisfied with this result — Dr Steven Hoefflin, who performed a
second nose job to correct the original operation, said that he was
left with breathing difficulties and ‘required further work’
 1995: Jackson, 37, is extremely pale thanks to frequent skin bleaching by a dermatologist and heavy use of make-up. He has also started to wear wigs. His friend, illusionist Uri Geller, asked why he was changing his appearance. Geller says he replied: ‘I don’t want to look like my father.’ By now Michael was married to Elvis’s daughter Lisa Marie Presley. They separated the following year2002: He has taped his nose, apparently to stop fluid from botched surgery from leaking into his mouth. He wore the tape at all times during this period. Leading rhinoplasty surgeon Dr Pamela Lipkin said: ‘I think something in his nose, a graft, an implant, has now come out through the skin and that’s why he’s probably got a hole in his skin. He has what we call an end-stage nose, one that’s beyond the point of no return'
After a fourth or fifth nose job, his nostrils started to assume a
triangular look. (In 1992 he was spotted wearing a prosthetic nose tip
to try to cover up the botched results of the surgery.) 
He had a new
dimple in his chin and had chin implants to make it larger. 
He
started to look whiter — he later claimed this was a consequence of the
skin condition vitiligo.
He also started to wear
wigs. His friend, illusionist Uri Geller, asked why he was changing his
appearance. 
Geller says he replied: ‘I don’t want to look like my
father.’ 
As at 2002, he had taped
his nose, apparently to stop fluid from botched surgery from leaking
into his mouth. He wore the tape at all times during this period. 
 Leading rhinoplasty surgeon Dr Pamela Lipkin said: ‘I think something in
his nose, a graft, an implant, has now come out through the skin and
that’s why he’s probably got a hole in his skin. He has what we call an
end-stage nose, one that’s beyond the point of no return’
2009: Jackson, 50, was in debt to the tune of £350 million. He announced a surprise tour called This Is It. His friend Dr Allen Klein said: ‘It got to the point where his nose was far too thin. It didn’t look natural to me. I rebuilt it using fillers.’ He is missing part of his ear — the cartilage having been used to rebuild his face. He died of a cardiac arrest in June before the tour after being given drugs to help him sleep

Body
dysmorphic disorder expert Dr Eda Gorbis — who believes Jackson was
suffering from the illness, where sufferers have a distorted view of
their appearance — has claimed he had as many as 100 procedures.
Eventually his original features were almost completely obliterated, as was his ethnicity.
But
the documentary’s most heartbreaking revelation is a computer-generated
image of how the star could have looked had he left his face alone — an
attractive, contented black man with a warm smile.
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