Chloe Khan is happy to flaunt the results after undergoing nose surgery.
The reality star – famed for appearances on shows such as X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother – confirmed reports that she had a secret rhinoplasty when she posted pictures of her bandaged nose to her followers on Instagram. Many of Chloe’s fans even commented on how great she looked, with one individual writing: “Your nose looks amaaaaazing.”
Of course, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to learn that Chloe has gone under the knife again. That’s because the 26-year-old has always been open about her fondness of cosmetic procedures. In fact, just last year she boasted about having spent £50,000 to achieve her jaw-dropping image. She told New! magazine: “I’m not addicted to surgery, but when you have something done and you love the results, it makes you want to get something else.”
The star added: “In my circles, surgery isn’t weird. It’s like going for dinner! I love looking like a Barbie and being out of proportion. I’ve spent about £20k on my boobs, £9k on my nose, £8.5k on veneers, and my lips were another £10k. So about £50k in total.”
Chloe has previously been very open about her love of celebrity culture. This admiration of other famous faces was certainly clear when it was revealed that she’d had two of her boob jobs performed by the same surgeon who operated on Katie Price.
Likewise, Chloe has probably been inspired by Simon Cowell. Long time fans will remember that it was Simon who Chloe desperately tried to impress when she first shot to stardom as a contestant on X Factor in 2010. Simon, of course, has also been open about the work he’s had done. In 2015, the talent show judge told The Daily Mirror: “Hopefully I look better now – I probably did have a little too much Botox a couple of years ago, because everyone on TV has it.”
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