More male celebrities are seeking plastic surgery in the UK. But why?
According to Babble, it appears that famous men may be going under the knife to perfect their looks due to peer pressure.
Wondering who may be feeling the need to get cosmetically altered? Singer Robbie Williams revealed he had a hair transplant when it wasn't necessary.
The former "Take That" star confessed to having surgery while talking about living in Los Angeles during a London interview on "The Graham Norton Show."
"I've lived in LA for a long time and they say, 'If you sit in a barber's shop for long enough you will get a hair cut,'" said Williams. "Well, if you live in Los Angeles for long enough you're going to get some surgery."
The singer's admission shocked the other show guests, actress Emma Thompson and comedian Jimmy Carr, reported Babble. Williams has a full head of hair with a white streak, and has had trouble with thinning or receding strands.
The sad truth is that of Williams' peers are also turning to cosmetic procedures.
"X Factor UK" judge, Louis Walsh and football star, Wayne Rooney also had hair transplants. Joining that list of "surgically altered" stars is chef and TV star, Gordon Ramsey, who had chin surgery. In fact, male patients made up 10% of all cosmetic surgery procedures carried out in the UK, according to The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
The newest numbers show another 7% rise in the number of guys having work done.
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