Julie Chen revealed on The Talk that she resigned herself to getting eye surgery after a racist station manager told her that the good folk of Akron couldn't relate to her droopy eyes. The funny thing is that if you look at the before-and-after surgery pix at 1:22, you'll see she had a hell of a lot more than eye surgery--also her nose and cheekbones. World's tiniest violin, folks.
Wish I had a helpful station manager when I started out.
if she hadn;t done the surgery she would have NEVER nabbed Les Moonves.
I'm sure she was aware that pic would give away the game about the other surgeries she had. Celebs just have to show you old yearbook pics and most don't have to say anything. They can't hide now with that shit being on the internet.
In one old pic, Chen used to look like Sandra Oh.
The station manager who saved her career was in Dayton.
Me Chinese me make joke me put peepee in your coke
Sandra Oh is so getting plastic surgery now.
If Chen regrets the decision couldn't they graft some eyelids back on courtesy of a Chinese cadaver?
Akron? I'm from Akron. I do not remember her. I grew up with many different types of Asian people and no one freaking cares. One of my earliest friends was from Laos (I'm Black, the school was pretty mixed but majority Black). People are always saying you can't make it because you look like this or that, or have some characteristic, yet there are so many exceptions to that rule. You can't listen to them and it certainly doesn't reflect on the people. Some of our longest running news people (like Romona Robinson, in Cleveland) are/were people of color. I can say the same here now that I live in MI. If she did that, she needs to blame the idiot who told her that and blame herself or listening.
I'm not sure the station manager ever existed.
She's ugly either way. She may have changed her eyes, but her views are still slanted.
It's stupid for Asians to get that eyelid surgery because they still look Asian.
Self hate is sad.
The after pictures being used are heavily retouched. In candid photos her nose doesn't look so petite.
Shut up, Julie Fuck Face. Let us know when your Chinese ass can find someone to do a personality transplant, you soulless, boss-fucking hack.
She doesn't even look like the same person. How dare she lie about it.
They had a speeded up video on Wendy Williams that showed the 45 minute make up job Chen gets and it really does change her looks.
Williams came down on the side of no nose job. I still don't know.
But what was hilarious was that after defending her, Williams went on to basically call Chen a man-stealing slut who fucked her way to the top.
This picture has been on "Good Plastic Surgery" for almost 10 years.
Not a newsflash.
I hate Julie Chen's ugly ass. Asians disowned way before she changed her eyes.
Maybe they just couldn't relate to her because she was fugly.
Ever think of that Julie????
She is lying out her ass!
Asians like her make me sad - and most gay Asian males are exactly like her. (Unfortunate for me since I think physically, Asian males are gorgeous!)
No self-confidence, no pride, mindless, white-worshiping, self-loathing beta males... truly a sorry lot.
[quote]Julie denies she had a nose job
Why would she lie about that? She admitted to plastic surgery. And If you saw her walking down the street without make-up you wouldn't recognize her.
CBS interns are posting "it's her real nose" all over the web.
Why the fuck would she lie about a nose job when she admitted to changing her entire racial look?
Oh, I keep forgetting this is DL, a site where "rice queen" is considered an acceptable slur.
It's really funny after reading the faux outrage all summer about Big Brother, Paula Deen, etc...
Julie Chen admitted she had surgery to change her eyes so she'd look less Asian and we're racist? Give intern R28 a bonus.
Makeup contouring is a powerful tool to make someone's nose look smaller. If Julie wanted to take the next step, she could prove to people she'd look the same with her 90s makeup styling. That would be the only way to stop the rumors.
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