May 15, 2011 08:00 AM by Allyson Wells
Former Dancing with the Stars finalist Bristol Palin has a new show, and now she also has a new face! Bristol is admitting to having a surgical procedure, which has altered her appearance in a major way. Keep reading to find out why she did it!
Bristol denies that she has plastic surgery, but instead a surgical procedure for reconstructive jaw surgery. She told US Weekly she has the jaw surgery in December for health-related reasons. “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 also says that she lost five pounds, which makes the new jaw look even slimmer.
Palin is thrilled with the results, but denies she would get actual plastic surgery. “Only unless I got in an accident or something terrible and got disfigured.” As for what she thinks of her new look, Bristol says “I look older, more mature, and I don’t have as much of a chubby little baby face.”
Bristol will be debuting her new face on her new reality show on the BIO network. The show will also feature Dancing with the Stars finalist and her friend, Kyle Massey, along with his brother, Chris Massey. The three will be living together and showcase the challenges of raising a newborn. The trio will be living in Los Angeles, as Bristol attempts to balance motherhood along with working for a charity.
What do you think of Bristol’s new face?
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