Chloe Ferry wants another nose job
- Bang Showbiz
- 26 October 2016
Chloe Ferry would like to have another rhinoplasty because she's still not happy with her nose
Chloe Ferry wants to have another nose job.
The 'Geordie Shore' star only went under the knife to alter her snout earlier this year but still doesn't feel content with the way it looks and has gone back to her surgeon to discuss having another rhinoplasty to make sure she eventually gets the desired shape.
She explained: "I want a second nose job. I'm not happy with my first and I don't like it at all. The way I pictured my nose in my head is not what I feel now. I feel like I need another one and I am going to get it. I didn't rush into the first but its not what I wanted."
The 21-year-old beauty has undergone numerous lip fillers, eyebrow-lift injections, veneers and Botox since she first joined the boozy show at the age of just 19 but she has admitted, despite the heavy criticism she's received, she has no regrets.
Speaking to the MailOnline, she said: "I don't have any regrets. I feel like I look a lot better now. I don't like natural. When I see before and after pictures I think I've changed so much. When I see pictures from when I first went to 'Geordie Shore', I think: 'Woah. Was I that ugly?' I wasn't gorgeous! [...]
"It doesn't bother me what people say. I think if you don't like something and you've got the money just do it. If you can afford it just do it if its gonna make you happy."
However, the brunette babe hasn't always had the money to waste on surgery as she was battling with money issues before she joined the MTV programme in 2013.
She said: "Before I did 'Geordie Shore', I had no money and I couldn't afford to get to college then I went on 'Geordie Shore' and got my lips done. That's what I wanted.
"I wanted my lips more than college. My lips are my best bit. They're very natural now. My mum said I need to stop but now she doesn't say anything. I'm way past the natural look. I'm about in Africa now with the natural look I'm never coming back."