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“The statistics show ever-increasing numbers of younger patients,” Franklin Rose tells CultureMap, “so while the special focuses on celebrity plastic surgery, I am interviewed on the cultural influence on younger people.”
Erica Rose, Dr. Franklin Rose, and Cindi Rose
Dr. Rose was interviewed for the Primetime slot alongside two patients, the 17-year-old Tracy Karp, who received a rhinoplasty, and 19-year-old Caitlin Clemmins.
“I gave her a beautiful breast augmentation,” Rose says. “We took her from an A cup to a full C cup when she was 19.”
The special explores the appropriateness of young people going under the knife, but Rose argues that he only selects patients who are emotionally stable, and stand to benefit from the self-esteem boost.
Bachelor Pad’s Ella Nolan Shows off her New Nose & Body by Dr. Franklin Rose
“Ella Nolan may have won that kissing contest, but she apparently wasn’t feeling too hot about herself while she watched it.” Says ‘So True? So False? at E-Online.
The veteran reality star — she appeared on the Jake season of the “Bachelor” last year before returning to the tube for “Bachelor Pad” — apparently wasn’t happy about how she appeared on screen: “TV magnifies all your flaws, and seeing my profile really bothered me.”
“After a 5½-hour operation that included rhinoplasty, breast implants and liposuction to slim her tummy, hips and thighs, Ella Nolan couldn’t be happier with her new body! “TV magnifies all your flaws, and seeing my profile really bothered me,” the single mom, who’s made it to the season finale, admits in an exclusive interview with Life & Style, on newsstands now. “And I’ve always wanted my breasts done. Before I got pregnant with my son, Ethan, about 10 years ago, my boobs were fabulous. They haven’t been the same since.”
Prepping for Surgery with Dr. Franklin Rose
Her plastic surgeon, Dr. Franklin Rose, who is also the dad of Ella’s fellow contestant Erica Rose, tells Life & Style that everything went smoothly. “We removed 3 liters of fat from her hips, thighs and lower abdomen,” Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Rose says. “That should bring her down at least four dress sizes. Her breasts, a small B, were enlarged to a large C-small D.”
Her transformation has been called “Heidi Montag-ish” by the Huffington Post and others, but we think her transformation is beautiful, and natural looking! What’s MOST important is that Ella is happy with her decision!
“I got everything I wanted. I feel incredible,” Ella says about her transformation, which she revealed at a photo shoot for Life & Style on Sept. 4. “I can’t stop touching my new boobs!”
[Photography by Michael Williams]
See Vienna Girardi's Nose Before & After Surgery by Dr. Rose
Last Monday’s Bachelor Pad Finale Revealed Vienna & Ella’s New Looks in Addition to the Winner: In case you missed it, you may view the final episode here on ABC.com.
For a full look inside Ella’s surgeries, pick up this week’s issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.
Houston Celebrity Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Franklin Rose and Cindi Harwood Rose flew into New York for a family event that had them partying it up with the top stars on Broadway on February 27, 2012. They spent the evening hanging out with Grammy and Tony award winning Book of Mormon star Andrew Rannels. Franklin and Cindi were in town for Broadway Belts for Pulmonary Fibrosis and spent the evening rubbing shoulders with Oscar winning actorJoel Grey, Julie Halston, Tony nominee Adam Pascal (Memphis), Robert Creighton (Anything Goes), Lindsay Mendez (Godspell), Betsy Wolfe (Encores! Merrily We Roll Along), Heidi Blickenstaff (Now. Here. This.), and Julia Murney (Queen of the Mist/Wicked). Word has it that Andrew Rannels is slated to play a lead role in a new NBC sitcom in Fall 2012.
Julie Halston, star of the show, Anything Goes became a spokesperson for Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation when her husband became ill with the disease. The gathering of Broadway’s best performers raised more than $50,000.
“My best Valentine’s memory was when my husband and I got engaged in Aspen 30 years ago, and it was also my worst. We were en route by plane to visit his mom and dad, and he asked me to marry him before he asked them. His father was thrilled, and so was his sister, who said, “I will gain a wonderful sister-in-law.” Then, my (future) mother-in-law said, “Weddings are funerals, so I will wear a black dress.” I ran into a guest room and cried. Seven years later, after we had married, we separated and then divorced. Then, again, on a Valentine’s Day, he asked me once again to marry him! We ran to Vegas, and had so much fun getting married there, just the two of us. We have been married now over 14 more years. I must say, I now love my mother-in-law and she loves me. She was afraid of losing her baby boy, and in her mind, our wedding was a death. I can also say that love is better the second time around, and lucky me, to the same wonderful person, who is father of our only two children, Erica Rose 28, and Ben Harwood Rose, 26.
My funniest Valentine was when I was divorced, and wanted my children, who were then 4 and 6, to be with me on Valentine’s Day. I was 36, but found someone 10 years younger, who was like a kid himself. We went to AstroWorld, and rode the rides with my children, and some of their friends. My children thought this is what you do on Valentine’s Day — go to an amusement park, eat junk and ride rides. One of their friends ate too much candy, threw up while on the roller coaster and it splattered all over into the air.”
When it comes to Cupid’s arrow, sometimes his aim is hit or miss. More of Houston’s most recognizable sweethearts share their most memorable Valentine’s Day stories that are guaranteed to warm your heart: