Plastic surgery has always been a touchy subject in Hollywood.
Even though some of Tinsletown's most famous faces do appear to have been augmented in some fashion, there are still plenty of stars out there who've spoken out against making any changes.
However, The Talk's Julie Chen just revealed a shockingly different photo of herself from her younger years, and confessed about the reasons behind undergoing an operation to make her eyes bigger.
The 43-year-old Chinese-American shared on her show that in the beginning of her career, she was told by a former boss that her features would prevent her from becoming a news anchor.
"I have to live with every decision that I've made," she said. "And it got me to where we are today. And I'm not going to look back."
Let's see who else is opening up about their views on going under the knife.
"Never say never—and I certainly don't judge anyone who does it," she said. "But most of the characters I play are going through some kind of emotional turmoil, so my job requires me to have expression."
"I've never had anything done on my face—I've never had dermabrasion or peels or injections of any kind, nothing."
When asked what she thought about people who do undergo plastic surgery, she explained to Allure magazine, "It's like the uniform of a generation and it's not necessarily beautiful. It's not wrinkled-looking, but it's not beautiful."
Another beautiful star who's outspoken against going against Mother Nature is Olivia Wilde.
The actress told Glamour magazine, "I am so saddened and grossed out by young women who look like creepy, old aliens because of their new Barbie noses and lips."
But it looks like supermodel Cindy Crawford has a more forgiving view on the matter.
The 44-year-old explained to Ladies' Home Journal that she supports antiaging procedures up until a certain point.
"I've tried Botox, but it scares me," Crawford confessed. "Plastic surgery is really scary, but as long as you don't use these things to change your face, I think it's OK."