TV Show Hosts Hate Report On Cosmetic Surgery (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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Good Day DC co-hosts Maureen Umeh and Wisdom Martin (pictured above on the far left and far right) could not mask their displeasure during a cosmetic surgery segment on Sept. 1 (video below).

The "Good Day DC" show was discussing an article from the Daily Mail about cosmetic surgeon Dr. Julian De Silva, who came up with the most desirable female face based on the most requested celebrity facial features by 1,000 female patients.

De Silva, who is based in London, included Kate Middleton's "mathematically perfect" nose, Keira Knightly's eyes, Jennifer Lopez's eyebrows, Penelope Cruz's lips, Angelina Jolie's cheeks, Reece Witherspoon's skin, Miley Cyrus' forehead, Selina Gomez's chin and Cher's jaw line.

The ho-hum reactions of the show's hosts went viral on Twitter, notes

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"Shout out to @MaureenUmehFox5 & @WisdomFOX5 because their faces delivered ALL truth! #GoodDayDC #MyAnchors."

Back at the Daily Mail, De Silva said:

You will often have a consultation with a patient who will present you with a picture of a well-known person and will say: "I want to look like that." Obviously the challenge for me is to look at their facial proportions and advise whether this will be a good look for them after surgery.

Thankfully, a lot of the time, it works very naturally to replicate a nose like the Duchess of Cambridge's or eyelids similar to Keira Knightley's. But on other occasions we do have to amend the plans because there are limits to how far you can improve what nature has given you.

Most patients are pretty realistic in their objectives. They know that a new nose is not going to make them look like Kate Middleton. But a nose like Kate's might perfectly complement the rest of their features and give them a much more beautiful face.

What is wrong with wanting to look like your favorite star?

It helps cosmetic surgeons to quickly establish exactly what a patient wants. These are the most beautiful women in the world - who wouldn't want to look like that?

Sources: WTTG,, Daily Mail / Photo credit: Good Day DC via YouTube

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