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Bachelor Star Vienna Girardi gets Nose Job for “Confidence”



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Vienna Girardi has opened up about her recent rhinoplasty procedure. She confessed to going under the surgeon’s knife in an attempt to have more confidence in the way she looks and feel happier about her appearance.

The Bachelor Pad star Girardi revealed that she had the surgery on July 15 and is still recovering.

She decided to undergo the surgery because she thought it would give her more confidence in herself and the way she looks. Vienna said she questioned herself when she looked in the mirror and did not like what she saw. However, following the nose job surgery, she’s now looking forward to seeing her reflection when she is fully healed.

Right now, Girardi explained that it has only been a few days since her surgery and she confessed to being “in a ton of pain.” But she is keeping her spirits up by looking forward to seeing her new nose. She hopes that will increase her confidence and improve the way she feels about herself.

The rhinoplasty was performed by Dr. Franklin Rose, the plastic surgeon father of her Bachelor Pad 2 co-star Erica Rose.

Girardi said that Erica and boyfriend Kasey Kahl are taking good care of her while she recovers from the surgery.

This is not the first time the 25-year-old has reinvented her appearance. She unveiled a new look in September 2010 to mark a “new beginning” in her life following her split from former fiancé Jake Pavelka earlier that year.

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