Top 10 worst celebrity faces
UK based cosmetic treatment review website The Good Surgeon Guide has conducted a survey to find out which celebrity face the British considered most unattractive and why.
The likes of model Janice Dickinson, singer Cher, actress Melanie Griffith, and designer Donatella Versace are among the top ten celebrities with worst faces. Rock veteran Iggy Pop has topped the list.
I wasn’t shocked by the results. It is sad to think that some people value appearance more so than talents and achievements,” Christiana Clogg, founder of The Good Surgeon Guide, said. “Donatella Versace is a successful business woman, but due to unfortunate surgery she isn’t viewed as a role model.
More than 1,300 people have been polled and asked the multi answer question, ‘Why does this person have an unattractive face?’ The voters were also asked why this or that celebrity couldn’t be considered a role model. 42% agreed that pop singer Cher was not a role model as she had “undergone too much surgery”.
TELL ME, do you also think these people are ugly?
Top 10 worst celebrity faces are:
1. Iggy Pop – 69%
2. Jodie Marsh – 64%
3. Donatella Versace – 61%
4. David Guest – 58%
5. Cher – 56%
6. Pete Burns – 52%
7. Mickey Rourke – 47%
8. Jackie Stallone – 43%
9. Janice Dickinson – 39%
10. Melanie Griffith – 37%
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