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Vienna Girardi Got a Nose Job — From Erica Rose’s Father

You can't get cast on The Bachelor unless you're already a looker — and the complaints against Vienna Girardi have rarely been about her body as much as her dramalicious personality.

But Vienna just told Us Weekly she went to Dr. Franklin Rose — father of Erica Rose, Vienna's fellow Bachelor Pad Season 2 contestant — on July 15 for some rhinoplasty.

Why did she get a nose job? "Sometimes our beauty is seen differently from within ourselves than what reflects in society's mirror," Vienna said. "I went through life questioning myself in the mirror, but my reflection smiles now."

Vienna said she's now recuperating in L.A., with Erica and Kasey at her side. "It has only been a few days since my surgery and I'm in a ton of pain but the excitement of seeing my new nose soon is keeping me in good spirits."

It seems like almost every Bachelor contestant already has a boob job by the time they get on the show — and if they don't they get roasted for being flat, a la Ashley Hebert. Fake tans. Fake teeth. Fake hair. And everyone seems to be trying to lose weight, even if they're already a size 4. (For example, a couple of months ago, Us Weekly claimed Vienna lost 20 pounds after the Bachelor and said she still wanted to lose 15 more.)

Why do you think Vienna decided to do this now, a year after her televised breakup with Bachelor Jake Pavelka and a month after shooting BP2? She has love with Kasey and we can't imagine he would ever even hint to not loving every part of her.

What do you think she’ll look like with the new nose? We’ll see her again when they shoot the BP2 finale in September. Will this be a Jennifer Grey situation where we don’t even recognize her?


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07.21.2011 / 05:26 AM EDT by Gina Carbone
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