Kaley Cuoco had a nose job, got breast implants & has ‘a filler’ in her neck


Kaley Cuoco covers the new issue of Women’s Health. The cover confused me, because I didn’t think Kaley’s hair was this long. Extensions? Wiglet? Or have I just not paid enough attention to her hair recently? Anyway, the photos are the least interesting part. In the interview, Kaley drops some truth bombs about what she’s gotten done. Her list is pretty short, but still… she’s pretty honest, so I believe that this is probably all she’s gotten done. A few years back, she admitted to getting breast implants when she was 18 years old. Now she says that the implants weren’t her only augmentation – she also got a nose job “years ago.” And she still gets filler “in a line in my neck.” Some highlights from the interview:

Plastic surgery: “Years ago, I had my nose done. And my boobs—best thing I ever did. Recently I had a filler in a line in my neck I’ve had since I was 12. As much as you want to love your inner self…I’m sorry, you also want to look good. I don’t think you should do it for a man or anyone else, but if it makes you feel confident, that’s amazing.”

Her go-to workouts: “I used to not enjoy working out and I found something that I love and it is yoga. I absolutely love it. Sometimes do I want to get up and do it in the morning—no. But when I get out, I feel like a million bucks. I tried spinning, I tried running, I tried yoga, I tried Pilates. I realized I don’t like running…I refuse to do it. I like spinning, so I try to mix that in. When I found hot yoga, I fell in love with it and was like, this is my thing.”

Her diet: “When I wake up, I have the same little bit of peanut butter on toast every morning,” she says. For lunch, she’ll grab half of a sandwich, and when it comes to dinner, Kaley says she’ll eat fish, such as salmon, and vegetables.

Fish is the only meat she’ll do: “No more meat, I’m like, done,” she says. And like the rest of us, she also gets late-night cravings. When those hunger pangs hit, she curbs them with a healthy snack, like an apple and peanut butter. Another way she stays healthy and happy: Indulging her cravings from time to time. “Tonight I’ll be going to In-N-Out and doing one of their grilled cheeses, massive fries, and a shake. That’d be a cheat for me.”

Working hard to stay fit: “Bottom line is, you know, I’m not 21 anymore. It used to be so easy, I didn’t have to do as much. Now, it’s part of my day—working out is part of my day, eating right is part of my day.”

Success doesn’t come overnight: “I don’t think success comes over night. I’ve been doing this for over twenty years and it’s been a long road. If you really want it you’ve got to go for it, but that’s for anything … it takes a lot of work and a lot of drive and a lot of patience.”

[From Women’s Health & E! News]

I feel like if you’re that concerned about a line on your neck, you need something better to occupy your time. But I’m saying that as someone who does not work in front of a camera. I was recently professionally photographed and it was one of the most painful experiences of my year (seriously). I could barely look at the photos. I saw every flaw. So, yes, I can totally see how an actress or model would start obsessing about that one little flaw – a line on their neck – and feel the need to inject their neck with fillers.

As for “I’m not 21 anymore,” yeah, I feel her. Once your early 20s wear off, your metabolism shifts. It sucks. Although I think I’m healthier now than I was in my mid-20s, for what it’s worth.


Photos courtesy of Women’s Health.

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  1. Kitten says:

    Fish isn’t “meat” though?

    Never knew she had a nose job.

    • paolanqar says:

      it is nice too see that she had something done to suit her facial features without going totally Hollywood. I believe that she did it for herself because I can’t tell the difference from before and after.

      Now I wish she fixed those eyebrows. Those sperm eyebrows are so ugly.

      • shoochai says:

        Yes. Those eyebrows…

      • aenflex says:

        Agree, her work has been tastefully executed and she does not appear ‘homogeneous’. I noticed the lines in her neck on BBT, and if I had those I’d get rid of them too.

    • Felice. says:

      Fish is practically a vegetable- Ron Swanson

    • V4Real says:

      Please tell me she doesn’t play one of the smart ones on The Big Bang Theory.

  2. escondista says:

    At least she just admits what she had done rather than, “Just lucky genes I guess!! TEEHEE!”

  3. Nancy says:

    Filler for the line on her neck. OMG….this women annoys me to no end. So how was it renting out Superman? I wish I could say something positive, but did you read the interview. She’s a blonde Kardashian.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      If it’s a line she’s had since she was 12 years old, it’s probably substantial and enough to look wonky in photos. So she used a filler for it. No harm, no foul.

      • Nancy says:

        I guess they do this stuff when they’re young so it looks more natural as they age. This is not the world I live in, so go for it I guess.

    • Squiggisbig says:

      If she were a blonde kardashian she would have just said she went through puberty.

  4. detritus says:

    I really enjoy how open she is about it all. It’s refreshing, and I like her stance on plastic surgery.

  5. Juls says:

    I started running a few months ago, at 34. I had never been a runner. Well, started out walking and built up to running 5 miles 5-6 days a week. I love it. It is a part of my day. Im in better shape than i was 10 years ago for sure. Except the past 2 weeks I haven’t been able to because of all the smoke where I live (the south is burning, probably mother nature’s F U to my state for voting overwhelmingly for Trump). And I’m literally in agony because I miss my morning run. Probably gonna have to start from scratch when the smoke clears. I guess that’s a metaphor for our world now, also.

    • Angelica says:

      High five! I also just started running at 30. Never cared for it, got winded after 30 seconds, that sort of thing, but it’s going well. I’m in Texas, land of the “hell naw, y’all ain’t takin’ my guns/canon/bazooka. Obamacare, hell naw I don’t care for no Obama! And Tomi Lahren is a goddess, by the way.” I feel ya!

  6. Mari says:

    I don’t care what she’s had done. It’s refreshing that she’s at least honest about it, which is a far cry from most Hollywood women who say they just drink lots of water and eat tofu. Can we not build other women up? She looks great.

    • detritus says:

      I so much prefer this to burka wearing supermodels claiming ‘its all natural’ and others saying they are super toned and fit because of their kids.

    • perplexed says:

      Yeah I prefer this honesty to what Priyanka Chopra was saying about eating hamburgers all the time.

  7. Clare says:

    How do people survive on ‘half of a sandwich’ for lunch after toast and peanut butter for breakfast? I mean, I appreciate she is being honest, and she probably doesn’t do work that requires her brain to be firing on all cylinders during the day…but…I can’t comprehend how a woman who is 5’6 can be satiated with that amount of food. Maybe it is a really big sandwich? Or maybe I’m just greedy 🙂

    • Emily says:

      A few celebs have admitted in interviews that they’re basically always hungry. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s the norm in that industry.

    • kimbers says:

      Some people have stretched out their stomachs by over eating through out the years. Crazy portion sizes contributed. Other people have smaller stomachs bc they dont eat huge meals, so they eat a portion size and are content.

      People dont lie about portion control being a problem in the US.

      • Lex says:

        Oh yeah I was astounded at portion size in the US. Canada wasn’t nearly as bad (I just went to both for the first time last year).

        I saw a little girl order a mac and cheese (normal adult portion, not kids meal). She ate probably 7-8 mouthfuls of the bucket of pasta on her plate and they took the rest ‘to go’. The food left surely would feed a family of 4 (as side to proper food) for probably 3 meals. I was gobsmacked.

        I am calorie counting at the moment and am happily subsiding on approx 1200 calories and I am always satiated but if you saw the amount of food, you’d think I was barely eating…
        Modern people have gotten into the habit of putting something in their mouth far too often and feel that being hungry is some unnatural state. A lot of the time when you’re hungry, you’re actually just thirsty.

    • pinetree13 says:

      I also was surprised at that. Because I’m thin (usually) and 5’6″ and I eat WAAAYYY more than that. Though I generally skip breakfast because I’m always running late. But if I eat at subway for lunch I’m eating a foot long with chips and pop.

    • Snowflake says:

      Yes, I was wondering that too. I’m that height, there is no way I could do that

  8. Scal says:

    She had a really subtle nose and boob job, so good for her? She still looks like herself, and she only went up to a small B/C cup so it fits her frame and doesn’t look weird.

  9. Allie B. says:

    I have a low appetite, but I’m a healthy weight. I am never hungry in the morning so I literally force myself to have a smoothie and a piece of toast. I don’t like eating full meals in the middle of the day so lunch is also very light, 4 sushi rolls or a taco and an apple. That carries me through the day. I eat full meals at 6 pm. That’s where the fun is.

  10. Andrea says:

    I would like to get back where as women love ourselves for who we are. I don’t see that happening anytime soon sadly…

    • Otaku Fairy says:

      I’ve always felt that people can love themselves without liking everything about their physical appearances.

  11. Jenn4037 says:

    She is in an industry where looks are everything. She projects a healthy attitude and I agree a refreshing honesty. I can’t fault her for having work done and I’m glad she doesn’t seem obsessed with tweaking. I like her.

  12. sayy says:

    I love when those who identify as trans want to get plastic they become heros to feminists and when women do it their intelligence and worth is critiqued to hell by feminists.

  13. Happy21 says:

    She kinda bugs me but out of all celeb bodies, hers is the one I envy. Always have. She’s not super skinny, she’s not super fit, she has muscles in her legs, and realistic looking arms and well her boobs don’t look entirely fake. But the line on the neck thing really annoys me. Really? I’ve had this deep line on my forehead that has been there since I can remember (in my teens probably) and I just live with it. But then again I’m not under the scrutiny of a camera for my job either…

  14. KiddVicious says:

    I thought she’d had a nose job. And that line in her neck was odd. I’m sure IRL I wouldn’t have noticed it on her, but on TV it seemed magnified and it made her neck look thicker/short, something weird. I have no idea why I had fixated on it, but once I noticed it I saw it ALL the time.

  15. Penelope says:

    I like her–she’s honest about what she’s had done and generally seems like a nice person.

  16. Amanda DG says:

    Hey at least she is honest about it and did it for herself. I say good for her! If I had the money, I’d probably get some work done too!

  17. Twinkle says:

    And yet, she’s still butter.

  18. Neil says:

    She was never a “stunning” beauty but she had a lovely smile and she was certainly pretty enough not to be needing work done. Of course she would probably tell me she didn’t need it but wanted it. Same difference as far as I am concerned because if you don’t need it and you’re contemplating getting the amount of work done she got then that should of set off some alarm bells. Rich people’s problems!

  19. I think she sends a great message here about plastic surgery, it shouldn’t be secret, it shouldn’t be taboo and if you really want something then you shouldn’t feel ashamed about it.