Carol Burnett’s Plastic Surgery (Chin Implants) – See Transformation
There is no doubt Carol Burnett has had plastic surgery, more specifically, a chin implants. What do you think of the TV show host’s enhanced appearance? Read all about her plastic surgery and body measurements below.
Biography - Who is Carol Burnett?
Hosted The Carol Burnett Show on CBS for a decade after winning Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe Awards for her work in various genres.
She worked as an usherette and hat-check girl while living in a boarding house for women pursuing an careers in acting, and starred in the theater hit Once Upon a Mattress.
She appeared on The Twilight Zone as Agnes Grep in an episode titled “Cavender Is Coming” and appeared in Get Smart as “Ozark” Annie Jones in an episode titled “One of Our Olives Is Missing.”
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Carol Burnett, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.69 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)|
Carol Burnett has admitted having chin implants as she desperately wanted fuller chins while her use of facelift was the only way she could get rid of the wrinkles that were beginning to attack her face. She feels very much happy that her plastic surgery procedures made her look more attractive and beautiful and she also stated that she sees nothing wrong if a woman decides to take good care of her body.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Carol Burnett done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
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Quotes by Carol Burnett
"Everybody I know who is funny, it's in them. You can teach timing, or some people are able to tell a joke, though I don't like to tell jokes. But I think you have to be born with a sense of humor and a sense of timing."
"Edgy is fine - I'm not a prude by any stretch of the imagination - but what's wrong with a good ol' belly laugh? I miss that."
"It's also selfish because it makes you feel good when you help others. I've been helped by acts of kindness from strangers. That's why we're here, after all, to help others."
"Originally, I came from Texas, and we lived on - I guess you'd call it welfare, what we called relief."
"I don't watch sitcoms. I really don't. My problem with them is they take so long to film them that there's no spontaneity. I want to see that."