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Girls Gone Plastic: Chloe Lattanzi

by ncoles   April 28, 2008 at 11:30AM  |  Views: 1,075

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I just caught Chloe Lattanzi on an episode of MTV’s new show Rock The Cradle and it's obvious that this girl has spent some major time and money on a plastic surgeon's operating table.  Chloe is the daughter of Olivia Newtown-John and has been singing for years and according to her MTV biography:

At 16, Chloe was signed to Festival Mushroom under Warner Records. Over the next six years, she continuously wrote songs, developed as a producer and found her own sound. Now, at the age of 22, she has almost completed her debut album, No Pain.

I’m no musician, but that seems like an incredibly long time to write and produce an album. What I like about Chloe is that she’s a little freaky and she knows it - she even sang Korn’s “Freak on a Leash” on last week’s show. She’s also freaky looking. I can’t  decide if she's cute or if she looks like Marilyn Manson. Then I found this photo of her on awfulplasticsurgery.com:

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From the looks of it she’s definitely had something pumped into her lips as well as having her eyes and nose altered. This is a sad state of affairs as Chloe looked cute as a youngster. It must be tough growing up with fame fortune and being able to ask your mom for anything, even if it's a new nose for Christmas. I wonder what she'll get this year?

Check out more photos of Chloe in Spike’s Chloe Lattanzi photo gallery or catch Chloe’s latest performance on Rock The Craddle where she got all freaky.

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