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Amanda Bynes wants fourth nose job

Amanda Bynes wants fourth nose job

Jun 23 2013, 11:36am CDT | by

Amanda Bynes is planning to have a fourth nose job. The 27-year-old actress underwent her third procedure on Saturday (06.22.13) but revealed she needs one final surgery to thin out the bridge of...

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Amanda Bynes wants fourth nose job

Jun 23 2013, 11:36am CDT | by

Amanda Bynes is planning to have a fourth nose job.

The 27-year-old actress underwent her third procedure on Saturday (06.22.13) but revealed she needs one final surgery to thin out the bridge of her nose and plans to post a video of her transformation online.

She tweeted: "I made it out of the surgery alive! Haha! I'll post the video soon! I need one more procedure to thin out the bridge of my nose!"

The 'Easy A' star admitted on Sunday (06.23.13) that she is currently obsessed with perfecting her nose and claims to have been born with a "birth defect" that caused skin to grow between her nose and her eyes.

She wrote on Twitter: "My Life Revolves Around My Nose Jobs Until My Nose Is Finshed (Sic)"

The former Nickelodeon star, who recently revealed she had her breast implants removed, had her first nose job in early May and despite initially being happy with the results, she underwent a second procedure in early June and a third on Saturday, to shave down "the bone that forms the bridge of my nose" to increase her confidence.

A source close to the retired actress, who hopes to carve out a new career in the music industry, suggested that she is on the verge of becoming addicted to cosmetic surgery.

The insider explained: "The change in her nose has made Amanda feel so more confident. She's become addicted to the confidence each surgery gives her ... She bemoaned that she stopped working because she was so vain that she didn't like how her nose was looking on camera."

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