Ashley Tisdale gets a nose job

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Ellie thinks that High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale is absolutely beautiful. I think she's quite pretty as well and always appreciated that fact that she was not what some might consider classically beautiful. By that I mean her nose isn't Barbie-doll perfect. It has character, and to me it is a big part of what makes her attractive. At least it was.

The next time we see her, Ashley Tisdale might very well have a Barbie-doll perfect face. She's had a nose job that she claims was necessary for health reasons. "Growing up I always knew I had a deviated septum on the right side of my nose, which caused trouble breathing," she told PEOPLE. "The older I got, the worse it got. I went to get it checked out, and the doctor told me the septum was 80 percent deviated and that I had two small fractures on my nose."

She knows that she is role model to lots of young girls and stresses that she didn't do this for vanity. "I didn't do this because I believe in plastic surgery. I did this to help my health. I literally almost could not breathe out of the right side of my nose," she says. "I want my fans to know the truth. I'm not someone who is going to act like I had nothing done. I just want to be honest because my fans are everything to me."

I just hope a perfect nose doesn't ruin her career the way it did Jennifer Grey's.
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