Never underestimate the power of a game show on television. There are plenty of game shows which offer big prizes and aired daily. It attracts many people to join it and try the game out. They will have fun in competition to win the prize. Luckily, for some people, the fun thing does not stop on the end of the show. Vanna White, who was born as Vanna Marie Rosich, was joining The Price Is Right on 1980. Two years later, she won an audition to be a hostess in similar game show, Wheel of Fortune, replace Susan Stafford. Since then she became the permanent hostess till now. Guiding a game show required to look happy and fresh. How did she manage to maintain her appearance in front of her contestants? Her fresh look leads public suspicion of having plastic surgery procedures done on her appearance.
Did Vanna White Have Plastic Surgery?
On her age of 57, Vanna still looks keen and enthusiastic in guiding the game show. Her fresh look helps her to support her career growth. She never looks tired and stressed. It is a bit unique since the common women on her age are usually having a stressed skin which indicated by the appearance of sagging skin and wrinkles. She could have got facelift to prevent them appearing on her face.
One facial part that can be easily pointed as the result of a plastic surgery is her nose. The fashionable hostess is used to have a bigger nose with wide bridge. But, afterwards it changes thinner and slimmer with more refined at the tip. The only acceptable reason of the drastically changes is the use of rhinoplasty surgery, a procedure to reshape the nose.
The woman who also enthusiast in knitting and crocheting is controlling her wheel of fortune. Vanna is skilled in activating the puzzle board letter in the game than any audition participants. That made her chose to be the permanent hostess for the game for more than 30 years. She has chosen the right surgeon and known the portion on having plastic surgery, so she won’t get overdone. With her natural and fresh look, she could guide the game forever.