Douglas, Gabby

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Gabby Douglas: No Nose Job
Gabby Douglas is an Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast most famous for winning two gold medals at the 2012 London Olympic Summer Games. At the London Games, Douglas made history by becoming the first-ever African-American gymnast to win the prestigious individual all-around title - a title previously bestowed upon famous gymnasts Nadia Comaneci and Mary Lou Retton. At the same Olympic games, Douglas was part of the "Fierce Five" U.S. Olympic women's gymnastics team (alongside teammate McKayla Maroney) which took home the gold medal in the team competition. Subsequently, Douglas would be signed to various endorsement deals, including Kellogg's cereal. Prior to the 2012 Olympics, Douglas had won a team competition gold medal during the 2011 World Gymnastics Championships in Tokyo.

Douglas would also appear at the 2012 MTV Music Award where she and her "Fierce Five" teammates would introduce Alicia Keys before performing. Douglas famously appeared alongside First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Gabby Douglas: Plastic Surgery

While Gabby Douglas (at 18 years old) has not yet had any plastic surgery, she has spoken out about being pressured into getting a rhinoplasty nose job from her former gymnastics coach; a procedure which she opted not to have done.

No Nose Job For Gold Medal Gabby

Gabby Douglas may be a world champ, but life hasn’t always been easy for the Olympic Gold medalist. Before becoming a gymnastic phenomenon, Gabby had her share of her bullying. In a 2012 interview with Vanity Fair magazine, Gabby opened up about the hard times before finding national glory, including being pressured to go under the knife for a nose job. Now 18 years old, Gabby was 16 years old when she received the nickname The Flying Squirrel at the London Olympics. As the first African-American to become individual all around champion, Gabby says that she got a lot of racist commentary...

Read the full article on Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News Blog. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: No Nose Job For Gold Medal Gabby