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Marnie Simpson: 'Plastic surgery has ruined my looks'

Marnie Simpson acknowledges that surgery has "ruined her looks" - but that doesn't mean she is planning to steer clear of the surgeon's knife in the future.

Marnie Simpson admits she's "ruined her looks" by having plastic surgery.

The 25-year-old Geordie Shore star is certainly no stranger to going under the surgeon's knife, having had liposuction, a nose job, lip fillers and a boob job in the past.

But Marnie, who has been diagnosed with body dysmorphia, told Closer magazine in a new interview that while she couldn't recognise she was doing anything wrong as she did it, she now realises she overdid things.

"I know I went overboard with my lips; and with liposuction, I felt like I'd been in a car crash afterwards. I was left with all these limps and bumps. I thought, 'Why have I done this?' I've ruined my looks," she told the publication.

Marnie is known for her body confidence, showing off her figure by stripping off regularly on Geordie Shore and also during her appearance on Celebrity Big Brother last year.

However, the pretty brunette confesses that while she can acknowledge the down sides to surgery, she is still planning to have more procedures in the future.

"I always find things wrong with me and it's taking all my willpower not to have any more surgery," she confessed. "I've had all the lip filler removed, but I want my chin shaved for a more chiselled look - though I don't want to end up like a robot and ruining my looks even further."

Marnie isn’t alone in her love for surgery though; Charlotte Crosby was recently slammed by fans for her unrealistic looking "duck pout", while Holly Hagan is completely unrecognisable from her previous appearance thanks to various surgical procedures and dramatic weight loss.

Vicky Pattison is the only former female member of the cast who appears to have resisted the lure of surgery, telling MTV previously: "It's not for me".

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