Hugh Hefner will be buried next to Marilyn Monroe after buying vault for $75k – Hugh Hefner dead

His son Cooper Hefner, who is chief creative officer at Playboy Enterprises, issued a statement that read, “My father lived an exceptional and impactful life as a media and cultural pioneer and a leading voice behind some of the most significant social and cultural movements of our time in advocating free speech, civil rights and sexual freedom.” “He defined a lifestyle and ethos that lie at the heart of the Playboy brand, one of the most recognizable and enduring in history,” he added.

in the wake of Hugh Hefner’s death, it has been revealed that the Playboy mogul paid $75,000 in 1992 to purchase a crypt in California’s Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery situated next to the one holding Marilyn Marilyn Monroe. But the story has since been met with disdain, observers claiming it to be an invasion of the icon’s burial space considering the pair’s history.

Despite their perceived connection, however, Hefner confessed in 2011 that the pair had never actually met. In truth, Hefner paid $500 for old nude photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken before she was famous, and made them the centrepiece of Playboy’s inaugural issue. He never sought permission from Marilyn Monroe as to their publication.

Marilyn Monroe was the covergirl for the first issue of Playboy Magazine in 1953, which dubbed her the issue’s “Sweetheart of the Month”, a predecessor to the better-known “Playmate of the Month”. The photographs caused a scandal upon the release of the issue, with Marilyn Monroe forced to give an interview in which she sought forgiveness for the shots in an effort to save her then-fledgling career. She explained that they were taken at a time when she was desperately in need of money.

“I’m a believer in things symbolic,” Hefner told the Los Angeles Times in 2009. “Spending eternity next to Marilyn is too sweet to pass up.”

Hefner’s purchasing of Marilyn Monroe’s neighbouring crypt has been met with significant disappointment across social media, with one popular tweet joking that “you can’t even be alone in death without a man coming over and going ‘so, is this seat taken?'”

Hefner, the founder of Playboy, died yesterday from natural causes at the age of 91. Hefner died peacefully at home surrounded by his family, Playboy Enterprises said in a statement.

Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong and Celebs Who Regret Going Under the Knife!

Plastic surgery has been around for so long that it really has no traceable start. The Ancient Greeks and Romans have depictions of cosmetic procedures that occur to correct the deformities that have occurred at birth, such as punishment for a crime, or wounds of war. Of course, there have been constant improvements since the first nose work, but the fact is that even though there were people wanting to look and feel better.

Unless you get a plastic surgeon with top certified, certified card, you can improve your surgery as it appears to be the best possible without anyone knowing that you actually had a surgery, it could save you a terrible case of bad plastic surgery. If done well, with an eye for beauty and professional aesthetics, a breast augmentation may be a good thing. Unfortunately, bad plastic surgery is much more common than you might think.

In fact, the successful results of aesthetic surgery are the exception rather than the rule. So, if you are seriously considering plastic surgery, please beware of possible complications. Now, before you start looking for doctors, you might wonder exactly what may happen so I’m not a victim of plastic surgery gone wrong. Here are some of the signs of stories you need to be in general knowledge.

Bad Face Lifts

Probably the most common case of bad plastic surgery is a lifting procedure. You see, in this procedure, the surgeon pulls the skin of the face excessively horizontally towards the ear usually more than he or she is upright. More often, it creates the skin effect with a narrower appearance than usual in junction points, for example, ears and nose area or in the middle of the face. This can often lead to what many call the effect “blown by the wind.” I think you have the idea, so I will not bother you with the details. The worst part of this type of “plastic surgery went wrong” is that over time, the skin between the accessory points that it can sink can look stranger to age.

Another problem with lifting is that sometimes plastic surgeons can leave visible surgical scars, particularly on the ears, which makes it even more obvious that one had undergone a broken plastic surgery. It is for this reason that sometimes patients end up hanging their hair down all the time after surgery, and they can never find the courage to pull their hair in a horse’s tail or hairstyle for that matter.

Cosmetic Surgery Gone Wrong (Addiction)

Any cosmetic surgery that is repeated too many times almost always ends up as a cosmetic surgery gone wrong. These are done by people who were not satisfied with their previous surgery results and end up spending thousands of dollars on revision surgeries in the hopes of achieving the best possible results. Some celebrities are poster children to this phenomenon and end up having very strange and unnaturally shaped noses (Michael Jackson was a famous example of this.) These people end up being addicted to cosmetic surgeries, and it becomes a vicious cycle for them. Instead of looking and feeling great, some may suffer from inevitable depression and regret for what they have done. These are only some of the many tragic cases of cosmetic surgery gone wrong.

Then there is the more famous cosmetic non-surgical procedure – Botox. This is probably the most popular procedure especially among celebrities in Hollywood. When done right, Botox is a very effective method for reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face as well as on then neck. Before a Botox procedure, the physician examines a patient’s ability to move the facial muscles especially the muscles controlling the brow movement before injecting the Botox into the patient’s face. When the doctor fails to do this and injects the Botox into the wrong facial muscle, voila! you have cosmetic surgery gone wrong. Technically, of course, Botox is a non-surgical procedure. The patient will end up looking shocked all the time, which might appear a bit scary and weird for many people. The great thing though is that this “cosmetic surgery gone wrong” can easily be reversed through another Botox injection, as long as it is done in the correct muscle.

Having discussed a few examples of cosmetic surgery gone wrong, you may now proceed with caution and for God’s sake, do your research before hand! In order for you to prevent this “cosmetic surgery gone wrong” phenomenon, this “perfect doctor” search should your top priority. I know the word perfect may sound a bit too rigid, but trust me, it is exactly what you will need to do. No more mister nice guy (or girl) I say, and do your best in finding the best plastic surgeon available, who has the experience as well as the expertise in performing these procedures. You also need to look for someone who understands that beauty also means looking as natural as you can be. You do not want to end up like that Cat woman, now would you?

You might also spare yourself from unnecessary additional costs from revision surgeries should you find yourself not satisfied with the performance of the two-star doctor you just hired. Take this advice; it’s absolutely free of charge. By then, you can say goodbye to cosmetic surgery gone wrong, and say hello to a new and beautiful you!

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