Bigger is better in Hollywood, but there are some celebrities who've bucked the bustline trend and opted to reduce their breasts instead of getting the ever-popular implants.
Nicole Eggert Of 'Baywatch'
Baywatch star Nicole Eggert took her implants out once she retired her red swimsuit, complaining she "hated" them and they looked "hideous."
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Weird but true: Courtney Love kept her implants as souvenirs after having them removed, but in 2002, one of her dogs ate one and died. Love later admitted they were "bootleg ones from Mexico" and she didn't know what was in them.
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Denise Richards' chest took a few tries to get right. She decided to downsize her D-size breasts and correct past surgeries at the same time around 2009. She admitted to having several surgeries before that.
After refusing to comment for years, Victoria Beckham finally admitted to having had implants to Allure. "I don't have them any more," she told the mag, revealing that she had them taken out in 2009
Heidi Montag went from an F to a C cup in November 2013 after her implants began to be displaced in her body. "They felt like bowling balls on my chest," she's said.
Drew Barrymore & date outside Trinity nightclub in L.A.
Who knew? Drew Barrymore had a breast reduction at the age of 17 to size down her DD breasts. "I really love my body and the way it is right now," she later said.
Jenna Jameson backstage at the Max Azria fall fashion show in NYC
Jenna Jameson celebrated her retirement from the porn industry by removing her implants in 2007. "When I had implants, I felt uncomfortable," she explained.
Sharon Osbourne has revealed that she had her implants removed in 2011 after a scary incident where her implant leaked into the wall of her stomach.
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"Implants were something I thought I wanted when I was younger," Glee star Heather Morris revealed in 2011. But after she got them, she said, "It hurt a lot and I didn't like always being in pain so they had to go!"
Daddy's little girl Kimberly Stewart got her breasts done at the age of 18. Seven years later, she had them removed and gave them to pal Jack Osbourne as a gift.
The implants Jenny McCarthy got at age 19 later turned out to be overkill. She has admitted to getting them replaced with smaller ones to "fit into normal dress sizes."
Queen Latifah downsized her "E or F" breasts to double Ds in the early 2000s after losing weight. Just a few years later, she admitted she regretted taking so much off.
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Roseanne had a breast reduction, like Latifah, after weight loss left her sagging. "They were like French bread," she said in 2003. "They're round, not oblong now."
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Punky Brewster star Soleil Moon Frye was just 15 when she had her 38-DDs sized down to 36-Cs. She said she had been bullied over their size.
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Jane Fonda got breast implants while married to her first husband, Roger Vadim, but later had them removed because she said they made her feel "unwomanly."
Mariel Hemingway had a boob job during her 80s heyday, but later revealed she had them removed when they ruptured and leaked silicone into her bloodstream.
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Patricia Heaton's mid-life makeover included a tummy tuck and a breast reduction surgery to "fit into the gowns that I finally got to wear," she's said.
Comedian Janeane Garofalo has said she went from a "36-C or D" down to a B cup early in her career because she was afraid large breasts would be an easy target for hecklers.
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Stevie Nicks was an early implant patient, getting hers in 1976. But in 1994, she had them removed after suffering fatigue that she believed was from the surgery. "I'm living proof that they aren't safe," she later claimed.
Linda Blair Sighting at Spago Restaurant in West Hollywood, California - August 11, 1983
The Exorcist star Linda Blair knows what's scary, and she says having implants was a "nightmare." After getting hers removed, she became an activist for increased FDA regulation of the procedure.