Deena Nicole Cortese has had a pretty incredible transformation lately — and today we barely recognized her with her noticeable weight loss and new veneers!
The “Jersey Shore” star is the latest change her appearance after joining the show, following in the footsteps of both Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jenni “Jwoww” Farley — who both lost weight after Season One aired.
Though she admits to Lumineers (and even chronicled the experience today on her Twitter) and a nose job in the past, Deena swears she hasn’t had any recent plastic surgery.
“I am not afraid to ADMIT i got plastic surgery so if I do,” she tweeted yesterday.
As for her new look, she says she “thinned my eyebrows..and lost weight thanks to the @freshdiet .. and learned how to do my makeup..lighter eye shadow brings out my eyes..and highlight under my eyes gives an effect of higher cheek bones.. the end. If I get the nose job I’ll let ya know =]”
But I’m thinking there was more than just a diet plan and new teeth that went on. I mean, here face/forehead is not the same. I’m sorry but wieght loss doesn’t alter everything!
Thoughts on Deena? Was there more work done then she’s letting on?!?
I haven’t seen the Hunger Games in theaters yet. I know it’s made MAD ticket sale and friends have all told me their thoughts about the movie. “It’s so good”, “I loveed it”, “I set my expectations way to high, the book was better.”
I plan on going to see it when the hype dies down a little, HOWEVER I may not need to. Here is “The Hunger Games” in it’s entirety… done in 11 minutes with Beanie Babies!!!
Sometimes you need to challenge a speeding ticket, particularly if it could drive up your insurance rates. Instead of hiring an attorney, try these lawyer-recommended tactics.
You just got hit with a speeding ticket. Now what?
For first-timers, the response could be simple: Pay the fine or take the opportunity many states offer to erase the offense from your record. Odds are, you won’t suffer higher car insurance rates.
But with two or more moving violations, you’ll find that an additional ticket may endanger your finances. Beyond possible license suspension or revocation, you could be staring at escalating fines and premium hikes in the hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars. An Insurance.com analysis of 32,000 car insurance quotes found that drivers with two violations were offered rates 34% higher than drivers with no violations.
You may want to fight the ticket. A lawyer could cost from $75 to $500, depending on where you live. Or you could go to court on your own. Lawyers specializing in traffic violations offer the following five strategies, which could help:
1. Delay the hearing date if possible
The more time passes, the better the chances the officer who pulled you over may not show, causing the infraction to be dismissed. He or she could be sent to another division. Or the officer could find another job, move to a different city or get sick and be unable to appear.
2. Remember every detail you can
Information — specific information — means everything in court. The more details you can present before a judge that contradict the traffic officer, the greater the likelihood the charge will be thrown out and you’ll be able to maintain your affordable car insurance.
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