From bad Botox to botched nose jobs, beauty seems to come at a definite price for many celebrities.

Horror stories of plastic surgery gone wrong seem to surface daily, and unflattering photographs of many stars are posted throughout magazines and online entertainment sites.

And it’s not always just the female celebs that suffer the misfortune of beauty gone wrong either.

While we all know of the regrets of such A-listers as Nicole Kidman, Heidi Montag and Brittany Murphy, men are just as susceptible to struggling with plastic surgery woes.

Kenny Rogers, Michael Douglas and Burt Reynolds have all had mishaps when going under the knife as well.

On a tour of Australia, Rogers was quoted by the Courier Mail in Brisbane as calling himself “a bionic man with no original working parts.”

“I’m the plastic surgery king. I’m a bionic man! Every part of my body has been scooped or something at one time,” he told the National Enquirer. “I kind of wish I hadn’t done it. Looking back at some pictures of myself, my eyes were a lot warmer than they are now, and I miss that.”

He was embarrassed at first by how his eyes looked after surgery, he said.

“But as that stuff settles in it looks better and better. If I don’t die soon it’ll look great,” he said.

It seems there are few stars in Hollywood these days that haven’t been affected by at least a few unfortunate results of plastic surgery. Some openly admit to their mistakes, while others seem to be in quiet denial, though it’s obvious that plastic surgery is a celebrity trend here to stay.

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars

Plastic Surgery Gone Bad: Plastic Surgery Regrets of the Stars