Christopher Maloney has revealed his new face for the first time after undergoing £100k worth of cosmetic surgery.
The X Factor star was spotted out and about in Blackpool, looking happy and healthy following his trip to Poland for his treatment.
Christopher flew to Poland alongside his best pal Danniella Westbrook to undergo the treatments last month.
The singer, who appeared on the January 2016 series of Celebrity Big Brother, headed to Europe Surgery for his sixth nose job, and for an operation on his eyelids. He also had a hair transplant.
While the surgery itself went well, Christopher was rushed to hospital when he returned to the UK with what was believed to be deep vein thrombosis.
Chris was feeling terrified after he woke up with no feeling in one of his legs.
Looking laid back, the 39-year-old appeared fresh faced as he unveiled his new look.
A source spoke to The Sun Online at the time and said: “Christopher flew home on Saturday after having a hair transplant and surgeries on his eyelids and nose.
“He was fine recovering as normal, but when he woke up on Tuesday morning he had lost all feeling in one of his legs and he was covered in purple and yellow bruises.
“Chris was absolutely terrified and got to hospital as soon as he could.
“Doctors gave him some blood-thinning drugs and after some observation time, sent him home to recover.
“He can’t stop thinking about how lucky he was – there are so many horror stories about DVT lots travelling into the heart or lungs. It’s a killer.”
This wasn’t the first time Chris has had surgery this year, as in April the star had a £500 treatment to smooth out the bags under his eyes, which went without a problem.
The triple whammy of surgical procedures now brings the grand total he’s spent on plastic surgery to a staggering £115,000.
But despite the terror caused by his unexpected dash to A&E, he’s not been put off having more surgery.
The source added: “Chris has always gone to Poland for his surgeries as he knows that they’re trustworthy and do a great job.
“As scary as the experience was, he knew there was a risk that this could happen flying so close to having surgery.”