Jennifer Lopez is the latest star to deny getting plastic surgery. The singer and American Idol judge made the comments on Twitter earlier this week.
"These before and after pics of @JLo show many signs of #plasticsurgery — naturally pretty but now looks amazing," he wrote.
But Jennifer Lopez quickly refuted this plastic surgery rumor. "Sorry Sir, but I have never had plastic surgery of any kind," she tweeted back. "#fact."
The surgeon quickly discovered the error of his ways. He apologized in two separate tweets, claiming that the original message was a mistake from his assistant.
But Jennifer Lopez is not the only star who has denied having plastic surgery. Here are five other celebrities who have said "no" to going under the knife.
According to Kim Basinger's daughter, Ireland Baldwin, the 59-year-old actress has stayed away from plastic surgery. Baldwin tweeted her mother a birthday message last year that emphasized Basinger's decision to age the natural way.
"You are the most naturally beautiful woman there ever was and will be," Baldwin wrote. "Your skin care, workouts and advice on eating healthy inspire me to do the same. Ladies, if you want to avoid Botox and any other skin treatments, listen to my mom! She hasn't had one treatment done because she's stay completely out of the sun all these years! Mom, you still look like your 17 and it's kind of embarrassing standing next to you. Hopefully someday I will adopt your cheekbones and and overall beauty.... Inside and out."
Isabella Rosselini is another star who has stayed out of the operating room as she grows older. In fact, she recently compared plastic surgery to foot binding in the HBO documentary About Face. And even without the cosmetic procedures, many consider the actress as an example of the right way to age.
"I age, it just happens; it's like, tell a baby don't grow [but] it will grow," she told Huffington Post last year. "Nothing I can do to stop the progress. I don't see myself as a role model... and I don't age gracefully to give anybody an example! ... I age comfortably."
Jodie Foster has also spoken out publicly against plastic surgery. She once famously said that she would rather people focus on her supposed physical flaws than on a botched cosmetic procedure.
"[Plastic surgery is] something that identifies me as being ashamed of who I am," she said. "For me, it's really a self-image thing. I'd rather have somebody go, 'Wow, that girl has a bad nose,' than 'Wow, that girl has a bad nose job.'"
Even young stars have sworn off plastic surgery in the future. Kate Beckinsale told Glamour last year that she does not understand the stars who go that route. Instead, she looks up to her mother, Judy Loe, who has stayed away from plastic surgery even in her 60s.
"I'm sure she feels, 'Wouldn't it be nice if my neck did this?" but not to the degree of cutting parts of herself odd and dragging them behind her ears," Beckinsale said about her mother. "I feel very similar. I much prefer how my mother looks to the people I see here [in Los Angeles] with wind-tunnel face."
Kate Winslet is another relatively young actress who refuses to cave in to Hollywood pressures. The star told Telegraph in 2011 that she would never have plastic surgery.
"It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty," she said. "I will never give in. I am an actress, I don't want to freeze the expression of my face."