What Body Part Would You Change?
Julianne Moore: I'd take Jennifer Aniston
's body—the whole thing.
The Rock: I'd probably alter my brain, because it's short-attention-span theater [in there].
: I couldn't tell you because then everyone would look at that part.
Cheryl Hines: My superlong toes. My family called me French Fry Toes and one friend calls me Monkey Toes because she thinks I can hold on to a branch.
Kyan Douglas (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
): My nose is kind of big. I'd love Jude Law
's nose. He's got a nice nose—nice everything.
: I'd want Britney Spears
's stomach ca. 2000 in that nude thing at the MTV awards.
: My hair. I would like to have Debra Messing's.
Lorraine Bracco: I would change my BRACKET "to stay"].
Ashanti: I would definitely change my feet. I don't have any arches.
Aisha Tyler: I'd like Keira Knightley
's abs. Wow!
George Foreman: People come up to me and say, "Let me look at your hands," and I don't want them looking at my knuckles. They're wrecked.
): I'd like to try on Angelina Jolie
's lips. They're just so full and pretty.
: Glad you asked me that. [I'd take] a little more meat in the keister.
Ellen DeGeneres: I would exchange my body with Brad Pitt
. Just kidding.
Haley Joel Osment: I'd want bigger hands, so I could play the guitar better.
Michelle Rodriguez: I'd like to change my liver. Just in case I plan to abuse it in the future.
Tommy Lee: My chest. I work out and work out and nothing happens.
Christina Applegate: I want Cameron Diaz
's legs. They're nine feet long.
Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development
): I'd like Nicole Kidman
's back—it's perfect.
Nia Vardalos: My head for Penélope Cruz's. She's ridiculously beautiful. I think she wakes up, looks in the mirror ready to brush her teeth, and goes, "Ha, why bother?"
Lance Bass: My nose—I don't like the bump. Or I'd get a pectoral implant.
Minnie Driver: I would just make my jaw narrower.
D.L. Hughley: I would have bigger feet...[because] you know.
: I love my body, but I'd like to have a sieve over my mouth. Sometimes I read what I say—apparently sarcasm doesn't translate in print.
Cybill Shepherd: I'm afraid to start plastic surgery. And my breasts are so versatile now. I can wear them down, up, or side to side.