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Celebrity Big Brother contestant Mark McGrath denies getting plastic surgery. Ever.

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Did some fans think he looked a little too good on Celebrity Big Brother?

Mark McGrath made the decision Thursday to deny that he’s ever had plastic surgery.

“Silly I have to respond to ridiculous plastic surgery rumors, but here goes…I have NEVER had any plastic surgery done, I’m just naturally beautiful,” he wrote on Twitter alongside a pair of laughing emoji. “Funny to hear these so called experts insist I have…back to the real world.”

Though he continues to play his music on the road, McGrath, 49, reached a whole new audience during his participation on the inaugural edition of Celebrity Big Brother on CBS.

McGrath made it all the way to the end before he was voted out of the house. He tied for third place while Marissa Jaret Winokur went on to win the game.

It seems likely that CBS will broadcast another celebrity edition. “I wouldn’t rule it out!” host Julie Chen told EW. “Who knows? It’s definitely possible. With these ratings, it did what we hoped as opposed to running repeats of the current slate of shows. It all depends how well all the shows on the air are doing.”

Julie Chen hosts as the houseguests battle it out.
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