It’s not often a major household-name star admits to having had facialurgery. It’s even rarer when she decides to make public a detailed, personaliary which gives a blow-by-blow account of the whole process, from thenitial decision and the search for the right surgeon, to the nerve-wrackingaiting period, the surgery itself, the recovery, and on to the finalransformation. Yet this is exactly what Toyah Willcox has done. In anstonishingly brave, honest, occasionally gruesome and frequently hilariousccount, Toyah lifts the lid on a subject which has never been hotter, yet istill shrouded in secrecy and hypocrisy. In doing so, she has given us aascinating exploration of the nature of celebrity, ageing and beauty in thewenty-first century.