Most people have a very clear picture in their minds of what a celebrity’s face should look like. For those who have seen the blockbuster movie, The Great Gatsby, they may be tempted to try and replicate that trademark puffed up, sculpted lip look.

But what if we told you that the face you’re thinking of isn’t actually the face of a celebrity at all? What if we told you that your favorite celebrity’s actual face might look a little different than what you’re used to seeing on screen?

That’s what happened when Robert Pattinson’s face was revealed to the public for the first time. Back in 2013, the actor covered the entirety of Vanity Fair’s January 2014 issue and shared with Vogue UK the full details of his cosmetic surgery journey. At the time, Pattinson said he wanted to “start a conversation” about plastic surgery and described the motivation behind his recent procedures as a way to “feel my true self again.”

Now, seven years later, Pattinson has come clean about his entire surgery journey and shared with Ellen Goldberg from Cosmo the surprising revelations about his cosmetic procedures. In a new interview with Vanity Fair, Pattinson opens up about his past plastic surgeries and why he went through with them. He also reveals the procedures he plans on undergoing in the future and answers some common questions about his cosmetic surgery history.

The Face That Launched A New Conversation

Perhaps the most jaw-dropping part of Vanity Fair’s 2014 interview with Pattinson is when he reveals the true identity of the face he’s been mimicking for years. Back in 2013, we weren’t exactly sure who Robert Pattinson was because he was never entirely silent about his work. But for the first time, we got the opportunity to study the actor’s face and try and place it in the context of existing Hollywood faces. The result is a bit of a shock.