So, this got us thinking about what other famous faces would like with dimples. Take a look…
The Mona Lisa is widely recognized as one of the most famous paintings in the world. And while we love the way Leonardo da Vinci painted her, we think she looks so much cuter with a set of dimples.
Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln look great in granite- but even more dapper with dimples carved into Mount Rushmore near Keystone, S.D.
The Mount Rushmore dimples were so successful, we thought we’d see what America's first president George Washington would look like on his own. We think the results speak for themselves.
While we’re on the topic of politicians, how about a current face? Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, could be all smiles if she underwent a dimpleplasty.
As if the Fab Four weren't already cute enough without them, these dimples could cause another "British invasion." Which one is your favorite?
What a genius idea. Everyone knows Albert Einstein is arguably the smartest guy around, but with dimples he is not just the man in the room with the brains, but the good looks too!
Artist Grant Wood, who was inspired to paint this couple after he came across a cottage designed in the Gothic Revival style in Eldon, Iowa, should have used a few more brush strokes to give the man and woman this genetic trait. But since he didn’t, we turned to Photoshop for a little help.
We think “The Sultan of Swat” would’ve looked stunning with a pair of dimples.
While there may be “no such thing as a good tax,” as Winston Churchill said – there is such a thing as a good set of indentations on the cheeks.
And finally, it looks like all those donuts and beer finally gave Homer Simpson a few dimples of his own. DOH!
A new procedure called "dimpleplasty" is the latest must-have facial enhancement that has men and women running to the nearest plastic surgeon to get adorable indentations just like Mario Lopez's.