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These 5 Celebrities Also Have a Preauricular Sinus (Aka Preauricular Pit) In their Ears

It is normal for celebrities to look perfect in front of the cameras. As a result, many undergo different cosmetic procedures to fix anything that seems out of the ordinary, especially around the face.

 One particular condition that might seem abnormal is the preauricular sinus.

Also known as a preauricular pit, Preauricular sinus is a small hole or pit present on the outer ear, near the front of the ear.

 It is a congenital condition, which is present at birth and occurs in approximately 1-2% of the population worldwide.

While the exact cause of the preauricular sinus is unknown, it is believed to be a genetic condition inherited from one or both parents.

It is more commonly found in individuals of Asian, African, and Native American ancestry.

There are many theories surrounding the preauricular sinus. Some people associate it with spiritualism, myths, superstition, and evolution.

However, from a medical standpoint, the preauricular sinus is harmless, but in rare cases, it can become infected or inflamed, leading to discomfort or pain.

Here are Celebrities with Preauricular Sinus

1. Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan is an American actor born in California on February 9, 1987.

He began acting in 1999, appearing on TV shows like The Sopranos and All My Children.

Jordan rose to fame for his roles in Creed, Black Panther, and Fruitvale Station.

He is also known for his roles in critical and commercial successes like Just Mercy and The Wire.

Jordan is considered one of the most influential actors of his generation and has been recognized with numerous awards and nominations throughout his career.

His preauricular sinuses are pretty visible from both his ears.

2. Rosie O’Donnell

Rosie O’Donnell is an American comedian, actress, and television personality.

She is known for her humor, activism, and talk show hosting.

She rose to fame in the 1990s with her TV show, “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” which won multiple Emmy Awards.

She is also a strong advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and anti-bullying campaigns and has been involved in various charities and philanthropic efforts.

Over the years, O’Donnell has maintained short hair, showing off her preauricular sinuses.

3. Amber Rose

Amber Rose is a 40-year-old American model, actress, and entrepreneur who became famous after dating rapper Kanye West.

She has since become a popular icon in her own right, known for her bold fashion choices and outspoken personality.

Born in 1983 in Philadelphia, Rose initially dreamed of becoming a professional actress.

However, she was discovered by a modeling agency at 19 and soon found success as a model in music videos and print campaigns.

In addition to her modeling career, Rose has dabbled in acting, appearing in films such as “Gang of Roses 2” and “Sister Code.”

She has also launched her own fashion line, as well as a line of sunglasses and a mobile app.

Rose has a visible preauricular sinus on her right ear.

4. Lee Seung-gi

Lee Seung-gi is a well-known South Korean singer, actor, and host.

He rose to fame in the mid-2000s and has since become a household name in Korea.

Lee has released multiple hit albums and acted in several popular dramas, including “My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox” and “Gu Family Book.”

He has also won numerous awards for his talents, such as the 2007 “Best Male Solo Artist.”

In addition to his entertainment career, Lee is known for his charity work and has been appointed as an ambassador in different organizations.

Seung-gi has a preauricular sinus at the front of each ear.

5. Shintaro Katsu

Shintaro Katsu was a renowned Japanese actor and producer best known for his leading role in the film series Zatoichi.

He was born on November 29, 1931, in Tokyo, Japan, and began his acting career in the late 1940s.

Katsu went on to star in numerous films and TV shows, earning critical acclaim for his portrayal of Zatoichi, a blind swordsman.

Katsu passed away in 1997 at 65, leaving a legacy in Japanese cinema and entertainment.

The preauricular sinus on his left ear is quite visible from his pictures.

Closing Thoughts

Preauricular sinus is a rare and quite unique condition.

Celebrities mentioned in this post wear this mark with pride and don’t find the need to cover it up.

There is no mention of either of them considering getting any procedures to hide the holes.

If you have the preauricular sinus, in my opinion, that puts you in pretty cool company.

Nikita Waruguru

Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.

Nikita Waruguruhttp://kenyalogue.com
Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.
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