Lady Gaga: Did the “Born This Way” Singer Go Under the Knife?
Lady Gaga has certainly kept busy since breaking out in the music world with her first single “Just Dance” in 2008. Since that time, she has released numerous albums like “The Fame Monster”, “Born This Way”, and “Artpop”,appeared in movies such as “Men in Black 3” and “Muppets Most Wanted” and even tried her hand at hosting “Saturday Night Live”. At this point, there is truly nothing Lady Gaga can’t do.
While she’s definitely admired for her chart topping music, Lady Gaga became a household name thanks to her questionable fashion choices. The 28-year-old singer is known for pushing the envelope with her outfits, often opting for pieces that will leave everyone with their jaw on the floor. Remember when she wore a meat dress to the MTV Music Awards? When someone is this daring and prides themselves on being different, it comes as quite a shock that Lady Gaga would ever even consider plastic surgery.
That’s right, earlier this year rumors were swirling around that Lady Gaga underwent plastic surgery for a rhinoplasty procedure. Why? Well, it’s simple. She posted a selfie online, where you couldn’t help but notice that her nose was substantially smaller. Before, it was much longer and more defined, and now it’s much smaller. In fact, in that selfie, it even looked a bit swollen. Not only that, though. There was also a clear mark on the tip of her nose, which could have easily been a scar from the surgery.
It’s super surprising that we’re even speculating whether or not Lady Gaga went under the knife. For as long as we can remember, she has been so outspoken about loving who you are and never changing for anybody. She always seemed so confident in her skin, embracing all of her flaws. After all, just a few months ago Lady Gaga made headlines when she responded to her Glamour Magazine cover, claiming that it was too photoshopped. Then, she tried to put an end to unrealistic beauty standards, stating that magazines can change the content as much as they want, but until they change the cover, they won’t be able to change the culture.
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