It is reported that Lady Gaga may have had a Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
In a recent newspaper article, it is suggested that Lady Gaga may have undergone a secret Cosmetic Surgery procedure to alter the shape of her nose.
Lately Lady Gaga who 27 years old, came under speculation when she made her first public appearance in many months, at the Gay Pride event in New York. It is thought that she may have recently undergone a nose job, or Rhinoplasty as per the clinical term, after it appeared to have altered shape and looked thinner.
Dr Dirk Kremer, a Plastic Surgeon is reported to have said that he was of the opinion that she may have undergone the procedure, as according to pictures taken prior to the event, “It seems from the pictures that the bridge of her nose had a bump and she had a so-called ‘boxy’ nose tip,” he analysed. “Looking at the recent pictures of Lady Gaga, we can see a straightened and slimmer nose, as well as a pointed, defined and lifted nose tip. She may have undergone Rhinoplasty.”
The star has previously voiced her opinion on body image and having confidence in her appearance, and has stated that she would never consider Plastic Surgery. “I have never had Plastic Surgery, and there are many pop singers who have,” she told Harper’s Bazaar magazine in 2011.
Fans recently used the media Twitter to accuse Lady Gaga of having a secret procedure, pointing out that her nose now looks significantly altered to how it appeared several months ago, when she cancelled appearances to have surgery on her hip…..
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