Fergie, the sexy singer for the Black Eyed Peas, recently married actor Josh Duhamel, inviting a new look at the now solo singer’s plastic surgery past.
Fergie, nee Stacy Ferguson has gone through a lot of transformations in her 33 years, thanks to some plastic surgery. While unconfirmed, Fergie’s plastic surgeries most likely include: breast augmentation, at least one rhinoplasty, a browlift and possible cheek and jaw implants.
(Left: Before, Right: After)
On his blog, Dr. Anthony Youn reports that before and after pictures “indicate that she very well may have had a rhinoplasty and a browlift. Her nose looks considerably thinner and shorter in the after photo. The nose often gets shorter when it is thinned or a bump is taken off. Her brows are also excessively arched. This is most likely the result of an endoscopic browlift (short scars, less recovery than the traditional browlift), combined with some possible Botox.”
Fergie has always denied having any plastic surgery, but plastic surgeons have their doubts.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., said, “Fergie has had a nose job: it’s pinched but it doesn’t look bad. If she couldn’t breathe out of it, I’d reconstruct it.”
“Also, her jaw angle looks wider, possibly indicating jaw implants. Her cheeks also look more full, which are possibly cheek implants.”
As for Fergie’s lovely lady lumps, plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia says that they are, “probably implants.”
Although Fergie has continually denied having plastic surgery in the past, photos reveal a different story and the singer has said that she would consider Botox in the future.
Make Me Heal wishes the couple good luck on their new life together and hopes Fergie concentrates more on her music and less on her plastic surgery.
Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Fergie on Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.
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