In the decade, Michael Jackson has become more known for his plastic surgery addiction than his music. So it was with much alarm that Make Me Heal learned that the King of Pop is planning to have more plastic surgery for his upcoming comeback series of concerts in London.
50-year old Michael Jackson has had a tumultuous personal life, but that is nothing compared to the havoc that a plastic surgeon’s knife has wreaked on his face. In the past, Michael has notoriously gone through several rhinoplasty procedures, the last of which was done as a repair. A German doctor reportedly took cartilage from Jackson’s ear to place inside his nose to repair deterioration caused by years of multiple nose jobs. Michael’s nose is now said to be fine, although it previously teetered on the brink of collapse.
In addition to the rumored countless nose jobs, Michael has reportedly also had cheek implants, a smaller jaw as well as a a skin lightening procedure.
After all the work, Jackson is now said to want to have even more plastic surgery, despite it making him look nearly unrecognizable from his days with the Jackson 5.
According to the rumor mill, “Jackson wants to go under the knife again, according to biographer Ian Halperin. He says, “Michael has consulted some of the world’s best cosmetologists and surgeons in preparation for this comeback.“
On his blog Dr. Anthony Youn responds to the report saying, “That’s a BAD idea. The only plastic surgery he should consider having is corrective plastic surgery. At least it looks like the alleged MRSA infection he may or may not have had is gone.”
“Hopefully he decides not to have any more work done and can someday be happy with the Man in The Mirror.“
Plastic surgeon Dr. Paul S. Nassif says, “Michael Jackson doesn’t have anything left to do in the way of plastic surgery.”
If Michael Jackson were to get any surgery, Make Me Heal anticipates that he will get facial plastic surgery, including possible fat transplantation to his face to make it look more youthful and plump, fillers to smooth out wrinkles, and possible eyelid surgery to get rid of any signs of aging around the eyes.
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Michael Jackson is obviously no stranger to plastic surgery. Hopefully his tissues have had plenty of time to recuperate since the last time he went under the knife. He should leave what is left of his nose alone. If anything, he may benefit from fillers or gaining some weight to help bulk up his gaunt looking face. “
Indeed it seems that Michael should be practicing to be onstage again, not focusing on his appearance as it has gotten him into a great deal of trouble in the past. His retirement shows (and comeback) is set to begin this July with a series of 10 concerts at London’s O2 Arena, being called “This is It.“
At a press conference, Michael said, “These will be my final shows performing in London. “This Is It” really means this is it.“
Plastic Surgeon Dr. Sherrel J. Aston says, “Michael Jackson has finally healed from having had many plastic surgery procedures in the past. Remember when he was wearing a bandage on his nose? He should not have any plastic surgery ever again. He will make a dramatic comeback if he just concentrates on his music.”
Make Me Heal enjoys the legendary performer and hopes he eventually feels secure enough to go out without the mask and without the plastic surgery.
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