“I was following a dream. I’ve had enough,” Sharon Osbourne says about her love affair with plastic surgery. Apparently, now that Sharon Osbourne is getting older she is not willing to bear the pain of surgery any longer. “Surgery is agony – you don’t just wake up with huge breasts. That boob job was the worst thing I ever did. The op to remove my band really did me in. I’m too old for all that.”
The 54-year old rock-n-roller’s, who admitted to spending over $235,000 in plastic surgery, had a series of cosmetic procedures after losing half of her body weight after undergoing a gastric bypass surgery (stomach stapling). Due to her massive weight loss, Sharon Osbourne was left with excess sagging skin which could only be eliminated through plastic surgery. Osbourne started with a face lift and brow lift, and then had a series of other surgeries including a breast augmentation (to a DD size) and breast lift, liposuction on her neck and arms, tummy tuck, and other body contouring surgeries to remove sagging skin and lift her arms, neck, buttocks, and legs.
“I had liposuction on my neck and had it lifted, too. I had my breasts lifted, my arms lipo-ed and my tummy tucked. I had my bum lifted and implants inserted. And I had my legs lifted. The total cost was 120,000GBP [$236,844] and it was worth every last penny. I love cosmetic surgery,” said Sharon Osbourne in an interview with
Since her weight loss, Sharon Osbourne has had her gastric band removed because she would have food binges and due to having the band was throwing up since her smaller stomach could not handle the food intake.
Sharon Osbourne is known for spouting off spontaneous rants about everything from hating Madonna, Mick Jagger, and Bono, to loving and hating plastic surgery. Her new position on plastic surgery is to be taken with a grain of salt, as she always warned that if things start going south she’ll have everything done all over again.
“I don’t mind getting older.”
“But if it all started sagging, I ‘d have the whole lot done again.”
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