Plastic surgery is always a touchy topic – we all know that some stars go too far and can ruin their appearance, while some celebrities have spoken out on how much they hate cosmetic surgery and have sworn it off, saying they prefer to age naturally even with their high pressure jobs that demands perfection. These 5 stars have all said that while they aren’t particularly keen on surgery, it isn’t something they have ruled out either. If needed, these celebrities say they would consider going under the knife to improve their appearance.
Although Cindy previously ruled out surgery, now she would consider it if she felt she needed it: “When I was 30 I might have said, ‘I’m going to age in a way that honours time and is completely natural.’But I’m no longer so highbrow about it. I think I’m holding up pretty well, but what I like most is the sense of power I have. So much of your life you spend trying to prove yourself, trying to make things happen, trying to get somewhere else. I’ve tried Botox, but it scares me. Plastic surgery is really scary, but as long as you don’t use these things to change your face, I think it’s OK.”
Michelle is ok with surgery as long as it doesn’t ruin someone’s normal appearance: “I’m all for a little something here and there – fine. It doesn’t matter to me if people have plastic surgery or they don’t, or if they do Botox. But when people don’t look like themselves anymore, that’s when you kind of go, ‘Oooh,’ and it’s kind of sad. It’s uncomfortable for us, but if they’re happy with what they see in the mirror, does it matter?”
Kim is down for having whatever she needs as she ages:”I am down for it. One day I will definitely get it. I would probably get my boobs done after I have kids. I think every woman needs a good lift after they have kids, so I would start with that. You never know what I would need – it depends on what I would look like when I get older. But I would definitely do something.”
Julia says she hopes she won’t have to have anything done but can see it works for some: “Well it seems to make some people happy. I’d never say never, but hopefully my life will maintain its current levels of fulfilment and joy, and I won’t need to turn to it.”
Gaga says she hasn’t had anything done yet, but might do so in the future: “I haven’t had any yet, I was ‘born this way’. But maybe after I pop out a few Gaga babies I’ll be not born this way any more. I’ve had my body insecurities, but that’s why I wrote ‘Born This Way’ – I wanted to create a space that would liberate all of those insecurities. It’s an incredibly church-like, religious experience where we exorcise our insecurities.”