When a top influencer gets surgery then it is the very lifeblood of social media and if the surgery is for a genuine medical reason rather than to grab some extra attention then for me, it is a genuine news story.

First shock!   Back in July, Charli D'Amelio revealed images on TIK Tok that showed her with gauze on her face where blood could clearly be seen seeping through the fabric.

“Surgery is done, and I am so beyond excited that I was finally able to fix my breathing!” D’Amelio captioned the video. “And soon I will be able to be in dance classes again!”   Several million young followers sat riveted to their screens.  Such was the effect of this frank intimacy with her fans.

Shock 2! Now for the ‘biggy' a youtube video showing Charli's journey under the knife. Dr. Raj Kanodia  is a top Beverly hills surgeon specializing in Closed Rhinoplasty and Facial Rejuvenation,  Dr. Raj Kanodia’s Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty, is sought out by clients around the world for plastic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic rejuvenation (quick shout out from his website!).  Having an influencer like Charli as a client will raise Kasnodia's profile even higher.

Charli D'amelio nose job reactions

At only 16, Charli is young to be going through serious rhinoplasty but apparently she needed the operation to fix a breathing issue from breaking her nose the other year. I guess you need clear breathing when you are doing amazing Tik Tok dance sessions.   The star tweeted earlier this year

“I broke my nose in august and ever since then I have had breathing problems in my right nostril I was supposed to have surgery in November and to fix it but then I started having problems in my left nostril and now I can barely breathe out of my nose at all”

So let us hope that Charli is fine and will continue to delight the millions of young women who are backing her.

 

 

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