Welcome to Celebrity cosmetic surgery news – our weekly roundup up of reality stars and their cosmetic surgery adventures. Nollywood star Omalicha Elom has broken cover and admitted to the Nigerian Sun Online that she has decided to have liposuction sometime this September.
In a recent encounter, Inside Nollywood asked Ms Elom if she fancies a liposuction procedure to which she responded. “Yes. In fact, I’m doing my liposuction this month.” Hopefully, this will add a boost to Ms Elom's work schedule which she admits has been badly hit by Covid-19 forcing her away from acting into writing comedy skits. The Nollywood star has an enthusiastic fan base and we wish her well in her liposuction journey and hope it helps get her career back on track.
Back here in the UK lovely Irish reality star, Ferne McCann’ from the TOWIE show has decided firmly against more cosmetic surgery.
In the past, Ferne has talked openly about her cosmetic surgery which included a ‘nose job' which she had done to lessen her insecurities.
“Everyone thinks surgery is a slippery slope and that you get addicted but, for me, my nose job was the only thing I wanted to get done,” she said following the surgery.
“I don't know what else I would have done, even if I wanted it.
“I think Botox and fillers actually make you look older. I like the expression on a face!”
The reality star also admitted to having ‘teeth tightening' but whether that was veneers or a brace we aren't sure. Her smile is, however, perfect. Ferne also had a ‘vampire facelift' – a procedure made famous by Kim Kardashian.
Exactly what procedures Ferne has undergone seems to be disputed. In an article in the Irish Mirror this week a cosmetic surgeon from MYA Clinic suggested that Ferne may have undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images – especially when smiling. It is exactly this non-surgical (dermal) type of procedure that the Irish authorities are looking to restrict promoting to young girls.
What is certain however is that ‘Human Ken Doll' Jessica Alves has had way too much plastic surgery in his much-publicised journey. Since the age of 17, the transgender Brazilian-British TV star who lives in London has had more than 100 cosmetic procedures costing roughly $1 million. Jessica has now developed a hole in her chin. How did this happen?
Jessica Alves explains:
“Not long (ago) I got hyaluronic acid fillers injected into my chin to make it narrower,” she told her more than 1 million Instagram followers on Tuesday.
“I had a very bad infection; the product has been pouring out of my chin. It has been really bad.”
Jessica explained that while the procedure was performed at a hair salon in Essex, UK, by someone who is “nearly trained”, she herself is to blame.
“I am very experienced when it comes to plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures,” she said.
“I have learned my lesson throughout the years but I insisted I needed that filler and now I have a big hole on my chin,” adding it is the reason she covers it with a bandaid.
Well, that is our Sunday roundup of the Celebrity cosmetic surgery news from around the web. Some admit to surgery, some deny it and some positively revel in it.