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Kelly Rowland Talks About Breast Implants

Should Stars Talk About Their Plastic Surgery?

In a burst of candor, singer Kelly Rowland is talking openly about her breast augmentation. "I'm really proud of myself that I waited. That's 10 years I waited," she told the BBC. "That's 10 years I was like, 'I hate this top. It does not fit. I hate this top.'"

Recently, Kylie Minogue and Kim Kardashian have admitted that they've tried Botox, but when it comes to actual surgery, relatively few stars open up. Do you like it when they do, or would you prefer they keep that information to themselves?

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nikkisoda nikkisoda 7 years
My only pet peeve is when celebrities do skin care ads for wrinkle creams and what not when they have clearly had botox! If you are promoting a wrinkle reducer admit when you have had botox or fillers. Other then that I don't really care.
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
I don't particularly care whether or not they disclose it. If we can't tell they've had work then that's cool, good for them, but if we can and they don't admit it they just look dumb anyway. But the honesty is appreciated. As far as boob jobs go though it's a bit of a pink elephant :P
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 7 years
I'd rather they just be honest about it. Nothing annoys me more than a celebrity who has obviously had work done and insists they haven't.
jocupcake jocupcake 7 years
Personally, I'd rather they just tell the truth. No one believes you when you claim your boobs just magically grew overnight or your "face just changed" leaving you with a tiny, straight button nose. I find it kind of insulting. So I guess my policy would be if it's something drastic and something that people ask you about - don't lie. I admire people more when they admit that they didn't like something and changed it vs. trying to pretend they are just naturally perfect.
elramos elramos 7 years
I can appreciate when people are open about it. I'd rather someone be as honest as they want, rather than lie and act like nothing's different. However, like Anon said, it can seem like advertisement for it. But if the question is asked, I'd rather they be honest than lie.
theseether theseether 7 years
I think they should be more open about what they've had done. Then women could realize that no, the vast majority of normal women are not born with button noses and swollen lips. I think that would help women keep their celebrity emulation in perspective.
dancinlaughin01 dancinlaughin01 7 years
i think they should be more open to talking about plastic surgery because it may help women understand that celebrities aren't perfect. they have insecurities just like everyone one else, and sometimes go to extremes to change them. although, i advocate loving yourself the way you were born, i think it's important to know that not all celebrities were born gorgeous, some are part plastic.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 7 years
I honestly don't really care. The only thing that makes me laugh is when celebrities that have clearly had something done deny it. But otherwise, it really doesn't matter to me whether they address the issue or not, as long as they don't look like Joan Rivers and try and pretend they just look that way.
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