Monday, March 3, 2014

Lady Gaga Nose Jobs Plastic Surgery Rumors Before and After Photos

Rumors Lady Gaga Nose Jobs : Did She Get Work Done?
Lady Gaga's nose jobs appearance, specifically her nose, seems to have changed in recent months, though it may just be the photos, filters, makeup and or other explanations.

Just yesterday, Lady Gaga shared this photo of herself at a rehearsal, with her nose looking noticeably smaller, and with something on the tip of it. Are we right?

Some observers have suggested that it's the kind of mark someone would have while healing from some kind of surgery to alter their nose. You decide:
Compared to the older selfie - granted, a poorly-lit shot from years ago - it's different to say the least. Her "old" nose looks longer, or at least more defined.

In this and other recent Lady Gaga photos, the singer's nose clearly looks shorter, not really defined at all, and like it could be swollen for some reason.

Lady Gaga drug use and plastic surgery 'revealed' in book by former

A former friend of Lady Gaga has penned a book about the star before fame, making claims about the star's drug use and suggesting she has had plastic surgery.
The revealing memoir by ex-pal Brendan Jay Sullian, 'Rivington Was Ours: Lady Gaga, The Lower East Side and the Prime of Our Lives', will include his claim that the Poker Face musician had a habit of doing 'bags and bags' of cocaine whilst doing her make-up in her apartment.

Sullivan has alleged he witnessed the star brushing a mysterious white powder off her carpet and then rubbing into her gums. Upon questioning her, he recieved the answer 'It's mint. I wish it was coke. I used to do bags and bags of it.'

The star has previously opened up about her drug use in the past, particularly whilst suffering with depression as a struggling singer, claiming 'I only did it alone. That was my one rule.'
Lady Gaga stated 'I would go back to my apartment every day and I would just sit there. It was quiet and it was lonely. It was like the drug was my friend.'
Gaga in her pre fame years before her alleged surgery

Drug use isn't the only thing Gaga's pal goes onto expose. Sullivan hints heavily at the singer's plastic surgery, despite her telling Harper's Bazaar in 2011 'I have never had plastic surgery'.
Sullivan claims that on a night out the star announced that she was getting a nose job, stating  “It’s holding me back. Do you think I’d be songwriting this long if I looked like the girls you date? … It’s slipping away from me.”
He also alleges that the star confessed to wanting a 'titty lift' but did not go onto confirm whether she went through with the prodedures.
Did Lady Gaga spend the last few months getting some subtle plastic surgery?

Lady Gaga has sparked speculation she has recently undergone a nose job, after it appeared more streamlined at a recent Gay Pride event. The 27-year-old singer took to the stage to speak at the celebration in New York and her nose appeared to be slimmer and smaller.

A spokesperson for Gaga refused to comment on the claims.

Lady Gaga plastic surgery has spoken out about her looks and in a past interview claimed she would never go under the knife. Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar in 2011 after sporting prosthetic horns and claiming they were her ‘bones’ she said: ‘I have never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have. I think promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification.’

She continued: ‘And how many models and actresses do you see on magazine covers who have brand-new faces and have had plastic surgery, while I myself have never had any plastic surgery?’

While Lady Gaga's looks might be causing controversy, her absence from social networking sites has also raised eyebrows. Lady Gaga, who has over 39million followers on Twitter, recently announced she was leaving the site – albeit for a temporary period.

The singer has changed her profile picture to the default egg and has written: ‘This interface has been shutdown temporarily. Please check back for updates.