[ads1 id=”alignright”]Apparently, Miley Cyrus is no longer interested in shaking “[her] ass” because apparently, that is something a “stripper” would do.
Those were the exact words that Miley expressed at Nassau Coliseum not long ago, and it does seem that she is going through some changes in attitude.
However, shaking her behind is the least surprising thing about her if we are to believe the recent rumors regarding her alleged nose job.
One way or another, Miley always finds ways to draw attention. As of lately, Miley has become an avid Twitter user, frequently Tweeting pictures of herself, whether half-nude or not.
However, if older photos of Miley are compared to the more recent ones, it seems that her nose did not grow up naturally along with the rest of her.
In her older pictures, Miley’s nose noticeably has a much rounder tip and her nose was also apparently wider back then. Even then, many had suspected that Miley would eventually go under the knife, much like other young stars of her age, in order to get her nose narrowed down. Now that her nose is indeed narrower and no longer has an overly round tip, those rumors may have actually turned out to be true.
Dr. Michael Salzhauer, a Miami-based plastic surgeon, believes that the appearance of Miley’s nose does indeed suggest that she has undergone rhinoplasty. However, he claims that the tip of her nose is still a bit bulbous and apparently pretty much the same as it once was.
On the other hand, Dr. Paul A. Nassif, a California-based plastic surgeon, does not even believe that Miley may have had a nose job. He claims her nose looks natural, and it might be that she is very thorough when applying makeup around her nose.
Even Dr. David Shafer, a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon, admits that after having compared her pictures, there is actually no sign that Miley may have had a nose job. Again, he has also noticed that the tip of her nose is still boxy and wide. So, perhaps her nose is natural after all, and it is merely camera angles or makeup that makes it appear narrower.