[ads1 id=”alignright”]Cher, who had once been nicknamed as the “Goddess of Pop,” has herself revealed that she has undergone several different plastic surgeries over the years, such as breast augmentation, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and rhinoplasty (nose job).
There have even been various other plastic surgery rumors revolving around her, such as those claiming that she may have gotten a facelift, liposuction, and the appearance of her teeth enhanced as well.
At some point the rumor mill even speculated that Cher was getting cheek implants, a rib removed, and a tummy tuck. At least one of these particular rumors was straightforwardly denied by Cher. According to her, she her cheekbones are natural and she has had them since she was “small.”
Moreover, she believes that getting a rib removed is “impossible.” In fact, she thinks that rumor actually sounds “particularly silly,” and she intends to continue defending itself for as long as it keeps surfacing.
At least Cher has admitted to having gone under the knife for breast augmentation, and even explained why she had gotten breast implants. According to her, after the birth of her daughter Chastity, her breasts had gotten “so much bigger.” Obviously, they were going to deflate eventually and Cher did not want to part from her bigger assets, so she got implants.
Cher has also admitted to have gone through rhinoplasty surgery at one point. She revealed a nose job was the very first plastic surgery she had had, and it was after she had seen herself in a Hollywood film for the very first time.
She felt “all nose” when she looked at herself on the big screen, referring to the fact that her nose was rather large at the time.
Additionally, apart from all these procedures, Cher also made the decision that she no longer wanted to keep her tattoos and she has been undergoing laser tattoo removal for that purpose.
Cher has admitted that plastic surgery rumors revolving around her have made her tired, and perhaps she herself might be tired to continuously going under the knife.