Lady Gaga Nose Job-Yes or No?

“Princess of Pop” Lady Gaga continues to entertain fans with her music, outrageous outfits and extreme behaviors, and some people think that she also might have undergone a nose job at some point in her career. The Lady Gaga nose job has been a topic of debate in the media since the star rose to prominence in 2009 and 2010, and many people have been comparing Lady Gaga's before and after nose job pictures to see if she had some type of nose reduction or nose reshaping surgery.

Did the Lady Gaga Nose Job Actually Happen?

You can find several online sources and picture galleries claiming that the Lady Gaga nose job really did happen, but neither the star nor her managers have confirmed that Lady Gaga has undergone plastic surgery to change the shape of her nose.

Some of the pictures of Lady Gaga from her earlier career do make her nose appear slightly larger than it is now, but this could be solely from the camera angle and makeup effects. Magazine pictures and photos of Lady Gaga may have been retouched to make her nose appear more attractive and feminine, but if you watch the star on TV interviews and in some of her latest music videos, you’ll see that her nose shape and size has stayed the same since her early appearances.

Lady Gaga Plastic Surgery Debate

In addition to the Lady Gaga nose job, some fans and the press speculate that Lady Gaga has also undergone several other types of plastic surgery to enhance her figure. There rumors that Lady Gaga has undergone a chin implant, breast implants and liposuction. However, Lady Gaga admits that she has never gone under the knife.

In April 2011, Lady Gaga told that, “I’ve never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have….I think that promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification.”

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