Britney Spears plastic surgery rumors have existed practically since the first day she came on the scene as a young teenager. However, for much of her career, the singer has denied having any work done whatsoever.
Since her teenage years, Britney Spears rumors have focused on her breasts. She has always flatly denied them though, and early on, it would have been illegal for her to receive breast implants in the United States. Nonetheless, rumors still persist to this day, whether they are true or not.
Britney Spears immediately grabbed attention when she first debuted thanks to her amazing ABS. As enviable as they were, though, most people understood that many of them were due to the fact that she was a teenage girl with a metabolism to match. However, after two kids and time taken off from dancing, many thought that Spears must have had a doctor’s help to get her rock hard ABS back.
This a questionable rumor for a couple reasons though. For one, Spears’ first appearance back in the spotlight was in front of a crowd at the MTV Music Awards where she wore the equivalent of a bikini. One would think she’d want to be more careful about her midriff if she had had work done any time recently.
Secondly, just because she gained some weight with her babies doesn’t mean she wouldn’t be able to take it off quicker than most, given that most of her life was spent working as a dancer.
Third, keep in mind she has access to some of the best fitness trainers in the world. Combine that with her dancer’s physique and it’s possible she worked the weight off the old fashioned way.
Britney has always had enviable lips, but the starlet admits they owe some of their appearance to a doctor. In an interview, Spears said that Dr. Raj Kanodia, a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, had given her lip injections. She also alluded to possible other work she had done on her, but stopped short of actually saying what that would be.
Although Britney Spears has legendary beauty, it would appear that at least some of it is due to talent plastic surgeons—though we may never know to what degree.