Yes, Charo had plastic surgeries in the form of a nose job, boob job, facelift, and fillers. Check out the transformation in the images below. Were the cosmetic procedures worth it? At least the actor seems to believe so.
Charo was born March 13, 1941 in Murcia, Spain into the family of lawyer and homemaker. She studied music. In 1966, she married her first husband Xavier Cugat. This marriage lasted 12 years. The divorced on good terms and Charo allegedly even gave him luxurious Rolls-Royce as a parting gift. Soon after the divorce, Charo married again. Her current husband is Kjell Rasten. Charo released several albums during her career. So far the last one was Charo and Guitar in 2005.
Charo's Plastic Surgeries
“I believe that Charo has had a rhinoplasty or two (or more) over the years,” Dr. Norman Rowe, a NYC-based board-certified plastic surgeon who hasn’t treated the icon tells exclusively. “This is evident by the fact that in her most recent photographs, her nose, especially the tip, appears to be small o,r in plastic surgical terms, ‘pinched.’ This is usually due to over resection of the nose.” According to Dr. Rowe, it’s “quite obvious” that she’s also had a facelift and possible fillers in her lips and cheeks.
Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Charo has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||Unknown|
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Charo. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
I’m so stupid because I refuse to think that I’m getting older. I get up in the morning, and it’s like, ‘La, la, la, I’m so pretty.’ I still mingle with a lot with young people. I even go to college campuses to talk to them because I know how they think. They don’t think I’m boring, either. They think I’m cool, but I want them to think I’m hot!
When you are Spanish girl, you got to grow up in a convent if you want to get married.
Many people think I am an idiot. I think I am a genius.
I love audiences. They are my oxygen. I only breathe with audience. When I’m alone, I am normally a miserable you-know-what.
I haven’t changed. My family and I live as we did in South Spain. I’ve had loud music, chickens, birds, and a bull in my backyard.