Did Beth Ditto Get Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!
Beth Ditto looks ravishing whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries has the model in her bag of tricks?
Beth was born February 19, 1981 in Searcy, Arkansas. In 2014, Ditto married her long-time girlfriend Kristin Ogata when same-sex marriages were permitted in Oregon. She’s also successful as a plus size model. Beth even modeled for Jean Paul Gaultier spring 2011 collection on Paris Fashion Week. She also posed for Curve, Boyz, Attitude, and other magazines.
Beth Ditto's Plastic Surgeries
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 Beth Ditto has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||Unknown|
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Beth Ditto. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
I’m passionate about color. My best friend and I sit and look at Pantone books for fun.
Do I ever think Gossip will be really massive in America? No, I don’t think it’ll happen – and that’s fine. It’s kind of nice because I get to experience everything at once. I get to come home and it not be weird, like in Paris or something. It is nice to be completely anonymous.
Products are a must – full stop. I’m sorry to say it, but that bob won’t look so sleek on its own – you need a little help. It doesn’t have to be the high-end stuff that they sell in the salon. Products you find in the supermarket are just as good, and sometimes better.
I’ve never had a very quiet voice. I tried in choir to make it smaller, and it just didn’t work out. And I listened to a lot of soul music when I was growing up on my own accord. But I was mostly into Mama Cass and Gladys Knight, and they all had big voices too; just different than mine.
Thanks to capitalism, the importance placed on beauty has never been so manipulated. We are the guinea pigs force-fed ads that tell us how pathetic we are: that we will never be loved, happy or valuable unless we have the body, the face, the hair, even the personality that will apparently be ours, if only we buy their products.