Joyce Meyer Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong
Hailing from the evangelical sect of stardom, Joyce Meyer plastic surgery has been one of the many things she openly talks about during her sermons. Wanting to have no big secrets from her flock, she has no shame in admitting that she has gone under the knife more than once. While it has earned her a lot of criticism from some in the religious community, most of her followers feel that it makes her easier to relate to.
So what all work has the spirited preacher woman had done?
According to her, she has had work done to her face that she termed “Hollywood plastic surgery”. Without going into details, speculations run rampant as to just what was done. Her misshapen facial features and unsettling appearance could be attributed to one or more of the following procedures.
A facelift is a recurring guess for what was the deforming culprit. Many a star has fallen victim to the procedure that can go horribly wrong when it heals. For a woman in her 70s, it is not surprising that she may have had a facelift at some point to try and beat back the clock a bit. Botox and fillers in excess is another possibility that accounts for her unnatural appearance at times. Using too much of either can result in distorting puffiness and uneven texture that is hard to fix.
Whichever the case, her attempts to slow the hands of time have been marginally successful. She has managed to have a lot fewer wrinkles than most women within 30 years of her age range. However, her somewhat success has also come under a lot of scrutinies. It is not so much that she had work done or that she talks about it openly, it is the conflicting reasons she gives for having plastic surgery done.
For Joyce Meyer, plastic surgery was supposedly a way to look good for Good
In a peculiar turn of events, Joyce Meyer comes under more fire from her Christian followers than entertainment critics over her plastic surgery gone wrong. It’s not for aesthetic reasons; it’s for her supposed reasons. She talks about how she prayed before doing it and how she felt that God wouldn’t love her any less for having it done and in fact it would be a way to look good for him. The irony that many point out is that God’s unconditional love would not require or ask her to change how she looked, which means that she is trying to use her religion and God to somehow cover over the simple truth she was being vain.