What Plastic Surgery Has Bonnie Tyler Gotten?
What plastic surgeries did Bonnie Tyler do? The pop singer typically looks dazzling, but why not perfect the look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Bonnie Tyler’s plastic surgeries!
Gaynor Hopkins, who is popularly known by her stage name as Bonnie Tyler, is a well-known Welsh singer. She has got a distinctive husky voice that appeals to her worldwide fans. She rose to the height of success when she released her music album in 1977 as “The World Starts Tonight.” She is also best known for her singles “More Than a Lover” and “Lost in France” that became an instant hit after the release. Her single “It’s a Heartache” (1978) stood at number four position on the American Singles Chart and the number three position on the American Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Bonnie Tyler's Plastic Surgeries
So what is the 80s pop sensation’s secret? She said Botox and fillers contribute to her age-defying look. “Thank God for Botox,” she told The Telegraph in 2013, which she said she had injected into her forehead and around her eyes. She also has filler injected into her lips to add fullness, she told the publication.
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 Bonnie Tyler has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pics
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Quotes by Bonnie Tyler
"I've been around for such a long time. My first hit record was over 20 years ago and the people who bought my records then are married now and they probably still play these records and their children like them."
"I'd be happy to live till 80 as long as I was comfortable and in good health. Mind you, ask me again on the eve of my 80th birthday. Even so, I hope we don't all start living to be 120. I'm not sure I'd cope with another 60 years."
"I am itching like hell to play America because I know that if I did the show over there, they would love it."
"I would love to do a Bond song, and I could have done a Bond song: I was offered a Bond theme, but I turned it down because I didn't like the song. But as it turned out, I was right anyway because the song was the only Bond theme that never became a hit, so I'm glad I wasn't associated with that!"
"I haven't had a big hit record in America since 1987."