Check the following Wendy Williams’s plastic surgery before and after photos! Wendy Williams, born on July 18, 1964, has been 49 years old! Unlike the other celebrities, Wendy Williams is very open about her plastic surgery and has admitted that she has taken many plastic surgery procedures including boob jobs, liposuction and a tummy tuck.
Wendy Williams was quoted as saying,
“Who the hell wants to diet and exercise when you can have liposuction. I didn’t want to wait. I wanted my new body now…Surgery gave me body acceptance. I say boola-boola to all you women out there who don’t care how you look. I was never comfortable being overweight. I always felt like a smaller woman trapped in that big body, waiting to be unleashed…”
Wendy Williams Plastic Surgery: boob job
The most evident plastic surgery Wendy did is boob job. Her breast size was about about A or B cup before the breast implants and now is 34FF bra size thanks to a number of breast augmentation surgery! I just wonder if she has ever suffered back pain with such big breasts!
Wendy Williams Plastic Surgery: tummy tuck and liposuction
Wendy Williams had liposuction and tummy tuck which are the most quickest way of weight loss! Of course Wendy watched carefully about her own diet and did regular workout to maintain her slim figure!
Wendy Williams Plastic Surgery nose job
Wendy Williams never admitted that she has done nose job, but according to her before and after photos, you can easily find that Wendy Williams’s nose shape changed a lot! She used to have very wide and bigger nose but now it’s evident that her nose shape has been refined to with thinner nose bridge. But she didn’t choose to go to extreme so she still kept her nose feature.
Wendy Williams botox injections
Although almost 50 years old, if you take a close look at her face, you can hardly find wrinkles! If you compare her earlier photos that she took several years ago, you can even find that she is able to turn back time! This is the result of regular botox injections. Her botox injections are not overdone so she looks natural.
I also found what Wendy Williams talks about plastic surgery in the ESSENCE magazine’s interview and she believes black women aren’t as forthcoming about wanting plastic surgery.
I think that regarding plastic surgery, a lot of women that hate to cop to the fact that they would get it done, might be saying no to it for other reasons, like, maybe it’s against their culture, or they don’t have the money for it. I venture to say, like Joan Rivers said on Fashion Police, if I gave you $10, 000 and said you can use my doctor, you’d do it. And if you say you wouldn’t, I venture to say, ‘Somebody’s lying, and it ain’t me.’
I think there are a lot of things that, unfortunately in the Black community, we’re taught to be ashamed of, like plastic surgery, or getting help for alcoholism, or sending our addicts to rehab. Or wearing blond hair. Don’t fault me for wearing a 20-inch blond wig — it doesn’t mean I want to be a white person. And I feel that we need to get up off some of out old ways and keep in step with the times, while still being people with morals.
What do you think of Wendy Williams’ plastic surgery?