Did Christina Aguilera get butt implants or a Brazilian butt lift this year?


Here are some photos of Christina Aguilera from one week ago, as she was hostessing the two-year anniversary celebrations of Hakkasan Nightclub at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Vegas. I glanced through the photos last weekend and I didn’t notice anything particularly noteworthy, other than the fact that Christina seemed more pulled-together since her last major red carpet, at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. Back then – it was late February – Christina still seemed to be carrying some post-baby weight (which is absolutely normal) and she seemed to have a bit more “junk in the trunk” than I remembered. Well, guess what? Sources claim Christina might have had Khloe Kardashian-esque butt implants!!

There’s something different about Christina Aguilera and it’s not her coaching style on The Voice. Aguilera sported a much curvier figure while celebrating the second anniversary of the Hakkasan Nightclub in Las Vegas. It’s unknown how Xtina’s backside got so much bigger, but fans speculated online that her extra junk in the trunk came from butt implants.

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

PopDust spoke to a plastic surgeon who theorized that Christina got the Brazilian Butt Lift, the surgery where they suck the fat out of other body parts and inject them into your butt. Christina’s booty does look suspiciously round, so I’m going with “butt implants.” I have to give her some begrudging praise too, because she got them in an appropriate size, as opposed to the Khloe Kardashian-esque freakshow butt implants, which are comically oversized.

So, what do you think? Butt implants or nah?


Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet, Getty.

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  1. Luciebelle says:

    Whatever… this woman is not “graceful” which, as Balzac puts it, is above beauty.
    Large chests quickly give a “matron”vibe and it is also very hard to dress in a chic manner. The only way would be to have your clothes made to measure. Just saying.

    • A.Key says:

      “a matron vibe”

      What the hell does that even mean???

      • Izzy says:

        Thank you! As someone with a large chest who doesn’t consider herself or dress “matronly,” I was all WTF?!

      • Tracy says:

        Yup, overly large boobs are not youthful looking. They make women look middle aged as well as heavy.

      • hadlyB says:

        They can make one look matronly, sloppy, heavy etc. Even fake ones can and will do that. I had mine down sized for that very reason. I looked sloppy and heavy with my implants and downsized after a year. I am normally a 4 and it was harder to dress, tops tented out, dresses etc.

        Yes, I got things tailored but I downsized big time.

        When I was overweight with natural large heavy breasts they were not youthful looking at all and I was young. So I see it both ways and small breasts are much easier to dress.

      • Other Kitty says:

        I have always had a larger chest and I agree, it can create a “matronly” look if not dressed properly.

      • A.Key says:

        Large boobs are not youthful looking?? WTF??

        Also what’s wrong with looking mature? God forbid a woman looks older than 25 I guess?

        One word for all of you – Salma Hayek. Boobs, check. Age, check. Awesome, check.

      • Stef Leppard says:

        Salma Hayek! Huzzah!

    • Jay says:

      So large chested women have no grace due to a little extra fat storage in said chest. Got it.

      • CM says:

        Not to worry Jay – apparently, if we get our clothes ‘made to measure’ we too can be chic!

      • CM says:

        And Luciebelle name-checks Balzac, so she’s clearly super-clever

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Imagine if I said “flat chests give that little boy vibe.”

        “The more one judges, the less one loves.” Balzac

    • Nicole says:

      It is harder to dress large chests in fashion garments designed for flat chests. That’s just the truth. In Hollywood, if you want a designer label and you have a large chest, you do have to get your clothes custom designed, no doubt. They usually do an awful job too. Sorry, but I also agree with the matronly vibe of large chests. It’s not fair and it can certainly be offset by everything else, but that’s an impression shared by quite a few people.

    • snowflake says:

      what i think she means is, with a large chest, you have to be careful how you dress it. I have 36DDs and if I were to wear a turtleneck, for example, I feel it makes me larger/matronly. Vneck and low cut tops are better, more coverage actually looks more matronly.

    • lisa says:

      my chest is too large for my frame and i have to agree. certain styles are very unflattering and make me look fat all over instead of just large chested.

      • Ally.M says:

        Same here Lisa, I have to be careful what I wear. For instance flares and bootcut jeans/trousers look better than skinnies.

        A huge thanks to the op and co. for the compliments. Maybe us matronly sorts should form a club, then we can reminisce about the days when were flat-chested and praying for boobs.

      • I Choose Me says:

        I have a problem with the way Luciebelle said it but sadly she’s right. I’m in the large chest club and I do appear noticeably bigger or slimmer depending on the cut and fit of my clothes.

      • QQ says:

        I’m in that club Lisa! and even though v cuts and tighter top fits are best to show HEY IM NOT PREGNANT (as opposed to loosey goosey styles!) then you have the other issue that too much cleavage looks mad trashy the bigger the girls are, which is not a problem if you are Pamela Anderson looking for her next mistake but is kind of a drag when you want to do trendier/chicer things

      • Harryg says:

        I understand what Luciebelle tried to say, it’s just that you have to be careful when you pick your tops, and dresses especially. I’m the opposite with a small chest and with some clothes I can look like a middle-aged child, it’s not a good look.

      • Bob Loblaw says:

        I agree, and now at 48, my girls are bigger then ever, 36DD, I have to wear a real bra and it’s easy to look like my granny if I’m not careful. I have an hourglass figure, but I have to define my waist or I’m a solid boob-hip barrel thing, very matronly, sigh. Mostly I dress like a teenage boy, vneck tshirt and boot cut, yes I’m old, blue jeans.

    • Aubrey says:

      My double D’s and I are going to have to disagree with you on that one.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        I hear you. For me and my tatas, it is more an issue of properly managing my short- waistedness in conjunction with my generous chesticles. Again, for me, it is not the height of the mountains, but the shallowness of the valley below!

      • Opinionated says:

        Hear, hear. I’m a god given 32DDD and a size 4 figure. Yes, “my girls” are always front and center, sometimes to a detriment. But at no point in time has anyone ever referred to me as “matronly”.

    • Opinionated says:


      Wow, look at the “Balzac” on Luciebelle this morning.

    • KB says:

      “Large chests quickly give a “matron” vibe”
      Said no man ever.

      And you criticizing someone for lacking grace as you needlessly throw shade at women with large breasts tells us you’ve either mastered irony or you’re…what is that saying? A smart person can play dumb, but a dumb person can’t play smart.

      • kibbles says:

        Exactly. Most men love large breasts. I don’t have humongous breasts, but my size C cups get a lot of attention if I wear anything that shows a hint of cleavage. It’s one of my best assets, no doubt.

    • Isabelle says:

      Well guys must love some matron mamas if big boobs are matronely. Seriously wtf?

    • Luciebelle says:

      I did not mean to upset anybody with the large chests, my point is that if you want to dress in a harmonious manner, it is difficult when you have a prominent chest because of the overall balance of the”silhouette”. That is why having things tailored or made to your measure is the only way, whatever your body may look like. Todays ready to wear offers sometimes only 3 or 4 sizes… Just think well before getting implants…
      The Olsen twins who have access to incredible brand new or vintage clothes don’t look very elegant because the clothes are always too long, too large on them. They are very “petite women” ideally clothes should be altered to fit perfectly, which they probably can afford. That is what looking chic is in my eyes, its not the price of the gown, it can have been bought on a Chinese website on the internet, if it fits you right. Get your sewing boxes and grannies at worK.
      The quote from Balzac means that beauty is one thing, but being graceful can be superior to beauty. A beautiful girl who is tart looking , cheap and vulgar is less attractive than a perhaps less beautiful girl who is , on the other hand, charming and graceful. Think about it. I am sure you know what I mean.

      • A~ says:

        Okay, so: be rich enough to compensate for your not-skinny figure, or exploit cheap Chinese labor to do the same. Got it.

    • ponymommy says:

      I agree with you, I hate it when my breasts get bigger when I gain a little weight and I can’t fit into any of my shift dresses or bias cut gowns. The cut just doesn’t look right, and yes I look matronly as opposed to a lithe gamine, like my husband likes. I don’t think Christina is too worried about being able to fit into designer clothing, she just wants to be considered relevant, and as a Latina, I understand completely the allure of a big, high backside. She’s more of a showgirl, and likes to dress sexy and provocatively rather than high fashion, so don’t wring your hands too much for our little X-tina I’m sure she could pay whomever she wanted to create gowns for her new figure and have the best of both worlds. And yes, to those who don’t know, if you don’t have a slim, lithe figure for designer off the rack clothes, get custom, and if you can’t afford custom get made to measure. I diet and exercise to the point of pain and exhaustion to stay in my clothes, and yes they were all custom so I KNOW for sure what measurements I am supposed to be, because they’re MINE, I have no excuse!

    • Rory says:

      Whateves. I Have 38 H’s. Wear a light sleep bra for bed and lounging and do pushups and triceps dips. I’m a size 12..not skinny and my waist is tiny and my huge boobs DON’T make me look fat..sloppy or otherwise. Downsized??? Enjoying your anchor scars?

    • Pandy says:

      I guess matron vs prepubescent boy?

  2. Kaley says:

    I can’t even focus on her butt because her make-up is so bad. Did she use a whole bottle of dollar store foundation and blush or what is that?

    • TeresaMaria says:

      What is with Christina and overload of makeup? Just saw her guest-starring in ABC’s Nashville and let me tell you – the make-up walked in before she did! She had lips so overpainted and scary that when a male character leaned in to kiss her, I was sincerely terrified.

      • Jayna says:

        What is so shocking is, if you watch her in Burlesque, which I was shocked that she was believable and a good little actor for her first time, she plays a younger woman and so wears little makeup. She was so pretty and so much younger looking, so soft looking.

        I thought back when she was heavier she had gotten a butt implant or fat injected. I’ve seen her heavy before and she never had a bubble but. But she had one all of a sudden.

    • Willa says:

      Yeah, that makeup is BAD!

    • goofpuff says:

      yes! Fire the makeup artist! that look is awful…

    • ava7 says:

      When has her makeup ever been good? Or her bleached out porn star hair? I always thought she looked a lot like Dee Snyder from Twisted Sister.

      • Arock says:

        Truck stop drag queen.
        Shes not 20 anymore and that’s perfectly ok. Stop shopping in kris jenners 2001 closet and let someone who knows how to do make up do it.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      That red lip, shudder, so disgusting.

  3. Lauren says:

    Forget the butt, what about that FACE.. Wow..

    • Jules says:

      She looks like a freak. Front and back.

    • Hmmm says:

      I think she’s had a little bit of everything done. She looks horrible.

      • Petee says:

        Remember when she was young she was so thin?Britney Spears had a womanly shape but Christina didn’t.Years later she is talking about finally getting curves.It is so laughable because it is obvious she had breast implants years ago.So her getting something done to her butt is no shocker.I don’t think there is anything wrong with someone trying to make themselves feel better about themselves,but to quote Wendy Williams just own it.We have eye’s and can see.

      • Sarah says:

        @Pete she has discussed her body changes before. As a teen pop star her management were forcing her to be thin (also she was like 17 so it was way easier). She was uncomfortable with her small breasts and so got implants years and years ago. She then started to relax into her more natural body shape and wasnt starving herself, thus weight gain. She is in her 30s and has had two kids. What’s your problem?

        I think she looks great with a thicker frame.

      • Petee says:

        Sarah I don’t have a problem.Even before she got signed and famous she was very small and thin.From what I read about her she denied ever getting implants.I don’t mind a thicker frame.I just think she has always been a bit of a liar about certain things.

    • ZombieRick says:

      yes! I watch Nashville and her face is messed it. She looks awful. Why did she do this. She is only in her early 30s. Such a shame.

    • swedish chef says:

      she looks too much like Tara Reid.

  4. Santia says:

    I’m ready for this trend to die already. And Christina needs a new look stat. That bleached blonde overly made up look is horrible.

  5. lower-case deb says:

    she went to the same surgeon as Wildenstein?

  6. Buckwild says:

    She reminds me of Ice-T’s wife Coco… The dress looks so outdated and her makeup looks like it’s been painted on with a paint roller. Eek.

    • Bea says:

      God I love me some Coco. She’s hilarious. Christina here, on the other hand, just looks sad.

  7. NewWester says:

    I can’t get over the height of her heels! How do you walk?

  8. klein says:

    She looks as though she’s got about 16 pairs of Spanx on. I’m impressed she’s not crying in agony to be perfectly honest.

    The whole look seems deeply uncomfortable.

  9. Sara says:

    Maybe I’m naive; couldn’t it be some baby weight redistributed by Spanx? I’ve never worn Spanx, but I’m an insomniac who watches bad telemarketing at night and it’s supposed to be a miracle worker…

  10. A.Key says:

    Hard to say, she gained a lot of weight in the past few years, I mean her behind obviously got bigger naturally, we could all see it. But then she lost the weight again. Now she’s put some back on, but still, the booty shape doesn’t seem to be her natural one.

    I dunno, this whole convo feels a bit weird and sexist to be honest.

    Who cares really? Let her look the way she wants to look.

    • HH says:

      The weight gain, then plastic surgery, followed by weight loss seems to be her MO. It first happened with her boobs. She gained weight, left the spotlight for a while, came back and had returned to her previous size, everywhere but her boobs. These conversations are a little weird though. Guessing celebrity plastic surgery and attempting to corner celebs into “fessing up” feels slightly (only slightly) akin to “outing” someone. That being said, plastic surgery is VISIBLE trait. So, it should come with the expectation that people will notice. But I don’t think its sexist, but a topic that is more “gendered” because woman are the ones who get plastic surgery at higher rates. However, I’ve noticed that it will be discussed whether the person is male or female.

      P.S. – I don’t see “gendered” and “sexist” as the same thing, but let me know if I’m getting that wrong.

    • Ange says:

      When she was bigger she really did have quite a caboose, I’m willing to believe her butt might just be the shape and size it was destined to be. No shade, mine is similar.

  11. Freebunny says:

    How is she still a thing????

    • bns says:

      She’s not.

    • AcidRock says:

      Ha, I wonder the same every day about Britney! At least Christina has the talent for the industry she’s in; sadly Britney never has. She should’ve been the briefest flash in the pan EVER.

  12. khymera says:

    Besides the butt and boobs, her nose looks thinner. My gawd that makeup

  13. jen2 says:

    This seems to show why Time named KKW as “most influential”. I wish this fake rear end trend would end. Hopefully for Aquilera, it is baby weight and not silicone.

  14. Jaded says:

    Good God…she looks like the star performer at a cheap drag club!

  15. Lucy2 says:

    Has anyone seen those Tree Change Dolls where an awesome woman takes old Bratz dolls and fixes them to look human again? I wish someone would do that with Christina. She’s so pretty, but it’s hard to see that under all the bleached hair and heavy make up.

    • Other Kitty says:

      I saw that…it’s amazing! That would be great for Christina: a Makeunder. She is very pretty; she doesn’t need to make herself all up like that.

  16. Dana m says:

    Maybe she is wearing but padding.

  17. Nicole says:

    This is what happens to women who are commodified. They learn that the public wants a certain image and to be terrified of change, of aging, of failing to meet a standard set on them. All the diva stuff seems like narcissistic backlash too. It’s insecurity that comes out of a kind of abuse. Look at Genie in a Bottle. Girl was 19 and freaking everybody was staring at her writhing body. She was getting all kinds of crazy praise for being hypersexual. No wonder 30 hit her like a jackhammer. Sure, other people have it worst, but you have to feel sorry for someone who has a pathological need to be adored and thinks that the only way people will like them is to wear a mask and implant things in their body. Freaking sad.

    • Jayna says:

      She has been wearing tons of makeup, almost clownish, and showing her big boob implant in every outfit since her mid 20s. She developed this look and refuses to change it. She never evolves. The only time since then that I’ve seen her looking different was this Hope for Haiti (brilliant) performance. She had her hair (no weaves) in a short, soft bob and less makeup than usual because of the occasion, and dressed more subdued.

      Christina in 2010 in one of the best performances of her life at Hope for Haiti.


      • Kitten says:

        Wow, she looks great. She still had plenty of makeup on, but at least it was applied properly.

        She doesn’t seem to get the concept of “less is more”.

    • Diana says:

      Nicole, your assessment is absolute perfection. I agree 100%. I think the sentiments apply to most women who have only ever felt recognized for being outwardly beautiful and sexy. They mistake such attention for love and cannot deal with aging. Just goes to show that real value and self worth comes from within. And real beauty is beauty from the inside. Great observation!

    • unmade_bed says:

      I used to get that kind of attention, on a much smaller scale, and came to absolutely zero good. Actually, it cost me quite a bit–and I’m still working off that deficit by attempting to live as an adult who put all her stock in a depreciating commodity.

  18. Longhairdontcare says:

    Im not so convinced. I remember her having a cute little round butt when she was thin (referencing her dirty video) i have a similar shaped bum and when i gain weight my butt gets massive. Same shape just blows up by 50%. Since shes a bit heavier than early in her career it could just be that her weight distributing quite evenly.

    • Eden75 says:


      I am similar in stature and use to be similar in body size. She has had two kids, I have had 2 kids. People are wondering if she got a butt lift or implants, kids that work for me think I pad my ass.

      Sometime small curvy women who have babies gain weight on their butts and it never goes away. Can you make it look that round and high? Absolutely. I have a pair of tights that make it look like a Kardashian bootie to the extreme. Sometimes I like it, sometimes not (as a note, I have had those tights for 8 years, long before the “trend”). I also have a body control full slip which can make me look exactly like Christina in these pics, depending on the dress.

      At 40 years old, I do not have a high round butt. However, with a bit (and I mean a small bit) of exercise and the miracles of Spandex, I can have this bootie making Sir-Mix-A-Lot drool. Also note that I am a wee tiny half native woman, who is not genetically disposed to have a large kick-ass butt.

      I don’t know what she’s done to herself, but I can state that it is possible to do this to yourself with the right underwear, if you have the bigger parts to begin with.

  19. LAK says:

    If your weight changes, does your behind change as well? Xtina’s weight fluctuates between extremes of the weight scale, so would her implants change accordingly?

    • Jayna says:

      I was a big fan for years. I just remember her getting more of a wide butt with a little bit of curve when heavier. Then one day Is saw her with a big round butt and I was like, what the, and I thought she had something done or was wearing padding.

    • A.Key says:

      Well my butt definitely changes as I lose or gain weight. It’s pretty noticeable.
      But it all depends on your genetic makeup.

      • AcidRock says:

        But does it actually get curvier/rounder, or just bigger/wider?

      • LAK says:

        A.Key: we aren’t talking about a natural butt here. Xtina’s butt is pretty obviously fake. As Jayna says, she had a wide, but flattish butt. Now she has a high, bubble butt.

        So I ask again, where you have butt injections which are usually 70% permament (Butt is said to shrink by 30%), does it get behave like a normal butt as your weight changes?

        I assume that if you have butt implants rather than injections, the implants behave much like breast implants when your weight changes.

  20. snowflake says:

    she always looks so cheap. and she’s pretty naturally, why does she think she needs all this makeup? and that blond is horrible

  21. Tiffany says:

    She still does music, right? I have forgotten lately what her occupation is.

    • Naddie says:

      I wonder the same. She’s so tacky and desperate to look sexy that even her great voice (and not so great music) fades on the background.

    • Mltpsych says:

      She is a coach on the Voice and she is a pretty amazing singer which comes out when she is coaching.

  22. Jayna says:

    She looks like she is sucked in by two layers of body Spanx in that dress. It looks like she can’t breath she is so sucked in all over by a tight body smoother under that dress.

  23. Jayna says:

    Christina’s posterior, with some weight gain, about the size she is now, before butt padding or fat injections.


  24. Antonym says:

    Eh, I vote natural. I’ve known people who have suddenly developed a bubble butt with pregnancy. One friend had four kids. For the first three her rear stayed the same, with the fourth her rear grew and the larger, rounder rear stayed. This was long before the days of kardashians and artificial rear-end trends.

  25. angel says:

    sigh. Christina has disappeared with the surgery. This imposter is a counterfeit! Bring back the old…

  26. dr mantis toboggan says:

    I don’t think it’s a new ass, she’s been with him for a few years

  27. Crazy says:

    WOW! I can’t believe the negativity in these comments! I highly doubt that every poster on here has a perfect look. Post your pics and let us ridicule you for your appearance. I am so disgusted…..

    • AcidRock says:

      Well it’s not so much about looking perfect as it is looking genuine and acknowledging that trends (the hypersexual, overly blonde, overly made-up) change.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      It’s called CeleBITCHY, are we not clear in the title? People come here and act like bitches, is it full of snark and negativity, it’s in the name.

  28. Susan says:

    Nah. She’s a Latin girl and that just how our bodies roll as we hit that perfect age. I think it’s her waist is tinnier maybe a corset, lips or uber-spanks. She looks like she can’t breath.

  29. Suzi says:

    Women can have naturally bigger butts just as they can boobs, we’re all different body shapes and proportions. It’s a weird world where every curve is assumed to be an implant. Although I suppose there’s only that presumption because cosmetic surgery is unfortunately so common nowadays.

    • JenniferJustice says:

      That’s the assumption because she didn’t have it 3 months ago. Something has obviously been changed.

  30. unmade_bed says:

    Tight clothes looks so desperate to me now that I’m not a teenager trying to be noticed by all the worst guys for all the wrong reasons.

    • Question everything says:

      That happened to me, too. I aim for “less tight” and “more style” in the fabric and the cut and the pattern and the colour.

      When I was a teen basically anything tight and especially in dark colours would do.
      Not any more.

  31. suzanne says:

    I cannot help but think of Hachet Face from Crybaby when I see the super white hair/ bad lipstick combo.

  32. aang says:

    What is a Brazilian Butt Lift?

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      There’s two that I know of. One is a hard core work out where you literally work your ass off and end up with an amazing ass. I’ve tried the work out and it’s hard. The other is a fat injection into the butt, they take fat from elsewhere on the body and implant it in your posterior. I guess there are also actual butt implants as well, presumably made of silicone or saline or whatever they use.

  33. JenniferJustice says:

    She definitely has something done to her butt. My husband and I noticed it right away this season of the Voice. She is actually quite trim (for her) and yet, her clothes fit odd and she has a noticable shelf back there. She tends to wear blousy things because I think she’s not good with whatever her shape is under her breasts and her waiste. She hides it regularly. But still the blousy things tend to sit on her hind end rather than hang over it. If she knew it, I’m sure she would demand a “CUT!” so she could have her fashion team fix it, but alas, she is unaware. We think it’s funny after every commercial, her hair has obviously been teased again and sits up high, but it falls fast and only lasts maybe 15 minutes. Good thing she gets lots of commercial breaks to re-do.

  34. The Original Mia says:

    I think that’s called I’ve had 2 kids and I’m in my 30s and stuff shifts. She doesn’t look any different to me. Spanxed and heavily contoured is how she rolls.

  35. SnarkGirl says:

    I’m guessing implants. Which I find really sad because she could have had a great bum (albeit a little smaller) by just hitting the gym and working out.

    Working out gives you an all-over nice physique, plus the benefits of good health. Surgery gives you pain, risk of infection, risk of DYING, risk of scarring, risk of implants moving, risk of needing more surgery … it’s just plain stupid.

  36. Whitney says:

    She’s starting to look like Hatchetface from the movie Crybaby.

  37. Question everything says:

    Why had she had so much done to her body. She was ALWAYS beautiful. As a young women just out of her teens when she started her music career with “genie out of a bottle” and then later when she had this more voluptious body.
    But lately she gives me Dolly Parton vibes.
    She is a great singer so she should use that and not use her body as an advert for plastic surgery.

  38. Iheartgossip says:

    Why oh Why are women ruining themselves in the name of beauty? This ‘look’ is as far as one can get from beauty. And just imagine in 15 – 20 years. Yikes.

    • thanx says:

      Couldn’t agree more! It is all so fake looking and tacky. They are like sideshow freaks.

  39. Loren says:

    She is SO TACKY. Her voice also sounds like nails on a chalkboard when she hits those high notes. My ears!!!!

  40. Patty says:

    Stripped and Back to Basic were great albums. She needs to go back to that.

  41. Bridget says:

    Here’s my rule of thumb: if I have to stare hard and look for multiple photos of someone, the plastic surgery speculation is kind of creepy.

  42. PrairieLilly says:

    Agree with all here she never evolves. Wouldn’t put it past her to get butt implants. Never liked her. She seems super fake and I think she’s a bit crazy. Love Brit Brit way more!

  43. Ohlala says:

    Cristina’s boobs and butt are ok I think, what I don’t like is her bow legs!

  44. Dr.Funkenstein says:

    I don’t know, but she could stand to step back from the makeup counter a few feet. Not doing herself any favors with all that.

  45. Lotta says:

    In the third photo she looks like Boy George.

  46. thanx says:

    No, no and NO to these butt implants! They look like toddlers whose diapers are full of poop. Disgusting and unattractive. Just stop with all the plastic surgery and love yourself for who you are.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      sadly, I have to agree with you, most of the fake butts I have seen do look like loaded diapers. Just like fake boobs, they look fake when they’re the wrong size or whatever.

  47. Twinkle says:

    She loves looking like a tranny.