Star: Taylor Swift ‘loves looking curvy & thinks her fuller chest looks healthy’


At this point, it’s no secret that Taylor Swift has had some work done… allegedly. Or should I say, it’s no secret that literally everyone believes that Swifty had some work done. I first noticed her (very noticeable) boob job in 2012. I believe strongly that Swift either got some sub-par work back then, or she just wanted something different a few years later, because for months now, Taylor has been walking around with a noticeably larger chest. Like, larger than her 2012 boob job. Still, when everyone began to notice Taylor’s new (ALLEGED!) work a few months back, “sources” ran to E! News to say that Taylor did not get a boob job and that “she has always liked her breasts.” Cough. So, Star Magazine decided to do a rehash, this time with sources claiming that Taylor is now admitting that she got work done, but she insists she got it done for herself and no one else.

It’s no secret that Taylor Sift has been trying to revamp her image in the wake of her messy breakup with Calvin Harris and cringeworthy rebound with Tom Hiddleston, but brand-new photos of Swift beg the question: is she starting with her cup size?

One insider wouldn’t put it past Taylor to sneak in a boob job.

“Taylor has a very thin frame and has always been self-conscious over her smaller chest, so no one would be surprised if that’s the case,” says the source. Surgery rumors began to swirl earlier this summer when, during her Fourth of July bash, Taylor not only showed off new beau Tom, but an unusually large and perky bustline as well.

While some fans are blasting her for “ruining” her wholesome, all-natural image, Taylor is telling friends that she’s only focused on pleasing one person: herself.

“She loves looking curvy and thinks her fuller chest looks healthy. She doesn’t pay attention to the vicious comments or opinions because she’s happy and that’s what’s important.”

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

If she got a boob job (or two) because SHE wanted it, then God bless. My suggestion would be to just acknowledge it and move on. But she’s in that conundrum of so many starlets/pop stars who actively appeal to the “wholesome” demographic – that demo will be “disappointed” if Taylor ever does come out and say “yeah, I got some work and I’m happier now.” The conversation will be about “what kind of role model is she?” and “how do I explain this to my 11 year old Swiftloonie daughter?” As for the idea that the comments about Taylor are “vicious”… from what I’ve seen, most people are just like, “Wow, she might have gone up a size too big for her frame with her most recent boob job.” Is that vicious?



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  1. Locke Lamora says:

    I don’t think they’re too big for her frame. When I think about people who got boobs too big for their frame I think Angelina Jolie. Taylor still looks pretty proportioned.

    • Erinn says:

      Yeah, honestly – I think they look fine. When she drops weight sometimes the rest of her chest looks a bit weird with them. But overall? I’d be incredibly happy to have a body like hers, real or fake.

    • Pandy says:

      They look fine on her. Natural size.

    • LoveIsBlynd says:

      I taught my tween son to NOT make fun of “boob jobs” because many women have them (Jolie) due to post op cancer treatment. Or a woman has felt inadequate or insecure; I want to grow up with compassion not judgeiness.

      • Lisa says:


      • susanne says:

        This could be a good jump-off to talk to preteens about body image and the way we talk about women’s and men’s bodies. I actually did some of this over the past few days with mine- not over taylor swift- I’m so grateful my kids know less about her than I do!

      • Locke Lamora says:

        Did I imply people should make fun of boob jobs? First of all, I don’t think plastic surgery is a bad thing if people have certain insecurities. And especially not if people have medical issues, like Angelina had. But I don’t think saying that hers are, in my opinion, a bit too big for her frame such a bad thing.

    • Anna says:

      I think they look fine for her frame but how is she now “curvy”???? That’s ridiculous

      • Starkiller says:

        In American parlance (and Star is a US publication so it makes sense), “curvy” either means “thin with boobs” or is a polite way of telling someone they’re fat. Whether the boobs are homegrown or tupperware makes no difference.

  2. QueenB says:

    for Taylor anything that isnt worship is vicious.

  3. Bluebelle says:

    I agree. Her image is so carefully controlled that admitting it would be out of her “steps to take as Taylor Swift”. She should just come out with it, with a simple clean response. Having plastic surgery should not be taboo when you compare it to some of the out of line topics 2016 has brought.

    • TrueStory says:

      Yeah….the celebs who actually admit to surgery are usually lower level celebs OR its soooo obvious they have to admit to it.

      Otherwise, it’s bad for business to take the mystery and conversation away from the change by talking about it directly. Just flat out admitting the surgery takes away the buzz, the articles like these….. that’s not what they want see Kardashians…Beyonce…Jolie..all the major stars who get obvious work done prefer the public to speculate as opposed to people like Naya Rivera for example was very upfront about her work

      It’s like trolling in a way.

    • We Are All Made Of Stars says:

      Yes, but admitting it would be tantamount to clawing down the protective princess veil that she surrounds herself in, and the bluntness of it would open a door to more direct and skeptical questioning from the press….how would the wronged snowflake handle that?

      • Deborah says:

        There very suitable to her definitely not overdone. Good for her to do something for herself after she is always there for everyone. She’s donated over 4 million dollars . To Louisiana , Italy. And children’s hospital after her godson surgery. She took a lot of time off to be with her mother during her cancer. Now she’s going to take some time to be with Selena during her lupus therapy. Thank you taylor for having a heart of gold.

  4. Kate says:

    If I had paid money for my chest, I too would think it looked “healthy”.

  5. paolanqar says:

    To each their own,, but I would never ever want big boobs.
    They bring so much hassle and discomfort when I gain weight that I am much happier with my smaller breasts.

    Also, big fake boobs doesn’t mean curvy.

    • Pepper says:

      This. As someone with massive boobs, I get going from an A-cup to a small C, but more than that and you’re just paying for a lot of hassle and quite probably pain.

      I had a breast reduction and it was amazing how much easier life was with small-ish boobs. I could buy nice bras cheaply, I could do high impact exercise with a $30 sports bra instead of a $150 sports bra and binding, I went from struggling to find clothes that didn’t either make me look frumpy or like a porn star to being able to wear just about anything, I could move more freely, my posture was better, and most importantly, all the pain went away. I didn’t even realize how uncomfortable I’d been until one day it literally felt like a huge weight had been lifted. Even in the recovery stage I was more comfortable than I’d been since pre-puberty. Of course the stupid things came back within a few years even though I only gained a few pounds, but it was freakin amazing while it lasted.

      • Erinn says:

        Ahhhh god, yes. If I were to get work done, it’d probably be a reduction.

        It’s hard to find things to fit properly with a D/DD cup. It’s EXPENSIVE. I was googling for sports bras yesterday, and I’m going to have to spend like… $70 MINIMUM to find something that doesn’t make me feel like I’m being strangled at the chest. I’ve yet to find something in town that will fit AND be supportive. I can find comfy ones that will fit but not offer any real support. Or I can find crazy supportive ones that are waaaay too tight in weird places.

      • KB says:

        That’s my fear, getting them back after a reduction. My chest is the first place I gain weight and the last place I lose it.

      • lilacflowers says:

        I just want one that i doesn’t trap me in some painful position with my arms pinned so all I can do is flail my hands, just the hands, the rest can’t move, around in the air when I try to remove it. Is that really too much to ask?

      • paleokifaru says:

        I’m a 32DD and getting larger as I’m pregnant. The only brand of sports bra that has worked for me is Under Armour. I’ve found a few at TJ Maxx for a longer than regular price but they’re so good it may be worth it to pay the price on UA’s website or Amazon. I personally like the ones that have the adjustable band in the back so I can move or up or down the width depending on how expanded my lungs feel that day!

      • idontknowyouyoudontknowme says:

        Well, but what counts as a “small C”? Without the band size it means nothing. I wear a 32E but I definitely don’t look like I’m about to fall over, in fact I think I have relatively smaller than average boobs, and experience no discomfort, I’m able to sleep on my stomach! I think the majority of women who get reductions are way larger than a D/DD unless its like a 40DD.. they are actually G/H cups or above, where I can actually imagine the discomfort.

      • qwerty says:


        That’s very true. I don’t really wear bras these days, mostly just bralettes but back when I still wore underwire my size was 60DD/E. I remember asking for it in bra-fitting shop, women standing nearby turned around to have a look at me lmao. I had a BMI of like 18,5, my breasts are small, and so was the bra – with a band size 60 (cm) which I think is 28 in the US/UK, the smallest available – you’d have to have a J-K cup or bigger for your breasts to be considered sizeable, I’d guess. There’s a subreddit called ABraThatFits if anyone wants to figure out their correct size.

      • Jag says:

        Ladies, check out SheFit which is a sports bra that one of my friends recommends. She is larger chested and recommended it for her larger chested friends. I haven’t bought it yet, but thought I’d pass it along in case y’all wanted to try it.

    • INeedANap says:

      Yeah, curvy =/= boobs. I think you need the whole thing to be curcy, i.e. waist/hip ratio, booty, and boobs. Like, Sofia Vergara is curvy.

      • We Are All Made Of Stars says:


      • cygne says:

        Curvy just means WHR,Candice swanepoel is the definition of curvy in my opinion, shes slim, but with the best curves ive seen in Victoria Secret…apart from her boobs ive never noticed if Sofiaa Vegara has a good WHR.

    • Syko says:

      Right. She still has a flat butt.

      I would love smaller boobs. I went from a very full C to a DD with the first baby, and I’ve never seen that they are an advantage. I’ve never known the joy of going braless, and have always had to choose swimsuits according to the strength of the built-in bra, not the style, color or appeal. Now that I’m retired, I mostly wear sports bras, which are hella comfortable, but tend to push everything up and forward so my chest looks like the prow of a ship. A fairly large ship. I’d trade ’em for a B any day.

  6. Goats on the Roof says:

    No, she shouldn’t have to “acknowledge it.” Anyone with eyes knows she got the work done because it’s obvious, but her surgical decisions–cosmetic or otherwise–are her business and do not belong to the public just because she’s famous.

    • Crumpet says:


    • Luca76 says:

      I agree but I do think the denials from her team are disingenuous (yes I know who we are talking about).

      • LeAnn Stinks says:

        I think that applies to all these celebrities who deny work, it is not only disingenuous, but, oh so, obvious.

    • ell says:

      i agree with you, however the difference is between not acknowledging it because is nobody’s business but hers, and lying. she’s not saying anything which is fine, the karshashians’ way of lying about it though, i hate.

    • Becky says:

      Sorry I disagree, when she has a young, impressionable fanbase she’s a role model and is projecting a perfect image (which includes her body), and young girls think that boobs just grow on their own, not that you’ve just paid a lot of money for some good ps.

      • Easypeasy123 says:

        I’m pretty certain my boobs just grew on their own

      • Becky says:

        Haha – so did mine when I was 13 over a years worth of growth.

        What I meant was in a few weeks – look at pics of Taylor at the Met Gala then in July in Nashville, her chest was about 2 sizes bigger, with just a few pounds of weight gain.

        Impossible without putting on a load of weight or the help of a surgeon.

    • noway says:

      Not just Taylor, but why do any of them have to say they had a boob job. Really none of anyone’s business, and sorry but this is a kind of obvious surgery, especially if you catch them in bikini’s regularly, like Taylor and most of these young stars. If they want to talk about it great. If not mind your own business.

    • Kate says:

      She does not have to acknowledge it but lying about it is, I think, what people are irritated by. Same with other celebrities that have plastic surgery. Do it, don’t do it. I don’t care. But don’t lie and act like this is your natural body/face.

  7. Linda says:

    Swift doesn’t have to explain anything to anyone. It’s her body, she’s an adult and she can do as she pleases. If someone has a ‘swiftaloonie” daughter, it’s that simple.

    • Lindsay says:

      That requires talking to your kids though. Having celebrity “role models” raise them is so much easier 🙂

      Big boobs =/= curvy though. She is still thin but has bigger boobs.

    • sunny says:

      What kind of parent allows their kids to have such an obsession with a celebrity? What kind of person has deep feelings about people they don’t even know and will never ever meet or befriend? It is such a bizarre and alien mentality and I just don’t get it!!

      • ell says:

        meh, it’s part of growing up. parents can’t control their children’s feelings, for instance my parents never encouraged my celeb crushes as a teen, yet i had them and eventually just grew out of it.

      • Mae says:

        Heaps of people. Not only for real people, but for imaginary characters from books and movies/tv too. It’s common and part of growing up to find various people to aspire to and admire. Many people do seem to pick rather sub-par role models/heroes though.

      • Kate says:

        I don’t think parents so much “allow” the obsession as much as it is just a part of growing up and finding your way in the world.

  8. Betti says:

    I don’t get some people’s obsession with a big chest – i have a full chest and its really not all that. Exercising is not fun/can be painful and bra shopping is hell as I struggle to get the styles i like that fit properly; plus men look at them when i talk even thou they can’t talk back. Its only my boy friends that love them 😉

    However, its not just her chest she’s messed with – her face is almost like a different person (nose, eyes etc…). She’s still young and attractive – no need to turn to surgery but hey if it makes her happy…..

    • Sue says:

      This! And plus teeth and her cheeks too somehow. She looks too puffy sometimes…

    • Erinn says:

      It’s a ‘the grass is always greener’ thing. A lot of people with larger chests want smaller, and vice versa. Not all, but a decent chunk of people.

      When I can find something that fits properly and looks good, I like mine. But most of the time I think it’d be pretty awesome be a B.

      • Malificent says:

        Absolutely. I have three older sisters, and I’m the only one with a sizable chest. I took a lot of teasing. Especially from my second sister, who is very petite and small-breasted. She used to be absolutely cruel about teasing me (in public, in front of boys, at family events). She’s 8 years older than I am — so we’re talking about a 22-year-old teasing a 14-year-old.

        We finally talked about it years later, and she admitted that she was jealous. I never understood it — my sister is the most traditionally “pretty one” in the family. She has a cute, petite figure, that’s much easier to dress in modern clothes than my (former) hourglass shape. I would have been perfectly happy to trade my chest for her long, thin legs.

        I wasted a lot of my younger years trying to hide my figure because I didn’t want to look trampy. Or because I was being body-shamed for something outside of my control. In retrospect, I wish I had had the self-confidence in my later teens and 20s to totally work it while I had it!

    • cygne says:

      Sorry but she hasnt had any work done on her nose or teeth. Her teeth have alway sbeen big, you can see that from her teenage photos. And there is no difference in her nose…unless you count contouring on the red carpet.

  9. Sue says:

    Well I always thought natural is healthy but whatever. She has a thin frame and these boobs are more on sides and that doesn´t look pretty in clothes with low neckline. It was visible in the dress she wore during one dinner in OZ. Anyway, if she is happy, good for her.

  10. Steph says:

    Kinda off topic, but i been reading some conspiracy theories lol about taylor beign a lesbian or at least bi, and im starting to believe it. The “friendship”with dianna agron was so weird and then when they met again at VMAs after some years. And some pictures with Karlie are really awkward and the room she had in her apartment just for karlie. Lol, its been really entertaining reading about this.

  11. AlleyCat says:

    Is that vicious? To someone like Taylor, yes. She needs to be constantly fawned over otherwise people are mean.

    Her body is not curvy, not even if she added fake boobs. I still find her fake teeth the most offensive thing she’s done to herself. They are wayyyyy too big for her mouth.

  12. MI6 says:

    Putting plastic/silicone in your body isn’t “healthy.”

    • Aang says:

      I thought the same. If she feels better about herself, fine. But it is not a healthy choice for her body. For her mental health, maybe.

      • Samab says:

        You mental healt..i personally think someone who s mentally healthy should just accept the size you re born with and avoid a surgical operation for such a superficial reason

  13. Nancy says:

    This is all such nonsense to me. Society has placed such a burden on women to be the perfect size, have perfect hair, clothes, etc. Sad to me that she fell into the trap. What a boob!!

    • Lucky jane says:

      Yep. The older I get the sadder I think it is. Everyone can do what they like but doing stuff like this makes you part of the problem when you have a perfectly good body already. I dealt with so much crap from guys about being flat chested… Being told how hot I would look if I got breast implants. That’s hard on your self esteem when you’re young. I am super thin and it just wasn’t meant for me to have big boobs. I would have loved to have had some… But I wasn’t going to cut up my body for them. So glad I don’t have a daughter.

      • Nancy says:

        Jane, guys telling you would look better with a bigger bust are assholes. You should have told them to drop their drawers to see how they were hanging! Big boobs on very thin women are usually implants or genetic. I don’t understand the joy of marveling over water balloons on a woman’s chest. It’s all so ridiculous. The most important thing is we have them and are healthy. I’m sure you look fab!

      • Lostmymind says:

        This. Yes, everyone has the right to do whatever they want with their body. However, how are we supposed to raise girls to be happy with what they were born with when everyone is cutting themselves up to change themselves? Actions speak louder than words.

  14. Whatabout says:

    It’s strange that there’s been little about Tom and her. How long has it been since they’ve been together? Feels like a month. Are they already over?

    • Sue says:

      Last pap stroll on July 27 in Santa Monica and rumored weekend in Nashville together ca. Aug 14-16.
      And it is not over till it´s over , you know 😉
      I´m fearing big come-back on Emmy´s night…

      • Whatabout says:

        I wonder if she won’t go because of the likely jokes that she will have to endure. And everyone knows she can’t take a joke about herself.

      • Lama Bean says:

        I’m absolutely on board with them being over and just not announcing it because she knows it would make her look petty and ridiculous.

  15. shelly* says:

    I think she looks good, nothing wrong with doing what makes you happy.
    She doesn’t have to explain her actions to anyone, however if you get “sources” to deny a boob job when its patently obvious you have had one, then people are bound to throw a bit of shade your way.

    I mean, its just not authentic……..

    P.S. A pair of bolt ons on a thin frame does not equate to curvy.

    • susiecue says:


    • Lisa says:

      I think she’s using curvy correctly, for once. Curvy, to me, means that you have a bigger bust, small hips, and larger waist and thighs. Not always hourglass, but that general shape, not just straight up and down (like me!!)

      • anon33 says:

        Can we not let Taylor have this? Please? She’s not curvy by any stretch of the imagination!!!!

        Curvy means hourglass. Curvy means you’ve got boobs AND a booty. It does NOT mean “not straight up and down.” And you most assuredly cannot be “curvy” with small hips, but larger thighs. That’s not how being curvy works. You need to reverse that ratio.

      • Tetchy says:

        Nope, she’s not getting curvy. What Lisa is describing is not curvy. Having a big bust and straight everything else is having one curve. Having breasts, hips, butt and a smaller waist – that is curvy.

      • cygne says:

        Taylor IS curvy though! Shes pear shaped with a good WHR…Curvy is a shape not a weight.

  16. Becky says:

    So the boob job isn’t because her new bf is obviously a boob man, or this new curviness fits into her new mature image? Right

    Shame she can’t fix her personality issues as well like her obvious narcissism.

    • Tetchy says:

      I’m okay with the narcissism. We’re all guilty of that from time to time. The constant lying and attempts to foist her own distorted reality on people are more worrying. She’s denied the boob jobs multiple times as if having media outlets say she hasn’t tinkered will make it true.

  17. seesittellsit says:

    As if women everywhere weren’t already fed from infancy the idea that they need to be “fixed” because whatever they are, it’s never good enough. Whether she looks “better” or not to me isn’t the issue: the issue is that with a nice figure, a pretty face, lovely skin, youth, all the clothes and accessories any woman could fantasize about – it still wasn’t enough and even Taylor Swift had to be “fixed” to chase some chimerical ideal that will make her no more capable of giving or receiving love than she ever was. She and the boyfriend who has always pretended to value honesty and warmth and authenticity are a pair of shallow t***s. End of.

    • Sue says:

      I don´t think her new BF forced her to do this. This is her own insecurity. Maybe just a good (and a bit stuffed) bra and better posture would do the same ( and less dresses with lots of naked skin).

      • seesittellsit says:

        @Sue – I didn’t suggest her new “boyfriend” forced her to do this, nor have I ever supposed he did. What I do think is that both of them want to have their cake and eat it, too: present themselves as deep thoughtful people (especially him) when in fact both of them are shallow narcissists. They deserve each other.

    • Lucky jane says:

      This is kind of what I was saying. I don’t want to be mean about someone doing what they want with their own body… But it really does irritate me. I just feel like these people are perpetuating something that isn’t attainable. And I certainly don’t want to hear one of them talking about girl power or anything like that. Cutting yourself up to fit someone else’s fantasy… Because,no, you didn’t do that for yourself. None of my business and yet so aggravating to me.

      • Sue says:

        I would like to have +1 size for my self sometimes, but the fear if something would go wrong with the surgery is bigger than my vanity. So I just love them and I´m glad they are healthy 😉

      • Lostmymind says:

        I agreed with you above. Also, it irks me when people say they’re doing it for “me”. Eh, you’re doing it because you’ve probably been told your whole life that you’re fat/ugly/flat chested. If you were on a desert island and nobody was there to critique how you looked, would you really want those boobs or that liposuction? It’s solely for other people’s gaze.

      • Bonzo says:

        Spot on. No one gets plastic surgery simply for themselves. It’s born out of feeling flawed, inadequate or substandard and a desire to be more attractive to others.

        Most people aren’t happy with themselves and this is just one way people seek to make themselves feel better. Working on one’s self-confidence is a lot harder than paying for surgical improvements.

      • anon33 says:

        I had a breast reduction and that was 100% for me. My posture was literally tilted forward due to the weight of my breasts-they ended up removing TEN POUNDS worth of boob and I still had full Cs when it was done. I could not stand up straight, not to mention the rivets and pain in my back and shoulders for years from carrying those massive breasts and wearing industrial strength undergarments. So, some people do “need” plastic surgery for physical reasons. My insurance even paid for it because it was deemed medically necessary. Oh yeah and I was EIGHT when they started to grow, so “working on my self esteem” wouldn’t really have helped in my situation, but thanks for the faux concern.

      • Bonzo says:

        I think it’s obvious we’re not taking about reduction surgery or other types of plastic surgery done for health reasons.

    • A.Key says:

      I completely agree.

    • We Are All Made Of Stars says:

      +1 very well said.

  18. deevia says:

    She’s so obssessed with Kanye now she tries to look like his wife! Eeww she’s so creepy. If this was people we know, we would call her a stalker.

    There! See how I can creative a narrative to fit my purpose of making someone sound unhinged too? *massive eye role*

  19. Dara says:

    Boobs, schmoobs – can we talk about how she refuses to dress like a grown-up? The only time she makes an effort to dress her age is when she’s headed to the gym (btw, has she worn the same workout gear more than once?) or staging a boyfriend photo-op. Otherwise it looks like she’s on her way to meet her friends at the mall to stampede through Forever21 before they have a marathon gossip session at the food court. Is that really her personal style or is she pandering to her tween fanbase?

    That snarky comment aside, it looks like she’s gained some weight in other places besides her chestal region, and it looks good on her.

    • bettyrose says:

      When she first moved to Manhattan, it seemed like there were all these pictures of her out in micro-minis with stiletto heels, which I guess is a more “mature” look than mall-gear, but that seemed so uncomfortable for walking around. At least the clothes in these pics look comfy.

  20. Guest says:

    I agree that she probably has to worry about her fan base I once told one of her fans that Taylor probably had work done and she flipped out on me.

  21. Christianna says:

    Silicon is healthy?

  22. Dumbledork says:

    If Taylor injected about 10 more pounds of plastic into her lips and ass, maybe she would be on par with Kanyes wife. And throw in a camel toe, high heels and an overcoat, call it a day.

  23. prettylights says:

    Meh, no shade to her. If it makes her happy then who cares. She should just be honest with her fans about it.

    I grew B cups in 8th grade, had C’s by Junior year, and was a D by the time I graduated high school. Since I’ve always been ‘blessed’ in that department I have no place to say anything if a woman with a smaller chest wants to enhance it. Some people embrace it and some don’t and want what they don’t have. Frankly I wish mine were a bit smaller because I’m short and curvy and the wrong outfits tend to make me look bigger than I am just based on my chest/hips – like if I don’t cinch in my waist (I have an hourglass shape) then I just look like a blob. I won’t get a reduction though because they aren’t big/annoying enough for all that. My physical therapist did tell me they might be contributing to my lower back problems though 🙁

    • Lilacflowers says:

      Large breasts can do a number on your spine and insurance often does cover reduction surgery if necessary to prevent further damage.

      • prettylights says:

        I’ve also been in a couple of pretty serious car accidents and have degenerative disc disease and mild lumbar scoliosis, so I’m just f’d all around.

        I do wonder if a small reduction might help some though.

      • lilacflowers says:

        Please talk about it with your primary care doctor. And if your insurance balks, file an appeal with medical documentation.

  24. Lisa says:

    I’m not going to judge. I used to wonder about women who got implants, but now I want to get my own done for purely cosmetic reasons. My body is a bit wonky and it would even things out a little bit. I wouldn’t go for anything huge, just something that would fit my frame better. It’s not always about bending solely to society.

  25. Anare says:

    If Swift is happy with them that’s great. She looks like she has gained a little weight so they look fine. She looks healthy. She clearly is not curvy! LOL!

  26. Sara says:

    She’s so LAME, no wonder they all dump her!

  27. Jillybean says:

    Skinnier you get the smaller your boobs get… And vice versa… When ya get the boobs, ya get the butt

  28. A Fan says:

    Isn’t anyone happy with little boobs anymore? How ’bout natural boobs? Not talking about illness and specific situations like that.

    There is now a whole generation of boys (and girls) who are being raised thinking natural boobs (shapes and sizes) are no good.

    [*Sad and bizarre.*]

    • ladytron2000 says:

      Was anyone ever really happy with small boobs though?

      I’d say if you’re a woman, you MIGHT prefer smallER boobs for physical or sartorial reasons. But if you’re a man, then no. You want a mate who looks like a woman and not a pubescent adolescent.

  29. Lisa Stensson says:

    It’s fine that she got them for herself. TO each their own… I just hope she doesn’t get sick from them. I got VERY sick from having big toxic bags of “safe” saline implants in my body…so have countless other women including Crystal Hefner and Many more. I hope she doesn’t regret it when the time comes that her body becomes potentially autoimmune reactive. 🙁 It happens to most women at some point when they put them in. Sometimes it takes years….It’s just a matter of time. i think she looks great…but she may not realize her health is being compromised by how toxic silicone is. 🙁 wishing her the best outcome.