Patti Labelle regrets plastic surgery of her nose

Legendary singer and actress Patti Labelle in his last interview to Access Hollywood admitted that during her long career in the entertainment industry she only regrets that the decision to do nose reduction plastic surgery.

Patti LaBelle

Patti LaBelle – (Real name – Patricia Louise Holte-Edwards) (May 24, 1944) is an actress, author and singer. Her career is 50 years long. For 16 years she was a singer of LaBelle and the Bluebelles. They changed their name to Labelle in 70s and epic disco song was released “Lady Marmalade”.

Patti Labelle plastic surgery

Legendary singer and actress Patti Labelle throughout her long career regrets only doing nasal surgery.
70-year-old American singer and actress Patti Labelle, after more than 50 years in the entertainment industry recently on Access Hollywood said that there are very few things that she regrets in her long career. But one thing she would certainly change, she said. She woult like dat she skiped surgery of her nose.

Before and after

Patti Labelle before and after plastic surgery

” Today’s younger version told to stop saddled with their bodies. Let’s not worry about the appearance of the nose. I had a bigger nose, so I gave it reduced. This is the only operation I have chosen. I chose to do plastic surgery on my face rather than on my body. I didn’t have any other operations that this one. I was constantly criticized because of my nose, even if it was just fine before I changed it. But I thought that when I’m on TV, it looks even bigger. That’s why I went to the intervention. Today I say to myself: ” Patti would you would not be permitted to touch your nose, you should be just what you are. ”

Patti Labelle before anda after plastic surgery

Patti LaBelle is performing on show “Dancing with stars” with her partner Artem Chigvintsev. With her 70 years of age she looks and dances like she is in her 40’s. Check other Dancing with stars celebrities like Charlotte McKinneySuzanne Somers and Suzanne Somers.

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