Adrienne Bailon’s Boob Job – Before and After Images
Yes, Adrienne Bailon had plastic surgery in the form of a boob job. Check out the transformation in the images below. Was the cosmetic procedure worth it? At least, the pop singer seems to believe so.
Adrienne was born October 24, 1983 in New York City. She has Ecuadorian and Puerto Rican ancestry. Young Bailon was discovered by Ricky Martin while singing in a church. She’s a lead singer of two music bands – 3LW and The Cheetah. She played many guest star roles in several TV shows. Her famous movies are The Cheetah Girls, Buffalo Dreams, Lovestruck: The Musical, and I’m in Love with a Church Girl.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Adrienne Bailon got her implants when she was just 19 years old.
However, The Cheetah Girls singer told “The Real” in 2014 that she’d had her breast implants removed because they made her feel insecure.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Adrienne Bailon went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Adrienne Bailon's body and face are natural?
Adrienne Bailon Quotes
"I see my sister, and she's on her second baby, and I'm like, 'That's success.' Having a family - I can't wait for that."
"Understand that life is journey. I haven't achieved the success I wanted to achieve yet, but that's OK - it's coming."
"Getting your nails done with your man is so much fun. Having them help you out choosing the color, I love that. I think it's great to get a man's perspective on nails and to sit there to get your nails done with him."
"I honestly really, really love Topshop. I've bought a lot of booties from there. I think they have a great selection of really funky booties at Topshop. My splurge would be a pair of leather Christian Louboutin over-the-knee boots. They're sick! I would do a really stretchy skinny jean under a black turtleneck and call it a day!"
"Autism currently affects one in 88 children in the U.S., and its prevalence continues to rise. That's why it's important to help organizations like Autism Speaks raise awareness and funds to support families and individuals impacted by it."