Heather Morris’ Plastic Surgery – What We Know So Far
Heather Morris’ body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check out her height, body measurements, weight, shoe size, and whether she has undergone cosmetic surgery!
Heather was born February 1, 1987 in Los Angeles, California. Despite her youthful look, Morris is already married (since 2015) and has two kids. Heather trained jazz, tap, and contemporary dance she she was only 9. In 2006, Morris competed on reality series So You Think You Can Dance season 2. In 2017, she’ll be competing on Dancing With the Stars season 24, partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Some say, it’s not particularly fair for her to attend this type of reality show, since she’s almost a professional when it comes to dancing.
Plastic Surgery Facts
In 2011, Glee star Heather Morris admitted she did have breast implants – but she hated them so much she recently had them removed.
‘Implants were something I thought I wanted when I was younger, and now I don’t,’ she said.
‘It was hard being active with them, because my chest was always sore. It hurt a lot, and I didn’t like being in pain – so they had to go!’
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Heather Morris went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Unknown|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Heather Morris' body and face are natural?
Heather Morris Quotes
I want to make everybody laugh.
I go through different phases and change my mind about my style all the time. In the winter, I wanted to wear jeans and pumps and black and leather all the time. Right now, I want to wear long skirts and belts, with my hair in a ponytail. It changes all the time!
Dancing was my sport when I was younger. So I chose that over everything. And then, I just had to keep going because it became a competitive thing. But I’m not trying to impress anyone anymore. Dancing is more like my art, now.
I carry one black mascara and one brown.
Me and my roommate wrote and directed a little short comedy called ‘The Elevator.’