Naya Rivera’s Boob Job – Before and After Images
Are the rumors about Naya Rivera’s boob job true? She already looks fabulous but might have wanted to look even better. Learn all about the actor’s plastic surgery below.
Naya was born January 12, 1987 in Valencia, California. She has Puerto Rican, African American, and German ancestry. Although appearing in couple of movies, she is mostly famous through TV series, such as The Royal Family, The Bernie Mac Show, and Glee. In 2013, Naya announced engagement with her boyfriend Big Sean, recording artist.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Naya Rivera’ Plastic Surgery Process Her lips—and eyes—appearance larger than ever, indicating that she received injections, and perhaps even a blepharoplasty (eyelid surgical treatment). The most effective component that appears herbal right here is her hair, which has been chopped to collarbone-length.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Naya Rivera 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 Naya Rivera's body and face are natural?
Naya Rivera Quotes
"From the time I was 16 to really up until turning 21, the roles were really, really few and far between. I had people say that I just wasn't a good singer. They didn't know what to do with me; I would never fit in any markets. I almost quit acting altogether."
"I find it's really hard for anybody to meet anyone. I'm not big on dates anyways. I still have to work that out."
"Honestly, I never thought I'd actually be playing a teen lesbian. I didn't think it was going to go this far. But I'm glad that it did, because there have been a lot of fans who have expressed that they've been going through similar situations in their lives."
"For people to even think that I'd be considered or a good candidate for a supporting actress nomination is mind blowing to me."
"I am half Puerto Rican, a quarter German and a quarter black. That was always a big issue for me - being mixed race - because casting directors tended to be very like, 'OK, are you Hispanic for this role?' 'Or is she going to be African American?'"