What Plastic Surgery Has James Arthur Gotten?
What plastic surgery procedures did James Arthur do? Below we gathered James Arthur’s plastic surgery facts like nose jobs, botox, lips, and boob jobs. Check it out!
James Arthur is a British singer and songwriter who won the ninth series of the UK competition show The X Factor in 2012. He released his debut single, “Impossible,” by Syco Music, which topped the UK Singles Chart in its first week of release. Arthur won a BRIT Award for the single. Born James Andrew Arthur on March 2, 1988 in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, to a Scottish father, Neil Arthur, and an English mother, Shirley Ashworth, he has four sisters and one brother. He started writing and recording songs when he was 15 years old. He won the ninth series of The X Factor in 2012 and released “Impossible” as the winner’s single.
His mother Shirley raised him alongside his four siblings: Sian, Jasmin, Charlotte, and Neve.
He was mentored by Nicole Scherzinger on The X Factor after singing “A Million Love Songs.”
Plastic Surgery Facts
On Monday, May 29, the famous singer was wearing an entirely different appearance in the ITV studio, according to Birmingham Live. The musician hasn’t commented on the Botox rumors, but he has previously admitted to getting a nose operation and veneers to correct his teeth.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not James Arthur went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether James Arthur's body and face are natural?
James Arthur Quotes
"All my confidence has disappeared because the whole nation thinks I'm a homophobe who looks like a monster."
"I've found a way to live in the here and now."
"I was asked, 'Why do you think the male 'X Factor' winners haven't been successful in the past?' And I said, 'Because obviously the body of work that they've brought out wasn't good enough,' and that was it."
"I've done a few face palms after things I've said because it's stupid. But if I'm not like that, I won't feel human anymore. I'll just feel like some robot saying what I'm supposed to say. I think that's when people lose it."
"People had told me to try 'The X Factor' for years, but I thought I'd be moody and hate it all. But it's what I needed. I asked Mum and Dad to come to my 'X Factor' audition, and it was the first time that they'd been in the same room in years."