What Plastic Surgery Has Marie Osmond Had?
Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a TV show host like Marie Osmond, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Marie Osmond fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.
Marie was born October 13, 1959 in Ogden, Utah. She’s has many musicians in her family and started her solo career in 1970’s. Her biggest hit was Paper Roses. Osmond turned down the offer to play Sandy in Grease because she didn’t like moral message of the script. She was guest starring on many TV shows. She’s currently married for the fourth times.
She got married to Steve Craig on June 26, 1982 then to Brian Blosil on October 28, 1986. After her second divorce, she remarried her former husband Steve on May 4, 2011. In total, she has four daughters and four sons.
She had an opportunity to play Sandy in the film Grease, but turned down the role and it eventually went to Olivia Newton-John.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Despite the plastic surgery speculation, Marie has only admitted to going under the knife for one procedure. She opened up about her breast reduction surgery during a 2013 episode of The Talk. “I had very large breasts,” the country pop star said. “I had a breast reduction.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Marie Osmond went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Marie Osmond's body and face are natural?
Marie Osmond Quotes
"I am happy. I have a wonderful marriage. I was in a not-great second marriage for 20 years, then I fell in love with Steve, my first husband, again, and we remarried. I wore the dress from our first wedding in 1982 - it was tight, but I could get into it."
"I think a couple should complete one another, not compete with one another."
"Divorce is challenging. When your kids go through things, it's tough. But it's no different for any other woman. And I have great compassion for single moms. It's lousy out there for them. I had the ability to work. I have always been the provider anyway, but there are a lot of women who can't support themselves."
"You just need to be honest with how you're feeling. But, a lot of women are afraid of it because they think, 'Oh, they are going to take my baby away. They're gonna call me incompetent. I'm going to lose my job. I've got to be tough, it's a man's world.'"
"Never be too busy to listen to your instinctive feelings when something feels wrong."