Did Normani Kordei Undergo Plastic Surgery Including Boob Job, Nose Job, Botox and Lips?

Normani Kordei Plastic Surgery Nose Job Boob Job Botox Lips

Biography and Interesting Facts

Check out Normani Kordei plastic surgery pictures, facts and rumors below.

Normani was born born May 31, 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2012, Kordei auditioned on reality TV competition The X Factor and although she didn’t make the cut as a solo artist, she was given an opportunity to perform as a part of a newly formed girl group. Fifth Harmony was born. This made Normani rich and famous. In 2017, she’s competing on Dancing With the Stars. She was paired with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. Kordei has also a very charitable soul and helped several non-profit organizations in the past, including Girl Scouts of America.

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Do you believe Normani Kordei went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.

Normani Kordei Botox Nose Job Lips Plastic Surgery Rumors
Look at that face! Is it possible Normani Kordei had botox or lip fillers? Furthermore: Did she get a nose job?

Plastic Surgery History

It is known that Normani Kordei has completely natural breasts. But which plastic surgeries did she do to her body? Check out the table below!

Plastic Surgery Procedures
Nose job* Unknown
Breast enhancement/boob job** No
Breast reduction Unknown
Botox Unknown
Fillers Unknown
Facelift Unknown
Chin implants Unknown
Cheek implants Unknown
Lip injection**** Unknown
Liposuction Unknown
Abdominoplasty / Tummy tuck Unknown
Butt implants/ Butt lift Unknown
Other (gynecomastia surgery, otoplasty***, neck lift, eyelid surgery, eye surgery, eye lift) Unknown

* It is also called rhinoplasty, nose surgery.
** This includes breast enlargement ,breast augmentation, breast lift.
*** Another word for ear surgery.
**** It is also called lip augmentation.

Inspirational Quotes by Normani Kordei

I’m originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, and I just feel like it’s something that always been inside of me.

Normani Kordei

For me it’s hard, especially being a young African-American woman. My dad doesn’t look like what you might call the ‘safe’ African-American male that America would accept, if you know what I mean.

Normani Kordei

I could never repay my parents for always pushing me and believing in me as much as they did.

Normani Kordei

I think there’s a contrast between being vulnerable and, you know, ‘Girl Power!’ I think it’s important to have that balance because you don’t have to be strong all the time.

Normani Kordei

When I get on stage, Beyonce is my alter ego. The way that she’s Beyonce in real life and then Sasha Fierce on stage, I’m Normani in real life, and then I pretend to be Beyonce on stage. I just love that she’s constantly reinventing herself but stays true to who she is as a person – and she wears so many hats in her life.

Normani Kordei

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