Biography and Interesting Facts
We have listed all plastic surgeries Stacey Solomon has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Third place finisher on the sixth season of The X Factor (UK) who has gained solo success with songs like “Driving Home for Christmas,” which she released in 2011.
She became pregnant at age seventeen while studying at King Solomon High School. She auditioned for The X Factor with “What a Wonderful World” in 2009.
She renewed her reality fame by winning the tenth season of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here.
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Do you believe Stacey Solomon went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.
Plastic Surgery History
“I completely understand why people get surgery and I don’t take any judgement on them whatsoever but I am really pleased that I never did and I am really glad that instead of trying to change myself I tried to change my outlook and it’s been a lot more productive to me personally,” she added.
Which plastic surgeries did Stacey Solomon do on the body? Check out known facts in the table below!
- It is also called rhinoplasty, nose surgery.
- This includes breast enlargement, breast augmentation, breast lift.
- It is also called lip augmentation.
Inspirational Quotes by Stacey Solomon
"I just have never been a drinker. No matter how much I try I just can't stand the taste of it or the way it makes me feel out of control, which is a no-go for an anxiety-ridden control freak like me."- Stacey Solomon
"People always warned me not to dye my hair too much or use too much heat but I ignored their advice. I always wanted to go blonder, straighter, slicker. The result? Wiry, broken strands and a psoriasis-ridden scalp. Stress causes flare-ups and it's so damn itchy."- Stacey Solomon
"I'm one of seven, so I do want a big family."- Stacey Solomon
"I've felt like my whole life, I've had to prove I'm not an idiot."- Stacey Solomon
"I think we all need to accept that some people feel insecure about their body shape even when they're super slim."- Stacey Solomon