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Leona Lewis Plastic Surgery Before and After Photo

Leona Lewis is a British singer and songwriter who achieved national recognition when she won the third series of The X Factor in 2006. She won a £1 million recording contract with Simon Cowell’s record label, Syco Music, back then. Her single, which came up to be the winner, a cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “A Moment Like This”, hit the number one for four weeks on the UK singles chart and broke the world record for having 50,000 digital downloads within 30 minutes. In February 2007, Lewis signed a five-album contract in the US with Clive Davis’ s record label, J Records (now RCA Records).

Leona Lewis Plastic Surgery Leona Lewis Plastic Surgery Before and After Photo

Leona Lewis Plastic Surgery Before and After

Despite being young at age 29, she, like many other celebrities, can’t get rid of the rumors about her having some surgery performed. By comparing her old and recent photos, we can spot some differences on her nose. Now her nose looks much slimmer and smaller. The tip looks sharper and more pointed while the bridge appears narrower. This can be considered as a drastic change because the difference is so significant. Many people believe that nothing can do this kind of change but rhinoplasty or nose job. Her breasts are showing some alterations as well. The chest appeared larger than it used to be, and it might be the result of boob job that she has undergone since it is not so easy to get such shape through good diet and regular exercise or even a good push-up bra.

However, she indeed looks different from her previous look, but she indeed did become more stunning, prettier, beautiful, and attractive in her recent appearance then when her career was just starting. Facing these rumors, she keeps denying the speculations about her undergoing plastic surgery. Her spokesperson even once said that all the rumors about it as “utter nonsense” and “rubbish”. So what do you think? Did she have them done or not?

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