Does Adele suffer from a plastic surgery addiction? New reports claim that her friends and family are concerned about her constantly changing looks. According to a source quoted in its August 5 issue, Adele has become obsessed with her public image following a 100-pound weight loss over two years.
Adele has become obsessed with her image and has undergone extensive cosmetic surgery. One source claims the singer is addicted to plastic surgery and constantly researches the latest procedures online. The insider also speculated that the "Skyfall" singer had had some significant changes made to her face, noticing that her nose was thinner, while her lips appeared to be more defined.
According to a doctor, Adele appeared to have undergone some considerable changes, including the placement of fillers in her lips and the thinned appearance of her nose; botox may also have been used. "I suspect Adele might have undergone Botox injections into her forehead and frown lines as well, as these areas appear unnaturally smooth and wrinkle-free.
Adele looks great overall," a plastic surgeon said. Adele's boyfriend Rich Paul, according to the publication, disagrees with her and believes that she has been getting excessive enhancements.
Sources indicate that he has warned his girlfriend to curtail her procedures. The insider stated, "Rich has warned Adele to tone it down. He does not want to date some Hollywood Barbie doll. He loves Adele just as she is.". While there have been reports of Adele undergoing plastic surgery, she has not yet been shown to have done so.
Two Adele photos are compared in the article as evidence of the vocalist's changing appearance-one is a paparazzi snap from 2013, and the other from 2008. The looks of someone change as they grow older is not unusual.
Furthermore, Adele continues to look recognizable despite her drastic weight loss. Regardless of whether she did accomplish some work, it was likely minor and did not indicate an addiction.
Adele has previously discussed the comments she receives regarding her appearance. "People have been talking about my body for 12 years," she said last year. The phrase used to be discussed before I lost weight. But yeah, whatever, I don't care. If you are body positive, you do not have to be overweight. There is no requirement to be of a certain shape or size."
source: pop culture