Jessica Simpson Pre-Wedding Plastic Surgery Has “Backfired”?
Life & Style digs into the trash heap this week for a story alleging Jessica Simpson’s supposed pre-wedding plastic surgery has “backfired.” Following up on its erroneous April claim that the bride-to-be was getting “prenup nip-tucks,”the tabloid now says Simpson’s weight loss and alleged “cosmetic surgery procedures” have “gone too far.”
According to its “sources and experts,” the singer supposedly received “Botox and fillers to smooth out her face and lip injections to plump up her pout,” “fat-freezing procedures” to blast away any remaining extra pounds, “skin-tightening and laser-resurfacing,” and even a “probable” nose job. One facial plastic surgeon who has never treated Simpson “estimates she’s had more than $16,000 worth of procedures in total.” And, “if it were up to Jess,” writes Life & Style, “insiders say she may have gone even further. But her husband-to-be, Eric Johnson, wanted her to stop.”
One supposed “insider” tells the outlet, “He tells her when she’s looking too frozen,” with the mag adding that Johnson “already worries she’s gone too far… and hopes Jessica will listen to him and stay away from tweaks at the doctor’s office.” Life & Style even goes as far as quoting a second so-called “expert” doctor, who has also never treated Simpson, as saying, “Overall, Jessica’s experience with plastic surgery does not appear to be flattering.” Know what’s actually not “flattering”? Life & Style’s track record when it comes to accuracy. It wasn’t true two months ago when the tab claimed Simpson was undergoing all these procedures in anticipation of her wedding, and it’s still not true now. A source close to the situation dismisses the new story as just as “false” as the last one. Share your thoughts below about Life & Style’s claims.