Lady Gaga Says She Was Told To Get A Nose Job When Starting Out 

September 29, 2018 / Posted by:

If this hasn’t been made clear to everyone, Lady Gaga keeps her career trajectory plan in a folder marked “WWBD” (“What Would Babs Do?“). An NYC girl who can sing and is often unbearably pretentious, Gaga also remade A Star Is Born, has already branched out into different genres of music (lite-standards with Tony Bennett and lite-country with whatever the hell Joanne was) in an attempt at career longevity, and she, too, might have a mall in her basement. Gaga and Barbra Streisand also have a fairly prominent nose in common. Remember when Gaga first hit and she was wearing all sorts of headpieces and veils to disguise that schnozz? Well, “fuck you” money equals a “fuck you” nose. Stefani told Sky News at the Star Is Born premiere in London that, like her idol, she also refused to cut off her nose because it would have spited her face or some other badly-used analogy concerning rhinoplasty.

Gaga’s first record, The Fame, dropped in 2008 and she says that the higher-ups wanted her to shave a little off that beak prior to her blowing up.

“Before my first single ever came out it was suggested I get a nose job but I said ‘No.’ I love my Italian nose,” she says.

Gaga also says that whatever her record company told her to do, she’d do the opposite.

“If people wanted me to look like a sexpot I would look like the opposite.

“If they said ‘Try dancing and looking this way’ I would always flip it on its head and do it my way.”

Unlike Babs’ 1976 version of A Star is Born, Gaga’s upcoming version (directed by and co-starring Bradley Cooper) is already getting good reviews (despite its premise seeming to be Gaga becomes a star despite everyone thinking she’s hideous-looking). So she made the right decision in straying from the “WWBD” plan for a moment by avoiding that hellacious perm and refraining from gluing herself to Bradley’s tit for the poster.

As for whether or not she’s ever had her schnoz rotated and cinched, I’ll let celebrity plastic surgery sites spit up their evidence.


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