Gwen Stefani’s appearance on a late-night talk show in the US caused a lot of reactions on social media with her completely changed face.
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Many admirers of the singer and trainer on The Voice just couldn’t get over the sight of her swollen face, with some judging we didn’t recognize her anymore.
Gwen Stefani, 52, was on the show Late Night with Seth Meyers last Thursday (September 8th). However, after posting the clip of the show on Instagram this week, the critics fired.
“What happened to his face?” asked a confused fan under his post. “Wow, I didn’t recognize her for a minute,” said another netizen. “No Gwen! no!” commented another shocked fan, followed by three teary-eyed emojis.
Many people claimed that she looked so unrecognizable that they didn’t even believe she was. “Sorry who’s there?” one fan quipped.
Screenshot | Late Night with Seth Meyers
These comments are in contrast to the reactions to previous posts from Gwen, where she is constantly applauded for her looks and looks.
Surgery, Botox or Fillers? Hard to say, but one surgeon commented on the situation in a lengthy video on TikTok.
Gwen Stefani has had surgery before, as evidenced by pictures of her performance over the years. She definitely had breast augmentation, neuromodulators and fillers.
according to dr Smita, a New Jersey plastic surgeon, Gwen likely had an eyelid surgery as well.
She comments on Gwen’s unrecognizable face.
“For me, it’s really the filler-pillow-face look (a face full of filler that looks puffy). Basically, you have so much filler on your face that your eyes are shrinking, your cheeks are swollen, and your face isn’t moving like it should. Her eyebrows, which had a nice front arch, are flattened. I’m not sure what happened, but many things play a role,” explains Dr. smith
That doesn’t rule out the possibility that Gwen may have recently resorted to cosmetic surgery as well.
“His eyes seem very narrow,” she says, adding that the surgery can take six months to a year to show full results because the swelling can persist.
She advises the star to just dissolve the fillers because there are too many. It is also possible to make them disappear by injecting a specific product.