Taylor Swift Breast Implant Rumors Continue To Fly
America wants to know. Did Taylor Swift, the country music superstar and frequent victim of heartbreak, finally join the ever growing list of big name musicians and Hollywood stars who go under the surgeon’s knife and have breast implants. Rumors about the increase in the size of Ms. Swift’s bust line took on new life after her appearance at the People’s Choice Awards, where she appeared in a low cut evening gown that displayed her cleavage to full advantage.
Even the popular daily newspaper, The New York Post, has joined the bandwagon, claiming in an article that Swift had breast implants. The Post trotted out well known plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael Fiorillo, to comment on the situation. Although he has not treated Swift, he claims she went from an A cup to a B cup. The good doctor looked a photograph of the singer at the People’s Choice Awards and declared, “You can see the implants.”
Although Swift’s romantic woes competed for attention with the breast implant saga recently, yesterday’s appearance on a Spanish awards show rekindled the rumors. Swift attended the 40 Principales Awards in Madrid wearing a skin tight white dress that certainly showed her off to great advantage. Either the rumors about the implants are true or as the saying goes, someone recently discovered Victoria’s Secret.
The rumors began back in April of 2012 when Taylor appeared in public wearing a stunning blue and white stripped dressed sporting a much fuller bust line than she ever had before. Several other well known plastic surgeons , including prominent aesthetic plastic surgery specialist Dr. Richard Fleming, have also commented that Swift had her breasts enhanced to present “a more proportional silhouette.”
While the world continues to reel from the events in Algeria and the controversy over Hillary Clinton’s Senate testimony enrages Republicans across America, we can all forget our troubles and concentrate on getting to the bottom of the great Taylor Swift breast enlargement mystery. To quote the always clever New York Post, “We’ll believe it when she writes a song about it.”