X-Factor judge Sharon Osbourne has revealed her new appearance following cosmetic surgery after been seen at the press day for the TV talent show.
Posing for photos at the launch event in Mayfair, London, the 60 year old long standing judge of the popular TV show looked ten years younger than her real age due to the body enhancing treatment she has undertaken.
Demonstrating a smooth and wrinkle free facial appearance which was in contrast to her last TV appearances at the X Factor boot camp, Sharon Osbourne was judged by observers to have undergone recent cosmetic surgery having already previously gone under the knife.
Joined by fellow judges of the X-Factor Nicole Scherzinger, Louis Walsh and Gary Barlow, Sharon was showing no signs that her cosmetic surgery went wrong but rather a more youthful appearance than before when her face looked puffy.
Having been seen to previously cover some of her facial features from the sun in recent times with a wide-brimmed hat, Sharon jetted into London for the X-Factor launch with her smooth skin complexion on full view.
Having been previously criticised by other celebrities including former Frasier star Jane Leeves for advocating cosmetic surgery due to the risk of cosmetic surgery negligence, Sharon said: “I… haven’t had anything done here (between my nose and upper lip), but now she’s said it, I’ll have a phobia about it and probably end up going to have something done. So thanks for the advice Mrs… Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion.”
With her comeback to the X-Factor after a six year break expected to be for one year only, it appears Sharon went under the knife risking the possibility of her cosmetic surgery going wrong to enhance her appearance on the highly popular talent show.
Commenting on her return to the show, former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger said: “I love having Sharon on the panel. She’s outrageous fun, she’s a riot. She’s the queen of these shows. She’s the one who started the show, so I’m having a blast with her. I learn from her on and off camera, and I love her.”
Sharon, who has reportedly spent thousands of pounds on cosmetic surgery over many years including weight loss treatment as well as a tummy tuck, breast uplift, facelift and brow lift, has never experienced the symptoms of when cosmetic surgery goes wrong.
Sharon said: “The money I’ve spent on cosmetic surgery has been worth every penny. I love cosmetic surgery and if it all started sagging I’d have the whole lot done again.”
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