Did Iggy Azalea Get Facial Plastic Surgery? Blog post by Advanced Cosmetic Surgery of NY in NYC and Long Island.

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At the Billboard Music Awards on May 17, 2015, Iggy Azalea was sporting her usual flare for the provocative in her blue mini two-piece outfit. What took everyone back, though, was her face.

When looking at side-by-side photos taken in March versus May, she definitely appears to have had plastic surgery on her nose and chin.

Iggy herself posted an Instagram photo of her face with the caption “Loving my new look”, adding to the buzz about her facial changes.


Rhinoplasty & Chin Implant for Iggy Azalea?

Hollywood Life interviewed some plastic surgeons from around the country recently to get their take on the speculation. They weighed in and gave their opinions of Iggy’s new look. All three surgeons agreed that she had a nose job and a chin implant.

They commented that in her May BBMA pictures, the tip of her nose was smaller, more defined, and pointing in a more upward angle as compared to the image from March. Her chin is pointier now rather than being even with her chin bone like it was prior.

One of the surgeons commented that he loved her new look, while the other two weren’t as impressed. One doctor said that her chin implant looks like it may have been misplaced during surgery because it looks “asymmetrical”. The other surgeon commented, “She is barely recognizable” and said she looks like a cross between several different movie stars.

The third surgeon interviewed noted that her face appears as if she’s also had an eye lift and brow lift, wrinkle relaxers, facial fillers, and a lip augmentation to add volume.


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