Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a singer, like Lorde, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Lorde fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts and body measurements below.
Who is Lorde?
Lorde was born 7 November 1996 in Auckland, New Zealand. Her real name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O’Connor. She has Irish and Croatian ancestry. Her famous singles include songs like Royals, Tennis Court, and No Better. She also did soundtrack for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1. In 2013, Lorde was chosen as one of the Time ’s most influential teenagers. Her main genres are electropop and indie pop.
Lorde’s Plastic Surgeries
What plastic surgeries are lurking behind the facade? Whether it's a nose job or butt lift, or anything in between, here is a list of all the cosmetic enhancements Lorde has done.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)||N/A|
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pics
Sometimes pictures can reveal more than words. Check out these pics of Lorde. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
"I curate my life in a way. It's always playing on my mind, kind of a love-hate relationship. I'm not one of those people who's, like, 'I wish Facebook wasn't around,' because, you know, it is what it is."Lorde
"I'm usually really drawn to a song, and I know it would be good to cover if it sounds like something that I could write, or I wished I could write. Sometimes a writer just sounds like they're in your head, and that is really cool for me."Lorde
"I find a lot of feminist reading quite confusing and that often there's a set of rules, and people will be like, 'Oh, this person isn't a true feminist because they don't embody this one thing,' and I don't know, often it can be a gray area, and it can be a hard thing to navigate."Lorde
"When I was trying to come up with a stage name, I thought 'Lord' was super rad, but really masculine - ever since I was a little kid, I have been really into royals and aristocracy. So to make Lord more feminine, I just put an 'e' on the end! Some people think it's religious, but it's not."Lorde
"Nobody asks me about what male musicians I think about; I only ever get asked about females."Lorde