Sharon Osbourne has spoken about the graphic details about her new facelift – and it is fair to say, we have started to feel a bit queasy.
The 66-year-old appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live on 11 September where she went into detail about the procedure she received five weeks ago, revealing that she had ‘tubes coming out of her head’.
She said: ‘He gave me a procedure where I didn’t have anaesthetic. You’ve got tubes coming out your head and these two rubber bowls the blood goes into.
‘You have that for five days, so you look amazing, you look really really good.’
Sounds pretty gruesome, but it definitely sounds worth the result.
Sharon also confessed that there is now ‘few good surgeons’ due to face lifts becoming more popular than ever before, and most people will get a ‘dud’ done due to so many people wanting a procedure.
‘It’s so popular now for men and women to get facelifts that there’s very few really good surgeons and there’s so many people wanting it done, odds are you’re going to get a dud,’ she admitted.
‘People’s bone structure, it just doesn’t… I think too a lot of people go in to change too much and then it just doesn’t work.’
This is the fourth facelift for the former X Factor judge, and she previously showed off the results of her new work on her show The Talk on 10 September.
She revealed she had her ‘everything lifted up’ in order to look more ‘refreshed’, while also adding that her doctor pulled everything ‘to the top of her head’ while holding it in place with an elastic band.
‘It was five weeks today I had my operation and I had my neck done, my jowls gone.
‘Everything was just lifted up so it looks more refreshed.’
She previously had debuted a ‘new face’ back in 2016, ahead of her appearance on that year’s series of The X Factor, previously revealing that these cosmetic enhancements were like ‘servicing a car’.
The star also previously revealed in 2007 that she spent approximately £300 on cosmetic surgery.
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