Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 December 2014

Taylor Swift boob job rumours

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is rumoured to have undergone breast enlargement surgery after displaying enhanced curves at two awards ceremonies this year.

The country singer aroused suspicion that she may have had a boob job when she appeared at the People's Choice Awards earlier this month in a floor length white gown that showed off a seemingly fuller bust.

The star made a second appearance at the Golden Globe Awards wearing a sombre burgundy backless Donna Karan gown. It increased surgery speculation, as its structure highlighted her shape.

According to reports in American magazine In Touch, the 23-year-old went under the knife last year to increase the size of her assets.

"[Taylor] received a bust boost back in April," an insider revealed.

The claims have been backed up by plastic surgeon Dr Michael Fiorillo, who analysed the pictures of Taylor at the awards ceremonies.

Michael suspects she has increased her breasts from an A cup to a B.

"You can see the implants," Dr Michael explained to the magazine.

The sexier image that Taylor has displayed on the red carpet this year is a notable change from the feminine and girly dresses she has worn in the past, with the star now opting for plunging gowns.

Taylor's chest was first questioned when she wore the minimalistic white Ralph Lauren gown in early January. The plunging neckline meant all eyes were focused on her chest, which was highlighted by her swept back hairstyle.

Speculation that a breast enlargement had taken place was again highlighted by her backless Donna Karan Atelier gown. Although this dress covered the front of Taylor's chest, the form-fitting silhouette displayed just how structured her curves have become. The grown-up gown also showed a side view of the singer's bra which was notably fuller than before.

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