Poor Taylor Swift has become the latest pop princess to be beleaguered by breast implant rumors. So will she make an unprecedented move by fessing up to using surgery to get a bigger bust?
According to Hollywood Life, three plastic surgeons looked at an old photo and a more recent photo of Taylor and agreed that she looks like she's undergone breast enhancement surgery. However, in the pic where her breasts look larger, it also appears entirely possible that she's just wearing a really good padded push-up bra, or perhaps one stuffed with chicken cutlets - it's pretty amazing what some modern-day lingerie can do cup size-wise.
It's also hard to imagine nymph-like Taylor being the type of girl who would want breast implants - she seems extremely comfortable in her own skin, and she doesn't try to sex herself up like some other starlets her age. She's also embraced her naturally curly hair, although she does seem to be wearing it straight more and more.
And even if Taylor did get implants, she probably wouldn't admit it - boob job denial seems to be something that all female pop stars go through these days. Last December Miley Cyrus sparked breast implant rumors by wearing a very low-cut dress to the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute event. According to TV Guide, she responded to some "experts" claiming that she had gone under the knife by tweeting, "Thank you for the compliment but these babies are all mine. I wish they'd realize you don't have to be fake to be beautiful!"
Way back in 1998, Britney Spears was one of the first female pop stars who had to deal with rumors that she'd boosted her breast size surgically. She denied them and attributed her larger cup size to going through a growth spurt. Her old pop rival Jessica Simpson has also had to deny similar reports, but she's said that she's open to having plastic surgery if her boobs end up hanging around her waist.
In 2004, then-17-year-old Lindsay Lohan responded to rumors that she'd undergone an augmentation by pointing out that her mother would never let her get implants, calling reports that she did "retarded." Way to be P.C. there, L.L.
So at least Taylor can take comfort in knowing that she's not alone when it comes to feeling busted up over allegations about her bust size.
However, maybe stars won't have to feel so guilty about getting breast implants in the future - since some really big celebrities have recently been talking about getting their boobs done, maybe it won't be seen as such a bad thing anymore. Charlize Theron was at the CinemaCon 2012 Awards Show when she made a quip about her chest, saying that she would have gotten a boob job ten years ago if she'd known that 3D would have become so popular.
Of course she was just joking, but her fellow action star actress Zoe Saldana seems pretty serious about getting a breast augmentation. According to Us Weekly, the "Avatar" star revealed her thoughts on getting implants on "The Conversation" by saying that if "an old man was having a midlife crisis and can buy a Porsche and date a 17-year-old, I can buy myself a pair and be the sexiest soccer mom you've ever seen."
But maybe it would just be better if all these stars realized that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and would just embrace whatever they've got to work with. After all, bigger isn't always better, but whenever they feel like they need a boost, all they've got to do is buy the right bra.
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