Beyonce Debuts Nose Job At Super Bowl 2013? See Before And After Photos
Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime show performance is reportedly being "analyzed from every angle" over a possible wardrobe malfunction, but new reports are suggesting that her nipple wasn't the only thing she may have flaunted - the Houston native is alleged to have sported a new nose job on Sunday.
Media Takeout posted comparison photos of the Halo singer's nose over the years.
Photos of the 31-year-old taken when she sat courtside at a Brooklyn Nets game in November, 2012 compared to Sunday's pictures suggest she may have had rhinoplasty, a plastic surgery procedure, before the halftime show.
One report suggested she may have had the procedure done shortly before she sang the national anthem two weeks ago for President Obama in Washington D.C. on Inauguration Day. With a recovery time of a week to up to two months, it's possible that her nose fell into a recent procedure's shape.
According to reports, the biggest difference between Beyoncé's nose last year and the possibly enhanced one lies is in the shape and angle of her nostrils. With almost half a million nose jobs performed each year and many celebrities admitting and not admitting to have had plastic surgery, it would not come as a surprise to many.
As for Beyoncé's other reveal on Sunday, Hypervocal published a close-up shot of what may be her nipple busting out of her leather corset top. If it is indeed a legitimate nip slip, the wardrobe malfunction occurred exactly nine years after Janet Jackson's breast was flashed during the halftime show she headlined in 2005. Jackson's nip slip - thanks to Justin Timberlake who joined her onstage and accidentally pulled part of her top off and revealed her chest- made the term wardrobe malfunction more popular.
Gossip Cop noted that a debate has started about the image and the matter is being looked into - the screen shot on Hypervocal may have been altered according to the report.
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