Yes, Jesy Nelson had plastic surgery in the form of a fillers and lips. Check out the transformation in the images below. Was the cosmetic procedure worth it? At least, the pop singer seems to believe so.
About Jesy Nelson
Jesy was born 14 June, 1991 in Romford, London, UK. In 2011, Nelson was competing on British reality TV show The X Factor. She became a part of newly form group Little Mix. Previously to this, Jesy worked at a bar. She dated dancer Jordan Banjo between the years 2012 and 2013. After the break up, she was often seen in the gym, working out. She was successful and visibly lost some weight, especially in a belly area.
She was raised by John Nelson and Janice White. She has a sister named Jade and two brothers named Joseph and Jonathan. She dated Eddie Brett from the band Lovable Rogues in 2013. She was engaged to Rixton singer Jake Roche up until 2016. She then dated musician Harry James from 2017 until late 2018. Subsequently, she dated Chris Hughes of Love Island for about a year and a half before the two split in April 2020.
She, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock won the Glamour Band Award in 2014.
And it’s not just her figure that looks remarkably different – the Little Mix singer has also unveiled a brand new face, with plumper lips and a more tightly defined jawline and cheekbones.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
|Eyelid Surgery (Eyelift)
Plastic Surgery Pics
"I went from someone who really wanted to perform from a really young age - that was all I knew - to going on 'X-Factor', which I thought was going to be the most incredible experience ever and it becoming the worst experience of my life."Jesy Nelson
"I think I feel like a kid myself, so it's quite a scary thought having kids. I don't think I'm ever not going to feel like a child myself."Jesy Nelson
"I never had an issue with my weight or how I looked before 'X-Factor' or social media and then as soon as I got it, I slowly mentally started to believe everything people were saying about me."Jesy Nelson
"I didn't want to annoy anyone or be seen as a diva."Jesy Nelson
"I think because we were a girl group, there was such a stigma, so we had to engage with fans - social media was such a big part of our journey."Jesy Nelson