We all want to look our best, and Shirley Ballas is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Shirley Ballas get plastic surgery to maintain her enchanting looks?
About Shirley Ballas
Professional ballroom dancer whose success in Latin dance earned her the title of “The Queen of Latin.” She’s the mother of Mark Ballas, who’s seen on Dancing with the Stars. In 2017, she became the head judge on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
She made a name for herself in the 1980s with her partner and husband at the time Sammy Stopford, with whom she won the 1983 International Latin American Dance Championship.
She and Stopford also finished second in several World Latin Dance Championships in the 1980s. She also won the 1995 competition with her husband at the time, Corky Ballas.
The TV star underwent a series of nitrogen plasma treatments which stimulated collagen in her skin. She went on: “My jawline feels just that much sharper I feel like the skin is not sagging, it feels rejuvenated, it feels bright and clean, no little veins going on, no sun spots, all in all a really spectacular look.
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"When you are part of a massive TV show like Strictly,' it's not just about the professional dancers and celebrities taking part, there could be young or old people out there who are watching and they might also be inspired to take up dancing, and I find that so special."Shirley Ballas
"I haven't got a green bone in my body. I have not got a jealous streak of any type at all."Shirley Ballas
"People get embarrassed about admitting they feel low but you can't help the way you feel. Which is why exercise, taking vitamins and having time out for meditation are so important."Shirley Ballas
"I've had a lot of trolling on Instagram, things I can't even repeat on air. The biggest shock was when it was hand-delivered to the Hippodrome theatre before I went on air. Hand-written."Shirley Ballas
"I met my first dance partner when I was about 17 or 18 and we were married by the time we were 18 or 19, I don't remember the exact date, and everything was dance, dance, dance. Then there came just a short space of time where I was wondering whether I was missing out on anything. Back then when you danced, everybody married their dance partner."Shirley Ballas