All About McGuire Sisters Plastic Surgery and Other Cosmetic Enhancements.
McGuire Sisters, a trio of Christine McGuire (born July 1926), Dorothy "Dottie" McGuire (born February 13, 1928 – died September 7, 2012) and Phyllis McGuire (born February 14, 1931), was a famous American singing group.
The Trio is known for its popular singles like 'Sincerely' and 'Sugar Time.' Both the songs were number one on the chart during their time. In short, McGuire sisters were the superstars of the time. The Trio sang in front of famous personalities like Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and George H.W. Bush.
The Trio, which was active from 1952–1968, no doubt was loved for their talent, but the three sisters were also praised for their exceptional beauty. All three sisters were stealing fans' hearts with their voices and looks. So, it's obvious some claimed the sisters had had plastic surgery in the later years of their career. So, is this true? Let's find out.
Being famous comes with a price, while you have to maintain your dignity and talents, there's also an immense pressure to look equally good. That's one rule for the showbiz industry. This has been a long-standing problem for females, especially.
With good talents, you must have a good figure, face, and overall looks - that's how the showbiz industry works. These things lead many to go beyond extend, and some of them end up going under the knife.
And at the same time, the celebrities are always on the target of speculations for plastic surgery, it's was not so different for the McGuire sisters. They often came under the target for their cosmetic enhancements speculations.
While it is not confirmed to date, but people suspect the McGuire sisters had had a nose job, facelifts, and Botox or fillers of some kind as some point of their life, the sisters seemed comparatively younger than their age.
As we mentioned earlier, the sisters never admitted nor addressed the plastic surgery rumors. Maybe it was because of the time they were in as women used to get criticized for everything they did by the male dominant society.
These sisters were of the time when females were treated differently, always dressed, and tried to look at what males of the time desired the most. So, it's a fact that plastic surgery was still there at that time, but females rarely had a voice back then.
So, according to our staff, McGuire sisters, even they had gone under the knife, keep it a secret because of the time they were in.
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