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Michelle Visage Has Had Plastic Surgery for Her Boobs, She Removed the Implants Due to Hashimoto's Disease

kenshinpark Published On Fri Jul 17 2020   Modified On Fri Jul 17 2020
Michelle Visage Has Had Plastic Surgery for Her Boobs, She Removed the Implants Due to Hashimoto's Disease

Here's what you should know about Michelle Visage's plastic surgery and other cosmetic enhancements.

Michelle Visage (born Michelle Lynn Shupack) is an American singer, TV personality, radio DJ, performer, producer, and more. Visage gained popularity as a band member of 'Seduction.' Her singles with the group charted on the Billboard 100, and later reached the top of the dance charts in 1993.

Michelle is also known for her stint as a co-host of 'The RuPaul Show,' from 1996 to 1998. But mostly, she served as a radio DJ across the country from 1996 to 2011. Following this, she returned to TV again, and served as the permanent judge on 'RuPaul's Drag Race."

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We all know her accomplishments throughout these years, but lately, it crossed our minds about her physical appearances as people are searching if the TV personality has had any plastic surgery or not. So did she go under the knife? Let's find out.

Michelle Visage Plastic Surgery and Other Cosmetic Enhancements

While there are many claims by Michelle Visage's fans and other people as well that she went under the knife several times, some assumed she has had a facelift and regular user of Botox and fillers.

Michelle Visage Plastic Surgery and Other Cosmetic Enhancements.

Photo Source: Daily Mail

It's pretty normal for celebrities to come under scrutiny for their looks from fans and other people, sometimes they are actually right about them. Michelle admitted she has had plastic surgery for her breast implants.

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While many deny the fact of going under the knife, Michelle did not hide a thing. She admitted she has had breast implants, and at one point, she also revealed she has had a facelift. 

Michelle Visage Removed Her Breast Implants Due to Hashimoto's Disease

Back in 2019, Michelle Visage opened up about her battle with Hashimoto's disease. The illness led her to remove the breast implants she always wanted to keep.  

Talking with People, the TV personality said, "I feel strong and healthy, and for the first time. I feel like I am doing something to regain and reclaim my life and health. I want to be here for a long time to be with my children, my husband, and to see my grandchildren. And my breast implants were certainly impeding my chances of that."

Michelle Visage Plastic Surgery and Other Cosmetic Enhancements.

Michelle said goodbye to her breast implants.
Photo Source: Daily Mail

Visage added, "Nothing was making sense. And I kept coming back to the fact that when you get implants, you sign off, and on the paperwork, it says that complaints of autoimmune disorders have been reported, but there is no conclusive evidence that implants cause this. It felt like they were just negating everything they have heard over and over."

Prior to removing her implants, Visage admitted she was obsessed with having a body like Mae West. Talking with Guardian, the 'Seduction' singer said, "When I was young, I was looking through an encyclopedia for a school report and came across Mae West. Her style was amazing to me: she was a drag queen. I remember writing in my diary: 'When will I get breasts?'"

It must be hard for her to remove the implants, but she revealed it was much easier for her to dress now, following getting them removed. 

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