Has Taylor Swift had a secret boob job?

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Sunday, January 20, 2013

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She arrived at the recent People's Choice Awards in a plunging white dress, which flashed a good portion of flesh. But new reports are suggesting that Taylor Swift may have undergone some enhancements to her figure of late. According to In Touch magazine, the 23-year-old singer is rumoured to have 'received a bust boost back in April.' Plastic surgeon Dr Michael Fiorillo, who has not treated the star, says she went from an A cup to a B. And after looking at a photograph of her in the People's Choice white dress, he said: "You can see the implants." The magazine reports that the singer has been "looking noticeably bustier in recent months," and remarks that Taylor's new look is not the result of a growth spurt. MailOnline has requested a comment from Taylor's representatives regarding the report.

— Daily Mail

She can do low-key too!

She is known for her diva antics, but Mariah Carey's evening could hardly have been more low-key on Wednesday. It marked the superstar singer's debut as a judge on American Idol as the show kicked off its twelfth season. But Mariah wasn't interested in having a big party for the occasion. Instead, it seems all the 42-year-old wanted to do was curl up with her twins Moroccan and Monroe. She was tweeting throughout the airing of the episode and it seems the star was focusing on the television and then checking out social networking sites during the ad breaks. She shared a photo on her Instagram page, which showed herself and Monroe snuggling up in bed together. Mariah and her eighteen-month-old little girl were both looking comfortable in their printed pyjamas, with Monroe in bright purple and her famous mother in baby pink. But of course, Mariah couldn't go entirely au naturel and although she appeared to be make-up free, the Triumphant (Get 'Em) singer wore diamonds on her wrist and fingers. Monroe took charge of Mariah's phone and the star posted that they were "looking at Instagram during a commercial break." Mariah and Nicki Minaj are both new to the judging line-up, along with Keith Urban, with the three joining veteran panel member Randy Jackson.

— Daily Mail

Fears for Britney Spears as she is set to sign gruelling '$100 million Vegas deal'

Friends and fans fear that Britney Spears will not be able to handle a long-term stint in Las Vegas after being dropped by the X Factor and splitting from her fiancé Jason Trawick, all in the space of a week. The 31-year-old star is on the brink of signing a mega $100 million deal with one of the Caesars group properties — after Jason formally resigned as her conservator. However, sources have told of their fears for Britney, as one told MailOnline: "I'm not sure just how good an idea Vegas is for Britney right now. If she can't handle the X Factor — how will she be able to perform five days a week in Vegas?" Britney confirmed her departure from the talent show on the same day as her split from Jason and the source said: "She's a homebody, she loves her sons and has her daily routine. At this time, she may need to concentrate on her health and happiness — not rebuilding her career." Britney and Jason announced the end of their one-year engagement on Friday and the singer said in a statement: "Jason and I have decided to call off our engagement. I'll always adore him and we will remain great friends." Jason added: "As this chapter ends for us, a new one begins. I love and cherish her and her boys and we will be close forever."

— Daily Mail





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