Kelly Rowland Says: “I Love My Implants!”

Would you make your boobs bigger?

Plastic surgery might be a little controversial at times, but that doesn’t mean it’s the wrong decision for everyone. Take Kelly Rowland, for example. The singer recently opened up to Cosmopolitan UK for the November 2011 issue, where she talked about how much she loves her breast implants.

Kelly said that when she decided to get her implants in October 2007, it was simply because she was tired of having “little nuggets for boobs.”

She added, “The decision was ten years in the making, so I’m comfortable talking about it. It’s something I really wanted to do for myself – not a man, not for work, for myself. And I love them!”

WDYT, gURLs? Would you ever get plastic surgery? Do you think it’s okay to change your body in order to feel better about yourself, or is that too shallow? id Kelly look better pre or post surgery? Discuss below.

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  • nayeli

    I think if it makes her happy she should do it. If you dont care for plastic surgery you should not get it

  • Rochelle

    I like Matt’s comment.

  • Angela

    I think it’s great that she did it for herself! There are some things about yourself that you can’t learn to love, no matter how hard you try. Kelly’s implants gave her a boost in confidence and self-esteem. I see nothing wrong with that. They’re not enormous either, they’re average! People get so wound up about plastic surgery being an awful thing because of the foolish things people do in the media! It’s YOUR body and you can do whatever you want with it! One surgery could change the way you feel about yourself. I think Kelly’s story is inspirational. 🙂

  • Taylor

    I used to think she was cool, until this. Why can’t people love the way they were meant to look, the person they were meant to be?

    • Anonymous

      Sometimes people need to have surgical adjustments if part of their body is negatively affecting their self esteem or causing health problems. I had plastic surgery recently in fact, I got a breast reduction, not implants, but in theory it is the same thing.

  • Missy

    I don’t want plastic surgery. It’s jst not the real me.

  • Je

    I would actually consider getting surgery done, maybe not breast implants because I don’t want bigger breast (Kelly’s are a good size), but I’d like a butt lift. There’s nothing wrong with emphasizing your features for your own benefit. If you do it for a man or for public views then that’s your business and you have to live with your reasons. Perfection is only in the eyes of the imperfect person, so in other words; If you think your perfect then your perfect, no one can tell you what your idea of perfect is. (:

  • save_ferris

    I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t get plastic surgery.
    I hate the idea that if you love yourself that you are shallow. Like the only way to behave properly is to hate your own body, and to disprove every compliment you get. You’re apparently not allowed to feel beautiful, otherwise you’re considered conceited, or someone else decides that you must not be aware of your flaws. Heaven forbid!

    The way I see any kind of body modification is that something may happen to your body that you did not get to choose, like stretch marks, or scars. So why not change your body in a way that you choose, in a way that makes you feel better about yourself.

    • Matt

      Why can’t you be happy with the way you look without trying to change your body? Everyone is beautiful in their own way, the stars you see in magazines are photoshopped. They airbrush and give them “digital diets” you’re perfect just the way you are