Ashley Tisdale is opening up about a "traumatic experience" that still affects her to this day, and we will tell you all the details about it.
Actress and singer Ashley Tisdale, 35, spoke about her traumatic experience of having a nose job 15 years ago to improve her breathing and seeing the public's unfavorable reaction to criticizing her for the change. The artist went public with her rhinoplasty in 2017, in an attempt to combat stigma on people who have surgery for health reasons.
“To be clear, it wasn't to change my appearance. It wasn't a big deal to me or I was kind of dreaming the day I had a nose job. On the other hand, I don't judge people who go and do it; it's your body, your choice, ”Tisdale said in an article posted on her Freshne lifestyle site, in which she also shared the news of her pregnancy.
“Plastic surgeries were not culturally accepted as they are now. When I made my own, I was criticized, judged, and made to feel ashamed of my decision. I made a decision that was nobody's business (and it's still nobody's business) and that decision always made me feel bad, ”Ashley revealed about the emotional wounds she suffered.
Ashley Tisdale said the hardest part was not the recovery, it was "the media that constantly tried to paint a picture of me as someone who didn't like their appearance."
“At the end of the day, I am going to have a daughter, and I hope her choices are not judged or shamed. It has taken me years to process this experience, an experience that I don't think was that important either, "added the musician's partner Christopher French, who is about to have their baby.
Also, Tisdale shared three photos of her on her Instagram account in which her pregnancy is appreciated. "OMG, you look so cute!", "You're so good at the show! And I love this look on you! "," Precious "," Very beautiful photo "and" Aaah yes ", were some of the more than 600 comments and more than 300 thousand 'likes' that his publication received.