Alex Gonzaga admits getting thread lift, lip procedure: ‘Don’t judge me’
Alex Gonzaga got candid when she revealed that she had a minimally invasive thread lift and lip procedure with celebrity doctor Vicki Belo.
The doctor to the stars prodded Gonzaga to make the admission on her YouTube vlog last April 8, claiming that the video will get millions of views if Gonzaga made the revelation.
“Aamin na si Cathy (Gonzaga’s real name) kung ano’ng ginagawa niya sa Belo,” Belo said, pushing the actress to talk about the procedure. (Cathy’s going to admit what she does with Belo [Medical Group])
“Nagpa-dede ako. Charing,” Gonzaga quipped. But she eventually admitted that had something changed on her face. “Nagpa-thread lift ako saka lips, okay? Don’t judge me.”
She also added that when she had the procedure, the changes were minimal because Belo discouraged her to change a lot with her lips.
“Very slight lang kasi ayaw ni doktora. Pero gusto ko talaga ‘yung parang patusok,” she revealed. ([The changes were] very slight because doctor Belo did not want [it to be too much.] But I really wanted it to be pointy.)
“Gusto niya ‘yung Kendall Jenner (She wanted Kendall Jenner[‘s lips]),” Belo said, to which Gonzaga agreed and said the procedure she got gave her “very sweet” lips.
Apart from admitting the procedures she underwent, Gonzaga also talked about her married life with her husband, Lipa City councilor Mikee Morada.
“Parang na-inspire niya akong maging mabuting tao. Parang dati ‘yong iba (Before, with others), they bring out the worst in me. Si Mikee, he brings out the best in me,” she said.
She added that her husband taught her to be a “good girlfriend” by making compromises, something that she did not have to deal with in her past relationships.
Gonzaga announced her intimate wedding to Morada earlier this year, but she said that she still plans to have a grand ceremony. Weeks after fans speculated that she is pregnant, she said she does not plan to have a child anytime soon. JB
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