Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a pop singer like Kim Petras, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Kim Petras fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.
German singer-songwriter who has contributed to the electro-house and dance pop genres and released the debut hit “Last Forever.” She made headlines for her decision to undergo gender transition at a young age.
She began identifying as female when she was two years old and completed gender reassignment surgery when she was 16 years old.
In 2007, she booked a lucrative deal to be the face of a chain of German hair salons. She was featured in H&M’s “Pride Out Loud” campaign in 2018. She has a YouTube channel with more than 340,000 subscribers.
Plastic Surgery Information
In September 2007, Petras was a model for a German chain of hair salons. She was evaluated by the head of the psychiatric unit at Frankfurt Hospital, Dr Bernd Meyenburg, and approved for gender-confirmation surgery at 16 years old. In November 2008, Petras announced that the surgery was completed.
The table below contains information on everything from botox to boob job! Check out the status of all Kim Petras' plastic surgeries!
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
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Kim Petras Inspirational Quotes
"People started noticing my singing on YouTube, and then I came to L.A., and I lived on a studio couch. I wrote songs every single day with whoever I could write songs with."Kim Petras
"A lot of writing depends on being comfortable around the people you work with. I want it to feel like I'm working with friends."Kim Petras
"I sing pop music that I like and that is completely unapologetic - which is actually the term: it's called 'unapologetic pop."Kim Petras
"I'm obsessed with music videos, and I just go on marathons of watching a ton of music videos."Kim Petras
"I definitely always took my problems and turned them into music, and the more I can make myself feel happy, the better. But yeah, I definitely feel like music was always a place for me to, like, escape to. I just love songs that are fantasy."Kim Petras