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‘What’s Wrong With Gwen Stefani’s Face?’ Social Media Users Are Worried

by Tracy Finke

Few would disagree that famous singer Gwen Stefani looked impeccable at the Grammy Awards, where she arrived with her partner Blake Shelton, but many fans still noticed the significant changes on her face.

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The 50-year-old Gwen appeared on a red carpet wearing a miniature dress and high boots, changing her dress combinations three times. Still, most of all, she attracted attention with her incredibly fresh appearance, without any wrinkles on her face, almost porcelain complexion.

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Thus, rumors arose that famous musician has recently been increasingly aesthetically assisted in her appearance to look as young as possible, because it is unlikely that it would achieve such a gloss in her age, thanks only to cosmetics and good genes.

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It didn’t take long for comments to circulate on social networks.

“Oh my gosh, what did Gwen Stefani do to her face?” one of the social media users asked.

Another added: “Hey Gwen, stop with the plastic surgery and Botox on your (once) beautiful face. You’re starting to look as fake as Madonna.”

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One stated: “Gwen Stefani’s face is 99% filler and 1% skin”, and another continued: “What did she do to her face? Unrecognizable, shame”.

“Don’t give me that natural aging malarkey bc what’s happening ain’t natural,” “Her face is frozen, I don’t like it,” “She looks like she got plastic surgery to me,” some of the tweets read.

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This is not the first time fans have lavished her with negative comments over alleged corrections she has made to her face. In April last year, she was criticized for excessive lip augmentation and plastic appearance, but Gwen firmly ignored all of this and has not yet commented about the rumors.

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