Katy Perry Claims She Never Had Plastic Surgery, but Admits She Got Filler Injections
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The 'Dark Horse' hitmaker tells those who consider having plastic surgery, 'Of course, always be your authentic self - but if someone wants a nose job that makes them feel better,... Go ahead!'

AceShowbiz - Katy Perry may have experimented with many beauty products, but she has never gone under the knife to enhance her looks. Speaking candidly to Refinery29 about beauty, makeup and many things, the "Swish Swish" singer, however, admits that she's got lasers and filler injections to reduce dark circles around her eyes.

"I haven't had any," Katy says of plastic surgery. "I've done lasers and got [filler] injections under my eyes for the hollowing - which I'd recommend for everyone who wants a solution for their dark circles - but all of my assets are real." Noticing the speculations, she adds, "People tend to think they are fake, but it doesn't really matter."

The 33-year-old singer is not against plastic surgery, though. She explains, "We're getting away from that negative stigma about physical alterations. Of course, always be your authentic self - but if someone wants a nose job that makes them feel better, and they love their profile more because of it, it's like: Go ahead!"

She also shares some advice for those who consider having plastic surgery, "Do whatever makes you feel better about yourself. Stay in therapy, but get it, girl."

Of following the latest trends, she says, "Trends change so fast, so it's all about going out on a limb. Like, remember when Pharrell wore that hat and everyone was like, 'Whaaat?' We all did that emoji with the hand on the chin, but it's the people that dare to suck that start the trends. Trying a new haircut or beauty regimen or style, that's just fun. It keeps me interested."

Revealing a secret to her slim body, Katy says she has improved her diet. "I love food, and sometimes if I'm in a bad mood, all I'll want is the classic ice cream from McDonalds that tastes the same no matter what country you're in," she shares.

She adds that this "quick dopamine hit that makes you feel good for one second turns on you in the long run," but "in the past year, I've eaten better than I have ever eaten - less fast food, less sugar and the sustainability of my body is so much better. My face just glows."

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