Lacey Chabert Plastic Surgery Before and After

Lacey Nicole Chabert was born on September 30, 1982 in Purvis, Mississippi. Her acting career started in 1992 when she played Young Cosette in the Broadway production of Les Misérables. Two years later, she secured her first major role on television as Claudia Salinger in Party of Five.

She then came to mainstream fame as Gretchen Wieners in the box office hit Mean Girls. She has since starred in other feature films, including Dirty Deeds (2005), Black Christmas (2006), Being Michael Madsen (2007) and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009), among others. She also became known for voicing Meg Griffin in Family Guy’s first season.

Has Lacey Chabert had Plastic Surgery?

The Mean Girls star is known for her prominent and huge breasts as she often showcases her full cleavage in films and television shows as well as in red carpet events. However, some people are wondering if her breasts are natural as they don’t seem to match her petite body frame. This led people to assume that these may have been a result of a breast augmentation, claiming Chabert’s breasts are fake.

Her fans, however, argued that Chabert’s breasts have been huge as long as they could remember, saying that she is just naturally busty. As for her face, people don’t seem to see any signs of invasive procedures so it’s fair to conclude that Chabert is confident enough about her facial features. Still, the same thing cannot be said to her body as up until now, the 31-year-old actress hasn’t clarified the rumors about her going under the knife for breast implants.

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2 thoughts on “Lacey Chabert Plastic Surgery Before and After

  1. What I find baffling are actresses/models etc. who get inflatables when first & foremost they desperately need snoutectomies.

  2. I don’t think the size is the issue; it’s the shape. They don’t look right, and that’s with clothes on. My guess is that they’re implants.

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