Blondie singer Debbie Harry claims that cosmetic surgery is just like a flu shot because she admits aging & # 39; hard & # 39; has been to her appearance
- Pop star, 74, admits that she has always exploited her appearance during her 50-year career
- American singer previously revealed that she had face-lift for & # 39; business reasons & # 39;
- In the new memoir Face It, she says she has never hidden the fact that she has undergone plastic surgery
- Admits that she & # 39; good days and bad days & # 39; When it comes to her appearance and the focus on her appearance, she has asked whether she has achieved anything other than that
Blond frontwoman Debbie Harry has claimed that cosmetic surgery is just like getting a flu shot.
The American singer 74, admits that aging & # 39; difficult & # 39; has been in her appearance and the focus on her appearance during her 50-year career wondering if she has ever achieved anything that goes beyond her image.
In her new memoir Face It, the singer writes that she has never hidden the fact that she has undergone plastic surgery.
& # 39; I think it's basically the same as a flu shot, a different way to take care of yourself & # 39 ;, she says.
Blond frontwoman Debbie Harry has claimed that cosmetic surgery is just like getting a flu shot. Shown at the AIM Independent Music Awards 2019 earlier this month at the Roundhouse in London
& # 39; If you feel better and look better and work better, that's what it's all about. & # 39;
Harry has previously claimed to have a & # 39; facelift & # 39; had for & # 39; business reasons & # 39; and has been bleaching her hair since the age of 14 to resemble movie star Marilyn Monroe.
In her memoir, written in series today Sunday Times Magazine and published on Tuesday, she notes: & aging is difficult for your appearance. Like everyone else, I have good days and bad days and those, "S ***, I hope nobody sees me today" days. & # 39;
About the way her iconic appearance has dominated the headlines in recent years, she adds: & I sometimes wonder if I have ever achieved anything that goes beyond my image. & # 39;
The American singer, pictured in 1978 while making a pop promo for their single & # 39; I & # 39; m Always Touched By Your Presence Dear & # 39; for Chrysalis Records, says the focus on her appearance during her 50-year career wondered if she ever achieved anything beyond her image
Harry shares her support for the # MeToo movement, and commends the fact that it has heard women's voices.
& # 39; This has happened to women all the time & # 39 ;, she says. & # 39; And everyone is very humiliated by this. & # 39;
Last month, she revealed that she was once raped at mes point during a robbery at her home while living in New York with then-boyfriend Chris Stein.
The singer of Heart Of Glass said that the couple was tied up during the attack, while the man was looking for valuables in the house.
Debbie Harry shares her support for the # MeToo movement in her new memoirs, and praises the fact that this has caused women's voices to be heard. Shown at the 36th annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in May
The singer, pictured left during her stint as a & # 39; bunny & # 39; of the Playboy before she became a star with the band and right in 1979, has previously claimed to have a & # 39; facelift & # 39; had for & # 39; business reasons & # 39;
She said: & He stacked up Chris' guitars and camera and then released my hands and told me to take my pants off.
& # 39; He cheated on me. And then he said, "Go clean yourself." & # 39;
Chris, now 69, is a co-founder and guitarist of the band Blondie and had a relationship with Debbie, but has never been married.
Last month, Harry, photographed in 1980, revealed that she was once raped during a robbery at her home while living in New York with then-friend Chris Stein
It is not known exactly when the rape took place or was reported to the police, but it is thought that it was before Debbie shot the stars in the 1970s.
But thinking about the sexual assault, she said: & The stolen guitars hurt me even more. & # 39;
She also describes a & # 39; violent and vitriolic & # 39; ex-lover, who chased her after she dumped him, and confesses that she uses heroin to cover up parts of my life & # 39; or & # 39; when I was experiencing depression & # 39 ;.
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