Jada Pinkett Smith has been taking excellent care of herself, there's no denying that. As of late, though, whispers have been saying that the star might have also turned to plastic surgery for some assistance in staying this young-looking.
While promoting “Madagascar 3,” on which she also does voice duties, Jada has been looking somewhat plumper in the face, especially in the cheeks, prompting speculation that she may have had some help in this department.
The Daily Mail
says the indications of a possible surgical intervention are there – and even provides before and after photos to back up its claims.
“It seems the 40-year-old may have had a outside little help with her remarkably youthful face. The star's cheeks looked surprisingly plump while promoting her new film Madagascar 3 last night, sparking speculation she may have hand cosmetic surgery,” the British tabloid writes.
Celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn has never met or treated Jada but, by looking at older and more recent photos of her, he believes he sees the tell-tale signs of plastic surgery.
In order to maintain her youthful complexion, she got cheek implants, he believes.
“The Hawthorne star appears to have returned to the hospital for a little plastic surgery, causing her cheeks to look plumped up,” Dr. Youn is quoted as saying.
“I suspect that she's undergone injections of fat into her cheeks, possibly taken from her buttocks. It's also possible that this dramatic change in her appearance is due to surgical augmentation with solid silicone cheek implants,” he further says.
To her credit, Jada never acknowledged plastic surgery rumors even though her career has been plagued by them.
She does, nevertheless, talk openly about her strict diet and workout routine, which she says are her two means of fighting back time and keeping her energy levels high.
Just recently, for instance, she admitted that never in her life did she eat for pleasure, but only for nutrition, which helps her stay in such excellent shape, as we also informed you
Jada also said that it was her grandmother who taught her eating mustn't be a pleasure but a necessity – by being the worst cook possible.