With all the pondering of who has had plastic surgery, the question has arisen about Wayne Newton.
Wayne Newton who was born April 3, 1942 is an American singer whose genre is a combination of classic and country.
He has been a staple of entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada having performed over 30,000 shows as a solo entertainer in Las Vegas over the last 40 years.
His performances have earned him several nicknames including Mr.Las Vegas, The Midnight Idol and Mr. Entertainment. Some of his more acclaimed pieces include such songs as “Daddy, Don’t You Walk So Fast“, which hit number 4 on Billboard, “Years“, and his acclaimed version in 1965 of “Red Roses for a Blue Lady“.
He also had a well known hit with the Newton Brothers called “Danke Schoen“, in 1963. This became his signature song. Of European and Native American decent, Newton has bridged the gap of the two worlds in his music. A showroom at the Stardust Casino in Las Vegas is named after him.
Here he is performing one of his famous numbers from 1972.
The Case For Wayne Newton & Cosmetic Surgery
However, as of late, Newton is gaining much recognition for something other than his music.
In his more recent appearances in Las Vegas and on “Dancing with the Stars“, there has been much speculation as to whether he has had plastic surgery.
One thing is for certain is he has had some alterations to his appearance. While true some men age more gracefully, and can look great at 65, with most everyone, wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process.
Wayne’s appearance suggests he has certainly done some altering of the normal aging process because of the wrinkle free appearance he gladly shows off.
His recent appearances have left the door open for a flurry of speculation. In fact in recent months a few commentaries about his appearance on the show have emerged from plastic surgeons and tabloids.
Wayne Newton’s Possible Surgical Enhancements
Part of the speculation has surrounded the fact that not only does his face lack the definable features of a 65 year old man, but his face in some ways lacks features.
A plastic surgeon recently posted a blog stating that he noticed Wayne Newton’s eyebrows were not only elevated, but that they didn’t move at all.
He pondered the possible reasons for this. Part of his summary was that he could have had botox on his forehead, which would account for his lack of wrinkles on his forehead, but his eyebrow problem he speculated was caused by something else.
He thought possibly he had botox on the forehead and quite possibly a browlift. Additional comments were made about a lack of skin above his eyelids, and questions about his sharp jawline.
Typically speaking it would be highly unusual for a man of his age to have these stark facial features. However,it is still more acceptable than some of the worst celebrity plastic surgery done on people like Kenny Rogers, Axl Rose or Burt Reynolds.
In a scathing online tabloid feature of worst male plastic surgeries, they outright accused Wayne of having plastic surgery that made him look leather faced.
It is truly sad that the reviews are so critical for celebrity plastic surgery as they attempt to improve their looks to retain their youthful face.
Yet it is disingenuous it seems to go to such great lengths to not just have a simple minor upgrade, but to make an all out to attempt to eradicate the aging process altogether.
Wayne Newton Before & After Pictures
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