Cyndi Lauper Doesn’t Look So Fun

Once upon a time she just wanted to have fun, but now it seems that singer Cyndi Lauper just wants more and more plastic surgery.

She was snapped leaving BBC Radio in London on Sunday with a bloated and swollen face – tell tale signs of a recent facelift or laser treatment.

Lauper, 58, is no novice when it comes to plastic surgery – in 2006 the Grammy Award winner revealed to talk show host Wendy Williams that she’d had a tummy tuck.

The singer needn’t fear about the current state of her face, however. The side effects of any cosmetic treatment she might have had will disappear over the next two weeks.

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