It didn’t take long after Alexa Ray Joel’s April 1 performance at NYC’s Cafe Carlyle for the media speculation to begin. The buzz wasn’t about her stage performance, but about her striking new look! Did Alexa have major work done? Click below to find out!
Alexa Ray Joel, 28-year-old daughter to supermodel Christie Brinkley and musician Billy Joel, is looking hotter than ever. Critics claim that there’s no way she looks this great without a little nip and tuck, but Alexa Ray begs to differ. Read more to discover exactly what the singer had to say about all of the nasty rumors.
Alexa Ray Joel Before And After — Shows Off Mature New Look
One thing that everyone can agree on is that Alexa Ray looked stunning for her NYC performance! Her plum smokey eye with nude lip complimented her sultry outfit — the singer has definitely transformed from her younger years.
Her perfectly blushed cheeks raised questions of a newly chiseled chin while her corset and cleavage sparked speculation of a breast augmentation. However, it’s quite possible that she’s just taking after her super hot mom and blossoming into an even more beautiful woman as she matures!
So what’s made the major difference in Alexa’s look? Confidence! Growing up in the spotlight of her famous parents wasn’t always easy for her and we’re so happy that she’s finally come into her own!
Alexa Ray Speaks Out — Claims Surgery Rumors Are False
Alexa Ray does admit to having had a nose job back in 2010 and she’s always been open and honest about it. As far as any other work goes, Alexa took to Instagram to set the record straight.
“…all of the continuously-circulating rumors that I have had extensive ‘face-work’ and undergone breast-agumentation surgery is simply and entirely 100% false.”
Way to speak up, Alexa Ray! She credits her new look to her brilliant makeup-artist who nearly contoured her face into a Kardashian for the NYC event.
We think that she looked beautiful and we’re excited for her newfound confidence. What do you think about all of the speculations, HollywoodLifers?
— Kindra Bailey