Legendary soul singer Gladys Knight has the internet buzzing after new photos of the diva have gone viral. The star looks better than ever, with many fans noticing her younger appearance.
Many even believe the 73-year-old icon has had work done to achieve her look, with fans sharing their thoughts via social media.
Whoever Gladys Knight went to for that facelift is the truth! My aunt Kim has always said, “Don’t fuck with your face”… but I might have to when I get 79 years old.
— We are not the same (@DivaStat27) February 5, 2018
I keep thinking about gladys knight’s facelift and I am still so impressed
— Skinny Legend ™ (@rcodyb) January 31, 2018
So what. #gladysknight got a facelift. She looks great.
— Megan Thrasher (@jamaicanmae) February 3, 2018
Knight is now speaking on the whispers, saying she credits “God given genes and clean living,” for her youthful glow. She also makes it a point to stay active and admits that her glam squad deserves plenty of praise for her new look.
I feel like I won a gold medal 🎖with all the compliments. You guys keep me young! Thankful for these God given genes and clean living. My activity of choice has been tennis, working my way up to be as good as @serenawilliams and @venuswilliams . Of course I can’t do this alone, I have the best glam squad and team that keeps me looking fresh and on point. My husband William @fortuneandmind has an eye for fashion and helps me with the majority of my looks. I think he missed his calling as a stylist. I also have to give credit to my amazingly talented hairstylist Tre @treworldhairsalon in Las Vegas for my Bedhead Pixie Cut. My makeup artist Miss Kayla @tress2impresskp had me GLOWING at the Clive Davis Grammy Party with @maccosmetics Skinfinish highlighter. You know that friend that stays real with you, I’m lucky to have one that travels me. Thank you Ms. Blondie! Watch out 2018 so much more to come! #2018 #cleanliving #trezyhair #specificbeauty #feelinggood
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Here’s a before and after photo for reference.
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Born and raised in Compton, California, Jessica Bennett began her career as an intern at The Oakland Post, and later, The Source Magazine. She went on to write for respected hip hop publications such as DJ Booth and Hip Hop DX before becoming the Urban Editor of pop culture website, Wetpaint.com. She joined Ebony as the Entertainment Editor August 2017. Bennett has interviewed such names as Vanessa Williams, Spike Lee, Tyra Banks, Forest Whitaker, Magic & Cookie Johnson and several others.