Strictly Come Dancing judge, Shirley Ballas has warned women to avoid having breast enhancement surgery after she underwent an operation to have her DD implants removed.
Head judge, Shirley, 59, has admitted that her chest began to feel “heavy” and made her anxious – even more so given her family history of cancer.
The Wirral-born singer had her breast implants removed on Tuesday with surgeons reducing her assets to an A cup before giving her a breast lift.
Mum-of-one, Shirley, has now said that she should have never have got the implants and doesn’t want fellow women falling into the trap.
Speaking to The Sun, the dancer said: “Don’t do what I did and think you need to have these procedures to make you look more attractive.
“Don’t look at the implant and think it will make you beautiful and everyone will really love you.”
The BBC star added: ” Do your research. I did not do mine. I thought if I put them in I would look better and my husband would think of me as more desirable.
“But I didn’t know about the capsule. I didn’t know so many things.”
Latin dancer, Shirley added that for years she worried about her looks and at the age of 59 has only just learnt to love her body.
The tv star went on to say: “I’m almost 60 and it has taken me all these years. Don’t wait until you get to my age to realise that you are beautiful.”
Despite doctors warnings, the veteran dancer will be appearing on screens tonight just four days after her extensive surgery.
Professional dancer Dianne Buswell recently came to the defence of Shirley who had been receiving death threats on social media.
After choosing to send Dianne and Radio One DJ Dev home, fans of the Aussie flocked to Twitter to send Shirley messages condoning her decision.
The abuse was addressed by Dianne who told her followers that bullying is wrong.
Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight at 7pm on BBC One