Carole Lombard: From Flat To Full
I was reading an article in the mainstream media last week that highlighted Hollywood’s History of plastic surgery. It included the following:

Joan Crawford: “Dear Carole Lombard had a marvelous figure. She was sleek and flat-chested and that was the look when we both started in the 1920s. In the 1930s, bosoms came back in again, so I was in luck. But poor Carole required some artificial help.”

Carole Lombard had plastic surgery to repair the left side of her face which was damaged in the auto accident. Any talk of of artificial bosoms is just rubbish as far as I am concerned. Yes Carole’s figure looks different in the 30′s than it did in the 20′s. Her breasts are bigger, her face is fuller, and her hips are a bit wider. I think we call this: Weight Gain.

Anyone disagree? Do share because I have just been contacted by a reporter who is planning on including the Joan Crawford statement in a piece next month. Before I slap him down with slander sauce I really would like to hear your thoughts.

P.S. Maybe by “artificial” Joan just meant a padded bra.

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3 Responses to Joan Crawford Enhances Carole Lombard’s Figure

  1. Karen says:

    I say it’s baloney!

  2. Mike says:

    I never heard about any other surgery other than for her face and later appendicitis. There was nothing fake about Carole!

  3. carolina Anaya says:

    Joan Crawford era una desgraciada de lo peor, pero hay que reconocer que si se nota mucho en cambio de la primera a la segunda foto. Aunque mas bien creo que ella hizo este comentario por que como decimos en mi país ESTABA ARDIDA por que Pá (Gable) eligio a Lombard como su Má y no a ella.

    moraleja: En la vida es indispensable saber dos cosas una es saber perder y la otra es realizarte cirujias plasticas discretas.

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