Smokey Robinson Plastic Surgery Before and After

Smokey Robinson Plastic Surgery Before and After

Smokey Robinson was born William Robinson, Jr on February 19, 1940. Robinson is an R&B singer and songwriter, who founded and was lead singer for The Miracles, a Motown vocal group. He is also a record producer and executive.

Robinson was always a good looking man, and as time went on, he has had some plastic surgery on himself. The result at 73 is one that some people are saying is “plastic looking.” It’s pretty obvious that he’s had work done. According to experts, the Smokey Robinson plastic surgery shows that he has had a few different types of work done on his face. Some say he had surgery on his eyelids, a brow lift and an overall facelift. He’s still a good looking man, but many people say he probably would have looked better if he had just let nature take its course. An older man can be distinguished looking, but Robinson’s smooth, tight skin is not appropriate for a man his age, making him look a little silly.

Smokey Robinson Plastic Surgery

Smokey’s face appears to be a little strange because of the brow lift, which causes his brow to be too far from his eyes. A man his age should have some sagging eyelids, but not on old Smokey. He never looked younger. The Smokey Robinson plastic surgery has made him appear almost like a mannequin with smooth skin and fewer wrinkles. Fortunately, he still possesses a great voice just like when he was younger, but he’s not fooling anyone with his extensive plastic surgery. Let’s hope he doesn’t decide to do any more.

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    WHO ARE YOU SAY HOW ANYONE IS SUPPOSE TO AGE AND HOW MANY WRINKLES THE ARE SUPPOSE TO HAVE.. AND YOU THE ONE ONE SETTING THE STANDARD FOR EVERYONE..IF SO YOU ARE WRONG HE LOOKS WONDERFUL AND i AM SURE HE DID THAT FOR HIMSELF AND NOT FOR YOU4

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    He looks good and sings good and so sexy looking. I am a 77 woman and i love him.xxxxx

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    I think, my opinion only….that people who are addicted to plastic surgery and can afford it are afraid to get “Old” and very insecure. They are not truly Happy with themselves and their looks. @@

    Also, the drugs Doctors provide after….are even better and easier then going to your favorite drug dealer. Most people who have been addicted in the past, feel prescribed drugs…are good for YOU. Lmao….and the addiction is not illegal or harmful. But, really who are you kidding….Not Me, Just Yourself, So cut away people…btw…you can tell how some is really, just look at the hands, its a dead give-away. And, Smokey looks like he has Arthritis.

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    Smokey Robinson fair skin ages quickly, so he had many wrinkles. Yet, if he chose to have plastic surgery it was his choice. Frankly, age will show one day and the result of plastic surgery will not always be the same. I love his singing and showmanship and that is all that matters to me personally.

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    Go smokey, Go Smokey, you look damn good, and if you had some plastic surgery done, good for you. Only a jealous jerk would point out another persons flaws. So what if Smokey has arthritis in his hands, you fool, why comment on his hand. Smokey is blessed to still be able to sing and entertain for so many years. SMOKEY, PLEASE COME TO LAS VEGAS SOON. I WOULD LOVE TO COME TO YOUR SHOW.

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    I disagree with the mean spirited remarks this article is making. Who cares if he had plastic surgery? That’s his business. All I want to know is who is his plastic surgeon? They’ve done a great job. Have you seen Kenny Rogers? Now that’s a hatchet job. I think Smokey looks great. He doesn’t look plastic like the victims of plastic surgery.

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    I THINK SMOKEY LOOKS GREAT FOR HIS AGE. YES HE DOES LOOK YOUNGER EVERY TIME I SEE HIM BUT HIS SING MAKES UP FOR EVERYTHING. I WILL FOREVER LOVE SMOKEY AND HIS SINGING. KEEP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOING SMOKEY. LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AGAIN AND AGAIN WHEN EVER I CAN.

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