Joey Fatone is not shy about talking about his plastic surgeries.
The N’Sync member, 46, spoke candidly about the recent work he’s done to improve his appearance.
“I’m not trying to change who I am. I’m just trying to tweak it a little bit,” he said. the people.
The My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 star – who recently dropped the first single from N’Sync in 20 years – admitted he just wants to look his best.
“It’s crazy how many people get the work done,” he told the outlet. “They don’t broadcast it because a lot of guys are too shy or embarrassed about it, but there’s nothing to be embarrassed about!” I’m never afraid to tell people about these things. who cares?’
Fatone had AirSculpt to smooth his chin and stomach. He also got hair plugs.
“Two years ago, things were a little thinner out there, and I’m on TV. I had to start putting this spray to fill my hair, and I hated it.”
“Every time I watched TV, I would spray my hair and it was just a pain in the ass. So I wanted plugs to fill it in.”
The AirSculpt procedure removed fat from his chin and stomach.
“I’m not trying to change my appearance,” he says. “I’m not trying to change who I am.”
However, the Dancing With the Stars graduate revealed the one role that would motivate him to get more work done.
“Look, I’m just trying to look a little better in the way I look in clothes. This is really what I want to do, and what I want to do for myself,” he explained.
I’ve had a lot of people in this industry tell me that I need to lose weight and look a certain way, blah blah blah.
“I mean I might lose some weight but I’ll still be the same person I was. I’m not going to get a drastic cut. Unless someone calls me for a Marvel movie!”
“Some people have said, ‘You can’t get a certain job if you’re not a certain weight.’ But I’ll find a way to get those jobs. There’s plenty of room for everyone in every field. Plus, aging just happens. We’re all getting older in a way,” he explained. Or another.
As for those rumors of an N’Sync tour following the band’s release of Better Place, the first single from the prolific boy band in 20 years, Fatone is getting honest about that, too.
“No, there’s no tour,” he said. “We haven’t actually had that conversation yet.” I’m getting back into shape, because at a certain age you can’t recover or recover like you used to.
But he stays in touch with Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kilpatrick and Lance Bass via group text.
“We’re still friends,” he said. “We’re talking more now because of the things we’ve been doing lately, and we still have a brand doing things and we have to agree on things.”
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