Did Brie Bella Get Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!
We think Brie Bella has an amazing look regardless of whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Did Brie Bella get a nose job? Does Brie Bella have fake boobs? All plastic surgery info, including facelift, nose job, body measurements, botox, and lips, is listed below!
Biography - Who is Brie Bella?
Brie was born November 21, 1983 in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has Mexican and Italian ancestry. Brie Bella and her twin sister Nikki Bella are both famous as female professional wrestlers. No wonder that they work out intensively and have nice abs. They posed not only for wrestling magazine but also appeared on the cover of Maxim, wearing only black bikini. You can watch them on show called Total Divas.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Brie Bella, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)
|54.5 kg, 120 pounds
|Cup Size A
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Plastic Surgery Pictures
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Quotes by Brie Bella
"Blood is thicker than water, so the fact that I have my sister always with me, it's like you always have someone who's your best friend and always have someone who has your back. You can always trust your family, and I'm lucky to have that."
"Now, being a fan, I love the difference between 'Raw' and 'Smackdown' - I know that each show will be completely different, and that makes it so fun to watch!"
"For any girl who has a dream, they just need to go for it. I think sometimes our fears hold us back, and it's about having no fears and living with no regrets. Whether you fail or you succeed, just make sure you have no regrets."
"In the United States, I feel like polio doesn't exist, but it very much does. I've been to many countries and saw how lucky we are that we can go straight to the doctor or the ER in the U.S. I would love for moms in other countries to not experience my fears."
"I came from the soccer world, so all I knew was get the ball in that net. And when you're working with WWE, you're pretty much doing stunt work. You have to train and make sure you're safe and you're safe for your opponent, but at the same time, you have to tell a story."