Did Mirai Nagasu have Plastic Surgery? Botox, Facelift, Lips, and More!
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Biography - Who is Mirai Nagasu?
Mirai was born April 16, 1993 in Montebello, California into the family of immigrants who are running their own Japanese sushi restaurant. She learned how to skate at the age of five and continuously improved her skills. In 2008, Nagasu won gold medal at U.S. Championship. Her athletic abilities will definitely come in handy in the 26th season of reality television show Dancing with the Stars. Mirai is paired with a professional dancer Alan Bersten.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Mirai Nagasu, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.6 m, 5’3” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||50 kg, 110 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size A|
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Quotes by Mirai Nagasu
I don’t even remember how many times I’ve sprained my ankle. I’ve had stress fractures galore and torn my PCL. You just take a little time off if you have the time, and if not, you keep training until you can take the time off.
Something that I saw in Sochi that I didn’t get the opportunity to have in Vancouver was the team holding hands with arms in the air and medals around their neck.
I can snap my toes. Everyone keeps asking me this, but I know it’s kind of weird, but I think it’s fun that I can snap my toes.
My parents are super excited that they’ve produced an Olympian. I don’t think they ever would have imagined this would happen in a million years, so I hope I represent not only Team U.S.A., but the Japanese-American culture and my family as well.
I made history here by landing the first triple axel for a U.S. lady, third at the Olympics, and that’s a big deal.