What plastic surgery procedures did Kirstin Maldonado do? Below we gathered Kirstin Maldonado’s body measurements and plastic surgery facts like nose job, botox, lips, and boob job. Check it out!
Who Is Kirstin Maldonado?
Pentatonix is a cappella group from Arlington, Texas. They have five members with Kirstie Maldonado being the only girl. Their fans are often interested in her body measurements, especially her bra sze. Pentatonix released so far PTX, Volumes 1 & 2 and That’s Christmas to Me. All of albums were released in 2014 and since this is relatively fresh group, we bet they still have the best days of their career ahead of them.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Kirstin Maldonado's plastic surgery history.
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Kirstin Maldonado Quotes
"Success is not defined by money or status, necessarily, but by how many people you've impacted and how fulfilled you feel with your decisions. If you can garner all of these things, then more power and success to you, but all in all, you must feel happy and satisfied with what you personally have put out into the world."
"I'm always trying to tell fans to love themselves. I see them going through a ton of hardships on Twitter and being bullied. It's really important and easier said than done to take care of yourself. A lot of people put themselves out for others and don't really think about mending themselves. Sometimes, they get a little lost that way."
"The first artist that did it for me with just production was James Blake... I was just blown away... I feel like James Blake kind of was the one that introduced me into that world."
"I remember moving to California and feeling so strange because I'd always seen myself moving to New York."
"I feel like it has been a journey throughout the years to be accepting of my culture - I always felt different and not as accepting of it."