Rebecca Ferguson "would not tell anybody" if she ever chose to go under the knife.
The ‘Nothing’s Real But Love’ hitmaker appeared as a panellist on ‘Loose Women’ on Friday (01.02.19) and during a discussion about whether or not women should be honest about their beautifying procedures Rebecca admitted she’d keep her lips firmly shut if did undergo some self improvements as people can be very "judgemental".
She said: "I wouldn’t tell, probably because I’m in the public eye to be honest. I’d tell friends and family but I feel like people get judged by it and there’s presumptions made that you’re vain, and not intelligent and I’ve heard so many passing comments about surgery and I think there’s a difference between corrective and cosmetic.
"I think it makes no difference if you want to have something that’s going to enhance and make you feel good."
The 32-year-old star – who shot to fame after competing on ‘The X Factor’ in 2010 – insisted it’s harder for celebrities too as if they have cosmetic procedures they get body shamed by the public on social media.
Opening up about if she’s ever been tempted to go under the knife, Rebecca added: "Yes I have, but again I would never disclose, never.
"You see these poor celebrities, look at them before and look at them after, and it’s like their body shamed. I think it takes away from people’s talents and they’re just judged on their nose jobs."