I’ve received a few emails about Chloe Lattanzi showing off new cheek implants in Toronto. I don’t believe she has gotten any new procedures. When she got the cheek implants a few years ago, she was much thinner. Now that she has gained some weight and her face is filling in, the implants look odd.
Are those tennis balls in Chloe’s chest? Chloe Lattanzi is the eating disordered daughter of singer Olivia Newton John. She genuinely does look like she has had every part of her face operated on and she’s barely over 21. Her eyes, lips, nose, and cheeks all look ‘different’. An astute reader sent in this photo and it looks like Chloe has tennis balls stuck in her chest. Or maybe they could be badly oversized breast implants.
Chloe Lattanzi escaped elimination this week on the reality tv show ‘Rock the Cradle’. On the show, the children of famous musical performers compete against each other in an ‘American Idol’ style competition.
Is competition what Chloe needs right now? No, she needs real help. I think she suffers from some sort of body dysmorphic disorder. What is it? It is an obsession with real or imagined flaws in your physical appearance.
I’ve read on other sites that Chloe was made fun of in the Australian media when she was growing up due to her being slightly chubby. It definitely triggered something inside her. Her lips (very inflated looking), nose, and eyes all appear very altered.
This is video of Chloe performing on ‘Rock the Cradle’ last night; she sang one of her mother’s songs.
Chloe Lattanzi is the daughter of Olivia Newton John and is appearing on the reality tv show, ‘Rock The Cradle’, where the offspring of celebrities compete in an American Idol type competition. Chloe is already being skewered for her looks on various blogs (like this week on Monsters and Critics), but, please try and be kind. Chloe has suffered from anorexia for the past several years and also appears to have issues about her physical appearance, hence the facial alterations (eyes, nose, lip changes). She’s naturally a brunette and looks very much like her Dad, Matt Lattanzi, click here to see him.
Chloe has her own YouTube channel and seems like a nice, witty sort of girl. I genuinely think her voice is more suited to musical theater instead of Top 40 music, because of its own unique tones and textures, which are very different from her mother’s. Watch them duet below and listen to the contrast.
I do not think that a life in the spotlight suits Chloe; in fact, it will only make things worse, because every part of her will be held up to public scrutiny.