American Idol's Katy Perry seemingly admits she has Botox by claiming Willie Spence gave her 'chills' on 'frozen' face

AMERICAN Idol's Katy Perry seemingly admitted she has Botox by claiming Willie Spence gave her "chills" on her "frozen" face.

The singer has denied getting major plastic surgery but has admitted to getting fillers.

During last night's episode of American Idol, Katy alluded to her plastic surgery as she applauded the Georgia native for his amazing performance of Never Be Alone, an original song.

After he was done belting out his performance, the singer applauded him and said: "Every time I get chills, tonight I got chills in places of my face that I thought had frozen.

"You brought the chills back. It was a Lazarus moment on my face!"

Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan laughed at Katy's comment before she dived in to compliment his song.

Back in 2018, Katy shut down any rumors that she had gotten plastic surgery and revealed to Refinery29 that she has undergone laser treatments and even fillers to fill out the hollows under her eyes.

However, many plastic surgeons diasgree as Dr. Adam Schaffner told Radar Online: "It appears that Katy's nose is different now than it is in older photos.

"That would suggest to me she may have had rhinoplasty. In addition, [her] cheeks are also more sculpted now than they were."

Dr. Tijion Esho believed she's had fillers and Botox: "Her face is now contoured with a more angular jaw and mid face," he told the Daily Express.

"This can be achieved by treating specific areas in the face… with precise injections of Juvederm dermal filler with a cannula."

"Katy's skin appears taught with an absence of lines, suggesting Botox use," he continued.

"There also has been a change in the shape of her lips, as well as an increase in volume. While this can be mimicked by makeup, when looking more closely I suspect that this may have been achieved using dermal fillers."

Katy recently had fans buzzing when she released her new single, Electric.

To mark 25 years of Pokemon, Katy paid homage to the franchise in her new single.

"When I visited the Pokémon Café while touring Japan, I got so nostalgic. It took me back to my junior high years. So when I got the call to be a part of the 25th-anniversary celebration alongside Post Malone and J Balvin, I was elated," Katy said in a statement.

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