CRB Tech Reviews writes how MJ of Moon Walk fame, would have looked if he would have remained natural without trying to manifest a perfect face.
Michael Jackson’s cosmetic surgery and its subsequent odd results were perhaps more of fascination than his long standing, splendid career, and his alleged pedophilia news. We’re talking about a man who created the title of the King of Pop over a career spanning decades; unmatchable and without any defeat which makes a true prodigy unto himself. He gave us everything from thriller to smooth criminal. Yet, he has been a mystery. His true intentions were misunderstood and often skewed for benefits he never received.
While The Jackson Five sky soar to fame as one of the first all African-American musician band to have gained international repute for their music, the band of five brothers pretty much pinned their hopes and relied on Michael Jackson – the youngest. It was MJ that harbored the band together for years since their debut in the ’60s.
Later Michael broke his way to pave a new path for himself.
It was by 1979, Quincy Jones recognized Michael’s talent and offered to produce his debut solo album, Off The Wall, which most of us appreciate as one of the most important projects in pop music history. Till then, the 20-year-old had become one of the most popular voices and faces on the planet.
But it was his first cosmetic surgery procedure – a rhinoplasty – that soon took the musician’s reputation into infamy, and often, a ridicule.
Reportedly nervous about his first procedure, Michael insisted on sister La Toya taking on the procedure first. Despite the initial hesitation, Michael continued to place himself under the scalpel over 100 times in surgery procedures ranging from Botox fillers, bleached skin, cheek implants and lip augmentation to mention a few.
The 10 Faces Of Michael Jackson was a documentary film released in January, 2015, dealing into the pop star’s life, who died on June 25, 2009, at the age of 50 of a heart attack due to overdose of a prescribed drug. It is a documentary that released a CGI image of a reconstruction of MJ’s face in present day, had he not undergone the surgeries.
The images of the musician before his surgery were taken and aging them using a computer algorithm, the film was able to create what could be a fairly accurate representation of the artist’s face in present day.
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