Sinitta to have vagina surgery
- Bang Showbiz
- 2 November 2016
Sinitta is planning to have surgery on her vagina and is planning to document the whole thing online
Sinitta is set to undergo surgery on her vagina.
The 'So Macho' singer isn't afraid to flash the flesh in public but it seems she's prepared to go one step further to ensure her new online documentary on genital surgery is a big success as she's planning to capture her vaginoplasty journey on camera.
Speaking to new! magazine, she said: "I'm doing everything from aesthetic surgery to vaginoplasty."
When asked if she's had surgery down there before, the 53-year-old singer added: "No, but I'm going to."
This won't be the first time the brunette beauty has flaunted a vagina - albeit not hers - on the internet, as she previously shocked fans when she filmed her close friend undergoing the intimate procedure in a live stream on Periscope.
She accompanied the graphic images with the caption: "Dr Vincent is performing a live vaginoplasty. Tansy has had three children, she feels things are saggy and baggy and outside and wants to have everything rejuvenated and refreshed ... And why not? Power to her. I don't think it's painful."
A vaginoplasty - often referred to as a 'designer vagina' - is a procedure performed on the vagina, vulva or related structures.
It is a relatively straightforward operation, which takes place under general anaesthetic, conducted to tighten the vagina.
The two commons reasons for undergoing the procedure is to tighten the muscles, which have become weak with age, and to repair any damage sustained during traumatic childbirths.
Sinitta, if she goes through with the operation, won't be the first star to go under the knife to correct her private parts as former 'The Only Way is Essex' star Gemma Collins also had it done.
However, the blonde star lated admitted that she didn't really need to have the £2,000 procedure last year.
She said at the time: "It didn't need cutting or trimming. It's just one of those things you do for television. They did something with a UV light, that's all."