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Did the McGuire Sisters Get Plastic Surgery? Inside Rumors

The music genre has evolved significantly in the modern day, but it’s important that we don’t forget some of the figures who paved the way for what we call music today. In the 1950s, there were three sisters who decided to start their own singing trio, and even though they have all passed away since, the MacGuire sisters remain an important part of music culture.

However, there’s one question on everyone’s minds. Did any of the three McGuire sisters have plastic surgery? That’s what we’re going to take a look at in this post.

Who Were The McGuire Sisters?

Did the McGuire Sisters Get Plastic Surgery? Inside Rumors

The McGuire sisters consisted of three sisters, as the name of the singing group suggests. These included Ruby Christine, Dorothy “Dottie,” and Phyllis Jean McGuire.

While the three sisters started by singing at the church, they only began to sing at outside events in the year 1949. When the McGuire sisters appeared on a popular show called Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts, they were immediately hired by the host of the show and stayed there for a period of seven years.

The career of the three sisters started to take off quickly, and they even created hit songs that continue to be remade for newer generations and featured in a variety of films and TV shows.

All three sisters have passed away, unfortunately. Dorothy was the first to pass away in 2012, followed by Ruby in 2018, and Phyllis in 2020.

Did Any of the McGuire Sisters Get Plastic Surgery?

Did the McGuire Sisters Get Plastic Surgery? Inside Rumors
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Something that anyone would agree on is the fact that the three sisters aged gracefully. They were able to maintain a youthful appearance as they aged and continued to appear on stage. This raised some questions among fans, especially concerning plastic surgery.

Even though all three sisters are no longer with us, the question still remains.

It starts out with rumors that began to circulate as the three became older but didn’t seem to age as fast. People began to wonder if any of the McGuire sisters opted to get plastic surgery to maintain their looks.

One thing to consider is the fact that at the time these three sisters became a hit in Hollywood, it was also when plastic surgery started to trend. By the 1960s, things like rhinoplasty and breast surgeries were the hype. These trends continued to increase, with many celebrities opting for plastic surgery to enhance their physical appearance. These surgeries really started to take off by the 1980s.

It’s not a surprise that people began to suspect the three McGuire sisters of opting for these elective surgeries to improve their appearance. After all, in Hollywood, maintaining a great, youthful appearance was one of the many things that celebrities had to worry about if they were to keep their status.

As plastic surgery became a norm in the industry, rumors began circulating that Christine McGuire underwent plastic surgery to give her chin a better shape. There were also rumors that the other two sisters both had procedures done to improve the volume of their breasts. Some rumors also suggested that Phyllis not only got work done on her breasts but also received Botox on her face.

One of the biggest issues here is the fact that not one of the three sisters spoke out about this matter. This makes it hard to determine the truth behind these rumors, as it’s now impossible to get confirmation from one of them.


There have been several rumors that suggested the McGuire sisters decided to get plastic surgery to uphold their youthfulness over the years. This includes mainly breast augmentation, although some were also speculated to have undergone facial surgery. However, these rumors have not been officially confirmed, and since all three McGuire sisters have passed away, it seems like a speculation that has gone to the grave with them.

Amna el tawil author digestfromexperts

Amna El Tawil is a professional journalist, reporter, and an Amazon published author living in Cairo, Egypt. She graduated from MIU with a journalism degree and later worked as a reporter and content writer at various news publications. Amna's works have appeared in the Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC), the International Herald Tribune, Thomson Reuters, and the BBC. Amna loves researching and has also authored several books on Amazon.