AceShowbiz - %cSarah Hyland% just showed a true example of women's empowerment. A few days after Life & Style ran a story about %cTaylor Swift%'s alleged plastic surgery, the "Modern Family" star took to Twitter to slam the magazine for spreading the rumor.
The 26-year-old actress, who is a member of Taylor squad, tweeted on Monday, November 6, "CAN YOU F***ING STOP?!?! Let's empower women instead of judging their looks. There's more to us than that. Guess you can't teach stupid..."
CAN YOU FUCKING STOP?!?! Let's empower women instead of judging their looks. There's more to us than that. Guess you can't teach stupid... https://t.co/OgDh2OoEbJ— Sarah Hyland (@Sarah_Hyland) November 6, 2017
The magazine previously speculated that the "Look What You Made Me Do" songstress had gone under the knife to get a boob job. "DID SHE OR DIDN'T SHE?! #TaylorSwift is sparking #plasticsurgery rumors," the magazine tweeted alongside a link to the article.
A headline of the article read, "The New Taylor Swift Is Sparking Boob Job Rumors Before the Release of Her Album!" The news outlet went on pointing out fans' comments regarding her supposedly changing appearance in her music video for "...Ready for It?".
"I must have missed something when did Taylor Swift grow boobs?" one fan asked. Another wondered, "Where did she get that butt and boobs from? She was thin as f**k like last year."
The magazine also cited "experts" who weighed in on whether Taylor had gone under the knife for "a subtle upgrade." Plastic surgeon Dr. Matthew Schulman, who has never treated the 27-year-old singer, told Page Six, "Taylor] has always had a very petite chest but recent photos seem to show a fuller chest and more cleavage. We know that Taylor has a friendship with many Victoria's Secret models, so it is possible that she is rocking a new bra. It is more likely that she has had some surgical help. I suspect that she has had a surgical breast augmentation, taking her from a small A cup to a B cup."
Sarah Hyland herself was accused of having plastic surgery by Life & Style last week. She clapped back at the tabloid, saying on Twitter, "THIS MAKES ME SO MAD. to have Drs give their opinion ON MY FACE is absolutely ridiculous and degrading. F**k off."
"I have had the worst medical year of my life and to create an entire article surrounding the question of if I've had plastic surgery is the MOST insulting thing," she continued. "Adding insult to injury, you have NO IDEA what I have been through. And I have somewhat addressed these rumors already. People like you are the reason why young girls feel the need to alter their face. MY face has been altered by LIFE SAVING medication. Take your 'journalism' and use it for some good. FOR ONCE."
After the magazine edited the article, Sarah tweeted again, "Hey @Life_and_Style why don't you just delete the article about how different I look over the past 10 yrs instead of deleting 'drs' comments."