Toby Keith’s plastic surgery includes Botox injections & facelift surgery. Check out the country singer’s complete before and after transformation.
Country singer Toby Keith has made an immense contribution to the music industry. His self-titled debut album was certified platinum in 1993.
Keith created the song Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American) in response to the tragedies of 9/11, which resonated with military members.
However, Toby clashed with fellow country singer Natalie Maines over the contentious song. Aside from his feud with Maines, Keith has collaborated with country legends such as Willie Nelson.
He went on to produce numerous successful albums and dabbled in acting in 2008. Keith played at Donald Trump’s pre-inauguration performance at the Lincoln Memorial on 19th January 2017.
Recently, Toby Keith has become the subject of plastic surgery speculations on the internet. Has he really gone under the knife? Let’s find out.
Toby Keith’s Plastic Surgery Includes Botox Injections & Facelift
Toby Keith before and after plastic surgery.
Image Source: Weight & Skin
Toby Keith like many celebrities in the music industry has turned into the subject of plastic surgery speculations amongst fans, especially when age starts to catch up on them.
While he’s never admitted to going under the knife, Keith is believed to have had multiple plastic surgery treatments throughout his career.
Therefore, our experts at Weight & Skin took it upon ourselves to inspect Keith’s cosmetic enhancements by contrasting his before and after changes.
Following a thorough analysis, we’re quite positive that Toby Keith, 60, has had Botox injections and facelift surgery, at the very least. While there’s a good possibility the country singer has had other surgical enhancements, we can neither confirm nor deny them at this time.
Previously, almost a decade ago, he went under the knife for gallbladder surgery and was forced to cancel his concerts. Keith had his operation on July 30, 2012, after experiencing severe pain for an unknown amount of time, as per Got Country.
The musician was forced to cancel his August 2 performance at Fort McCoy but rescheduled it for August 30. Fortunately, Keith was back on the road the following day and it was a minor issue on his health.
Toby Keith Says John Prine Taught Him to Be Fearless
John Prine, the iconic country-folk singer-songwriter, has a large following. For instance, Bill Murray, Eric Church, Sturgill Simpson, everybody who wrote him greeting cards were mentioned in his final video, “I Remember Everything.” Country singer Toby Keith is another of Prine’s legions of followers.
Keith realized he wished to pay respect to Prine after he died in April 2020 as a result of COVID-19 complications. On his latest album, Peso in My Pocket, he accomplishes exactly that, covering John Prine’s “Take a Look at My Heart.”
The song first appeared on Prine’s 1991 album, The Missing Years. Bruce Springsteen provided the vocals for that rendition.
Keith went on the Taste of Country Nights radio program recently, telling host Evan Paul that he wasn’t aware of the song all that well, but when it arrived on a playlist he was hearing while jogging, he decided he intended to cover the lyrical gem rather than a more well-known hit.
Keith’s version of the song blends Prine’s lyrical talent with Keith’s musical talent to “let it rip,” which he attributes to Prine. It’s a fitting homage to the songwriter who, according to Keith, inspired him to be courageous.