Teresa Langella shows her face swollen and distorted by the surgery
Teresa Langella it is certainly one of the faces of UeD that the public appreciated the most. What made her particularly popular with viewers was her turbulent acquaintance with Andrea Dal Corso. After an initial no, the suitor retraced his steps and tried every road for conquer the heart of the Langella.
In the end, the two they found love in each other and they are still writing theirs wonderful fairytale love. It was Teresa herself who revealed the truth about the alleged back and forth with Andrea: “The truth is that, when we stay apart for a long time, it is natural that we interact less on social networks. If we have the normal discussions of each couple, we certainly don’t start commenting on the photos or liking them “.
“But apparently it seems that some are unable to discern real life from virtual life. And we find ourselves forced to account to others for something that it would not be necessary to talk about “. But now, to do murmur the web and the world of gossip is not something about the couple. The former tronista recently published one on social media click which portrays her completely transformed, following various cosmetic surgeries.
What happened to Teresa? It is undeniable that the former tronista has undergone strong changes over the years, especially by comparing the photos with the images of his participation in UeD. Today, the woman does show with eyebrows, cheekbones And lip much more pronounced compared to the past. It would be easy to think that perhaps Teresa has resorted to the cosmetic surgeon for a few too many tweaks, but the reality of things is quite different.
Apparently the photo that is making the whole web murmur would hide a much less scandalous truth. In fact, the shot is not authentic, nor has the former tronista resorted to plastic surgery. It is simply a photo modified through a filter, posted on social networks to make satire on an often thorny and controversial topic. Surrounding the shot, Teresa’s ironic writing: “Don’t touch me, the sun is already melting me”.