The 30-year-old singer denied ever having a scalpel touch her face during an interview Thursday on Extra, but she made no mention about her purported 'booty' implants.
'I never had surgery on my face,' said the American Idol judge. 'When people see my makeup they think all types of crazy things that I'm doing to my skin, but it's makeup.'
The MAC Viva Glam spokesperson was promoting her new lipstick for the makeup brand, a lavender-hue called Nicki 2.
Nicki, who wore the lipstick during the interview, credited her deft hand with a makeup brush for her defined features, adamantly denying that she's had any work done to her face.
'They'll see contour and think you've had surgery on your nose. It's makeup people!' the star told Extra.
She cited the television show RuPaul's Drag Race as an example of what makeup can do.
'Look at RuPaul’s Drag Race and you’ll see how you can make your nose look any shape you want,' she said.
The star has also been accused of having implants to make her bottom more curvaceous, but she remained mum about those rumours during the interview, emphatically referring only to her face.
When asked if she's ever had a 'non-glam' day, the Trinidadian-born singer answered 'of course,' stating that she looks like 'hell' on those days.
'You don't want to see it, a scarf on my head, sweatpants, UGGS, T-shirt,'
Culled from Daily Mail UK