Born to be wild! Tammy Hembrow looks unrecognisable in a newly unearthed hip-hop music video from 2014 – which shows the fitness model smoking and drinking

efore making a name for herself on Instagram, Tammy Hembrow starred in an outrageous hip-hop music video.

A newly-unearthed YouTube video shows the now 24-year-old letting lose in the clip for underground Aussie hip-hop band Mr Hill & Rahjconkas’ 2014 single, Non Stop.

The video was uploaded in April 2014, and five years later, Tammy is virtually unrecognisable from her former self.

Now and then: Before making a name for herself on Instagram Tammy Hembrow was starring in rap music videos. Pictured left in a 2014 music video, and right on Monday
Compared to her current appearance, Tammy’s face appeared to be much fresher, bearing classic girl-next-door good looks.

Her lips appear smaller, her face is less full, and her nose looks much different.

Even Tammy’s hair is a different hue, having once been a golden blonde compared to the platinum she’s known for now.


Wild child: In the music video, Tammy can be seen puffing on a cigarette while swigging back drinks

Natural beauty: Compared to her current appearance, Tammy’s face appeared much more natural looking, bearing classic girl-next-door good looks

In an interview with Daily Mail Australia in August 2018, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth claimed Tammy may have undergone a nose job, liposuction and dermal fillers to achieve her bombshell look. 

‘Based on what I presume to be filtered photos, she has undergone a striking transformation of not only her facial features but also of her facial shape,’ Dr Haworth claimed at the time.  

He added: ‘Specifically, her jawline is more defined into a “V-line”. I would even venture to say her chin has been shortened and narrowed compared to her teenage years.’


Golden girl: Even Tammy’s hair is a different hue, having once been a golden blonde compared to the platinum she’s known for now

Helping hand: In an interview with Daily Mail Australia in August 2018, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth claimed Tammy may have undergone a nose job, liposuction and dermal fillers to achieve her bombshell look

Dr Haworth also believes her V-line chin could have been achieved through either ‘liposuction or bony chin modification’.

He also acknowledged that ‘losing her “baby fat” may have been a contributing factor’ to the visible changes in Tammy’s jawline.  

Furthermore, Dr Haworth claimed that Tammy may have undergone a rhinoplasty to fine-tune her look, saying: ‘A subtle, balanced rhinoplasty to narrow her nasal bones and refine her tip may have been carried out.’


Finger licking good: At one stage in the music video, she’s seen seductively licking the screen of her iPhone

Sharing is caring: Another scene from the music video shows a girl squirting a liquid out of her own mouth and into Tammy’s open mouth

‘Based on what I presume to be filtered photos, she has undergone a striking transformation of not only her facial features but also of her facial shape,’ Dr Haworth told Daily Mail Australia

He also suggested that Tammy’s cheekbones look more sculpted and angled upwards in recent photos, while her eye-hollows appear less apparent.

Both of these changes are likely to have been carried out with a filler such as Voluma or Restylane Lyft, or even achieved via fat transfer. 

According to Dr Haworth, Tammy’s lips have also almost certainly been enhanced due to their ‘overly plumped’ appearance.


Giving cheek: Dr Haworth has also suggested that Tammy’s cheekbones look more sculpted and angled upwards in recent photos, while her eye-hollows appear less apparent

Drink up: The hard partying music video shows Tammy having drinks poured directly into her open mouth

He claimed: ‘Like Kylie Jenner, Tammy has been originally inspired by the Angelina Jolie lip variety. Paradoxically, lips oversized for a face can mature the visage beyond its years.’

In the music video, Tammy can be seen puffing on a cigarette while swigging back drinks.

At one stage, she’s seen licking the screen of her iPhone, before another girl squirts a liquid out of her mouth into Tammy’s open mouth.  


Lip service: According to Dr Haworth, Tammy’s lips have also almost certainly been enhanced due to their ‘overly plumped’ appearance

According to Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth, Tammy seems to have achieved a flat stomach naturally.

 

How Instagram sensation Tammy Hembrow, 24, achieved a flat stomach after giving birth without a tummy tuck

She’s the Australian Instagram sensation who built her own fitness empire from the ground up.

And so it comes as no surprise that Tammy Hembrow has an incredible figure and washboard abs – even after having two children.

But many fans will be surprised to discover the 24-year-old was able to achieve her post-baby physique without the help of a tummy tuck.

   

According to Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth, Tammy seems to have achieved a flat stomach naturally.

The main reason the businesswoman was able to bounce back so well is because of her relatively young age, he claimed.

‘Some are blessed with better genetics than others. It also doesn’t hurt to have youth on your side,’ Dr. Haworth said.

‘It may be hard to believe but I have seen a number of patients similar to Tammy who have rebounded remarkably well after a pregnancy without the help of plastic surgery.’

Expert opinion: The main reason the businesswoman was able to bounce back so well is because of her relatively young age, Dr Haworth claimed

He added: ‘Their abdominal musculature regains its strength and the skin tightens with little-to-no stretch marks.

‘Indeed, the only thing which has remained after Tammy’s pregnancy is her umbilical hernia.’

Tammy shares two children with her ex-fiancé Reece Hawkins: two-year-old daughter Saskia and son Wolf, three.

  Family: Tammy shares two children with her ex-fiancé Reece Hawkins: two-year-old daughter Saskia and son Wolf, three

Busy mum! Tammy revealed last year that it can sometimes be hard to find time to exercise

Tammy told New Idea last year that it can be hard to find time to exercise.

However, she suggested that busy mothers should try and squeeze in lounge room workouts whenever they can.

‘I honestly feel better when I get my workout in, less sluggish and I find it easier to keep up with my kids,’ she said at the time.

‘Whether it’s a gym workout or HIIT home workout I always try to fit it in when I can.’

‘I honestly feel better when I get my workout in’: However, she suggested that busy mothers should try and squeeze in lounge room workouts whenever they can .

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