Hold onto your socks, people, because we are about to blow them off: An A-list actress in her 40s has admitted to trying Botox and/or some kind of artificial face filler! We know; it’s inconceivable. Jennifer Aniston is the smooth-skinned guilty party in this case, telling InStyle, “People think that I do a lot of injections, but I donâ€™t,” before acknowledging, “Iâ€™m not saying that I havenâ€™t tried it … but I see how itâ€™s a slippery slope.” *Gasp* Wow, sorry about your hat rocking up into the sky like that. You probably should have hung onto that too.
Even without medical intervention, Jen might still be slathering her line-free face with the finest oils and lineaments available to man. Luckily, with age comes something better than wrinkles: the ability to just not give a crap. Says the Wanderlust star, “I quit smoking a few months ago, and I put on a couple of pounds. Normally Iâ€™d be like, â€˜Oh my god, I gained weight! Everyone is going to think Iâ€™m pregnant!’ Now, I just donâ€™t care.â€ Besides, as Jen explains, â€œAll that cosmetic stuff looks ridiculous on me.” We’re with you, lady! Just look at Betty White. Or alternately …Mickey Rourke. Actually, don’t look at Mickey Rourke. No good will come of it.
Megan Fox shut down all Botox rumors about herself for good yesterday! In what we think is a pretty hilarious move, Megan uploaded an album on her official Facebook page called “Things You Can’t Do With Your Face When You Have Botox.” She then proceeded to scrunch that gorgeous mug of hers up to show *gaspohnoNOway*… wrinkles! Remember when Teri Hatcher did the same, wrapped in a towel of all things! On a side note — are Meg’s eyes really that blue? ‘Cause they’re just dreamy! Folks, just accept the fact that some people are just weirdly genetically gifted like that. Case closed. Although, we bet that pout of hers is going to start a collagen debate now!
[Photo via Megan Fox's Facebook Page]
We’re a little suspicious about this quote—everyone’s crediting it to a nameless “German glamor mag”—but it looks like Nicole Kidman has finally admit to using Botox…if only in the past tense. “I’ve tried a lot of things but apart from working out and a good diet most things don’t help,” she allegedly confessed. “I even tried Botox but I didn’t like how my face looked afterwards. Now I don’t use it anymore—and I can move my forehead again.”
Despite constant denials, the Critics’ Choice Movie Award nominee became notorious for her facial work—you can even tell which scenes in The Invasion are reshoots by watching her eyes. Check out our timeline gallery below and make your guess as to when (and if!) she had work done.
[Photo: Getty Images]
Isn’t it exciting that we live in an age where everyone’s grandma can have the smooth skin of a porcelain doll? And when we say “exciting,” we mean “terrifying.” Gwyneth Paltrow’s mother Blythe Danner is a big fan of Botox, exclaiming, “Well, I think we’ve all fooled around with [Botox]. I think, you know, we’ve got so much at our fingertips now, why not take advantage of it? There are extraordinary things that can help us now.” She’s using the word “help” in the broadest possible sense, right? From a medical standpoint, paralyzing your face with toxins isn’t very helpful at all.
Not that Danner is okay with all plastic surgery; she really only approves of the kind that keeps her skin looking like a baby’s butt. “I mean I can’t stand the big, puffy lips. That stuff is just crazy! And the cheekbones that come out to here! I feel like, ‘Why do they think they have to do that?’” she scoffed. Isn’t that like the weirdly-smooth-skinned pot calling the collagen-injected kettle black? Besides, we paid a lot of money for these lips!
We are trying to uncurl our hands out of these rage claws so we can type, but we are just so filled with fury that a medical professional would offer Carey Mulligan Botox. Revealed Carey, “I said, ‘I have some lines here under my eye and they’re annoying, what can you do?’ He looked at my face and said, ‘We’ll just drop some Botox in here and here. I said, ‘What the…? I’m only 25! Are you joking?’” Do you even see a line on that girl’s entire head? Seriously, Carey has skin like a Cabbage Patch doll.
Unfortunately, non-existent lines aren’t the only thing that has the Great Gatsby actress down about her looks; Carey Mulligan’s haircut also makes her cry. “I hate my hair. After An Education, I had a small part in Michael Mann’s film Public Enemies and he wanted me to dye it white blonde, and it wrecked my hair. Literally, ruined it. It was falling apart, fried. So I had to cut it off. I cried,” the actress explained. Well, we all know that Carey Mulligan looks consistently fierce, so be strong, girl! Just embrace any wrinkles you might get and slap a wig on that fried hair. Sure, you’ll look like our Nanna, but at least you’ll have your dignity.
When Julia Roberts slipped on her little black dress for the Eat, Pray, Love premiere, little did she know that, in a bathroom a couple of miles away, an homage inspired by her was being prepared. Roberts had recently made a stand about Botox and face fillers saying any tweaking definitely wasn’t for her. She stated, “… I want my kids to know when I’m p***ed, when I’m happy, and when I’m confounded. Your face tells a story and it shouldn’t be a story about your drive to the doctor’s office.”
, victim to many a Botox controversy
, decided to put her best face forward a la
Julia. So post a nice long shower, wrapped in a towel and completely make-up free, the 45-year-old actress whipped out her camera. She ended up snapping a montage of shots of her face (contorted to bring out the wrinkles) and posted them up on her Facebook fan page
writing, “Out of the bath getting ready for bed. Thought about all those damn critics of my face. Love it or hate it, my face that is, no surgery, no implants, no matter what “they” say. Decided I’d shoot myself in to reveal some truths about “beauty” and hope it makes you all easier on yourself.” She also admitted to past Botox use, but clears up the air once and for all, that she she’s done and has been
done for a while now.
How does Julia Roberts tie into this? Teri explained, “I can be mad, or confused or sad and tired. Julia Roberts had that same vein in her forehead in Eat Pray Love. Proud of Julia for being a real woman on a real journey.” Nice…it’s like the Sisterhood of the Traveling Rants!