Hugh John Mungo Grant certainly has a long full name to match his equally long career as a British actor. Girls croon over his accent, but especially over his charming good looks. He made his film debut in 1982 with the film, Privileged. He is bold and courageous, not afraid to take on different roles. He starred in classics such as Sense and Sensibility, alongside Julia Roberts in Notting Hill, and co-starred with Renée Zellweger in Bridget Jone’s Diary, a spoof of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. In addition he has worked with Sandra Bullock in Two Weeks Notice and Colin Firth again, after Bridget Jone’s Diary, in Love Actually. He co-starred with Drew Barrymore in his most recent work, Music and Lyrics, and will appear in the film Hollywood Dog, to be released next year.
Phew. With an impressive résumé like that, it is no joke that he has achieved so much success and fame in his 46 years of living, soon to be 47. And once again, it leaves his fans wondering, how does he feel about cosmetic surgery? Further yet, how does he still look young and handsome, despite his age? The answer is not buried deep.
On February 26, 2007, he stated during an interview that some cosmetic surgeries look ‘strangely attractive,’ while some look ‘scary’ because of how much was done. Not to be overstated, but according to ‘In Case You Didn’t Know,’ he said, “I’m ambivalent about it, although I feel sorry for a lot of these Beverly Hills wives who’ve had so much done that they look a little scary these days. On the other hand, I’ve seen some plastic surgery that I’ve found rather strangely sexually attractive.” Although he’s not sure of himself, he is sure about other people’s surgery. He calls it his unusual fetish.
This is good news for plastic surgery industries. It just proves that plastic surgery can really enhance a person’s appearance, which is the whole point. Well, it’s obvious that Hugh Grant is a little uneasy at the thought of a permanent facelift. Just recently on March 11, 2007, he admitted to having a temporary facelift in the form of an elastic band. According to him, “I had to play myself back in the Eighties, so I had an elastic lift – it’s a tight piece of band around the face that’s invisible but makes you look like you’ve had a facelift.” He had this done for his latest released film, Music and Lyrics. Apparently it looked so good he didn’t want to let it go after the film. He refused to take it off for a week afterwards.
Well Hugh, have no fear, we love you, no matter what you look like, as long as your face stays the same!
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