Plastic surgery is no surprise at the Oscars and female stars, winners, attendees and presenters brought plastic surgery in full force.
Real Housewife of Beverly Hills Brandi Glanville wasn’t a nominee, but she did win the unofficial award for tackiest dress. A plunging neckline showed off Brandi’s breast implants. She probably also touched up her Botox and fillers for the special red carpet occasion (See Make Me Heal’s story on Brandi Glanville’s plastic surgery).
Presenter Jennifer Aniston took a departure from her usual black dress to don a red ball gown. In the past she has openly admitted to having nose surgery to correct a deviated septum (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jennifer Aniston’s nose jobs) and some suspect that she has also dabbled in Botox and fillers.
Star of the Best Picture winner Argo Clea Duvall is one of the few female castmembers of the spy thriller. The 35-year old seems to be taking cues from her fellow male stars and avoiding the knife. However Clea is at an age when many actresses begin using Botox to get rid of any wrinkles that can’t be smoothed away on camera.
She may have stumbled, but Best Actress winner Jennifer Lawrence won her second go at Oscar gold, thanks to her performance in The Silver Linings Playbook. The popular 22-year old doesn’t seem to have time to go under the knife, but rather uses makeup and changes in hair color to alter her appearance for each of her diverse roles (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jennifer Lawrence’s plastic surgery).
Best Supporting Actress winner Anne Hathaway won as expected for her role as Fantine in Les Miserables, but likely without the aid of plastic surgery. Giving her speech in a shaky voice, Anne showed no alterations in her appearance, other than her haircut, which was growing out from her shaved head during filming (See Make Me Heal’s story on Anne Hathaway’s plastic surgery).
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