The Golden Globes opened this year of Awards Season and gave Makemeheal.com a look at famous faces and their plastic surgery.
Jane Fonda presented an award in a figure-hugging dress with a plunging neckline that showed off her recent necklift, while plenty of eye make drew attention to her recent blepharoplasty, the great actresses new procedures after breast augmentation years ago (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jane Fonda’s plastic surgery).
Golden Globe winner for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) for The Descendants, George Clooney has joked about going under the knife for a blepharoplasty, but despite the jokes, still appears to be naturally with a sense of humor (See Make Me Heal’s story on George Clooney’s plastic surgery).
Rooney Mara didn’t take home any awards for transforming into The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but she did manage to remove all of her character’s tattoos and visible piercings without the aid of plastic surgery. No word on whether or not her nipple ring remains. In the past, the actress may have had a rhinoplasty to achieve her small, perfect nose, but her prominent cheekbones appear to be the result of extreme weight loss for the role, rather than implants.
Angelina Jolie is still looking very thin, but her perfectly smooth skin is likely a result of Botox injections and facial fillers combined with excellent skincare. In the past, the actress has been rumored to have had lip augmentation and a possible nose job as well (see Make Me Heal’s story on Angelina Jolie’s Nose Job).
Brad Pitt is looking a little older these days, but not less handsome. He may be using fillers, like Radiesse, to stay as youthful as his partner Angelina Jolie (See Make Me Heal’s story on Brad Pitt’s plastic surgery).
Jessica Alba had a baby not too long ago, but you’d never know it to see her presenting a Golden Globe on stage. While her full bust could lead to more rumors that she is filling out her gown after breast augmentation, more likely the actress may still be nursing or have just little more baby weight to lose (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jessica Alba’s Breast Augmentation).
Michelle Williams won for Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) for My Week With Marilyn, but unlike the actress she was playing in the film, doesn’t look to have undergone plastic surgery for her role as the curvaceous and troubled blonde. Instead of plastic surgery, Michelle likely relies on movie magic for her transformation (See Make Me Heal’s story on Michelle Williams’ plastic surgery).
53-year old Madonna won a Golden Globes for Best Original Song (Motion Picture) “Masterpiece,” W.E. and showed off her plastic surgery. The talented performer has been rumored to have a great deal of plastic surgery over the years, undergoing plastic surgery recovery after breast augmentation, facelifts, chin and cheek implants and other procedures (See Make Me Heal’s story on Madonna’s plastic surgery).
Jessica Lange won for Best Supporting Performance in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film for her role on American Horror Story. The actress has always denied plastic surgery (read the full story on Jessica Lange’s Plastic Surgery), but is frequently rumored to have undergone a facelift and a neck lift to make the lower half of her face to match her wrinkle-free forehead as well as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) may explain why Jessica’s aging eyes seem to look so refreshed without any hooding (bags of skin hanging over her eyes) and no puffy or under-eye bags and sagging skin.
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