The Big Night has come and gone. Now Makemeheal.com takes a look at all the plastic surgery parading down the 2010 Oscars red carpet.
In the Best Actor Category, all the actors seem to be as yet untouched by the knife, but could stand a little plastic surgery refreshment. Best Actor Oscar winner for Crazy Heart Jeff Bridges could stand a shave and some plastic surgery in his neck region (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jeff Bridges’ plastic surgery).
It’s unclear whether or not nominee for Best Actor for Up in the Air, George Clooney, has gone under the knife, but he may have had a blepharoplasty to get rid of the bags under his eyes (See Make Me Heal’s story on George Clooney’s plastic surgery).
Make Me Heal congratulates all the Best Actor nominees for jobs well done, including Colin Firth in A Single Man, Morgan Freeman for Invictus (See Make Me Heal’s story on Morgan Freeman’s plastic surgery) and Jeremy Renner for The Hurt Locker.
In the Supporting Actor category, Make Me Heal congratulates winner Christoph Waltz for his work in Inglorious Basterds. He and his fellow nominees, Matt Damon for Invictus, Woody Harrelson in The Messenger, Christopher Plummer in The Last Station, and Stanley Tucci in The Lovely Bones all sport facial wrinkles and may have used injectables like Botox, Juvederm, or Dysport to get a fresh complexion on their big nights on the red carpet. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Christoph Waltz’ Plastic Surgery).
Rom-com favorite and America’s sweetheart, Sandra Bullock took home the Best Actress gold statue for her role in The Blind Side, with a little plastic surgery to keep her looking fresh and young (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sandra Bullock’s Botox).
Some of her fellow nominees have also seen the inside of the plastic surgeon’s office, including Helen Mirren, nominated for The Last Station who some believe has had a facelift while others believe she is totally natural (See Make Me Heal’s story on Helen Mirren’s plastic surgery).
Oscar favorite, and butt of the evening’s running commentary, Meryl Streep, who has had a few facelifts, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), plenty of botox and injectable fillers, was nominated for her role in Julie & Julia (See Make Me Heal’s story on Meryl Streep’s plastic surgery).
Carey Mulligan, nominated for An Education, has been found to be so beautiful she doesn’t need plastic surgery…yet (See Make Me Heal’s story on Carey Mulligan’s plastic surgery). That’s not to say that she may not opt to have a few small tweaks as she ages like botox or juvederm.
Acting newcomer Gabourey Sidibe was also considered a favorite for her role in Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire. The plus sized actress may want to consider some weight loss measures such as exercise or surgery, which she may want to follow up with some plastic surgery procedures such as a tummy tuck, and body lifts to get rid of any excess skin that results from massive weight loss (See Make Me Heal’s story on Gabourey Sidibe’s plastic surgery).
Supporting Actress winner Mo’Nique for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire, is not yet a plastic surgery fan and was still sporting hairy legs at the Oscars, so it seems she didn’t take our advice and invest in some laser hair removal (See Make Me Heal’s story on Mo’Nique’s plastic surgery) or a home laser hair removal device like Silk’n Sensepil. Like her co-star Sidibe, she may want to consider weight loss although Mo’Nique carries her weight well and it’s become her trademark look so a slimmer version of herself may not boost her star appeal.
Her fellow nominee, Penelope Cruz, nominated for her role in Nine, has been under the knife, for some lip augmenation via injectable fillers like Restylane, Juvederm or Prevelle at the very least (See Make Me Heal’s story on Penelope Cruz’s plastic surgery).
Vera Farmiga, nominated for Up in the Air, may or may not have some plastic surgery in her past to keep her skin taut and wrinkle-free, and she may want to consider cheek augmentation via fillers such as Sculptra as her cheeks are a bit sunken (See Make Me Heal’s story on Vera Farmiga’s plastic surgery).
Also nominated for the frequent flyer flick, Up in the Air, is Anna Kendrick. Young Anna hasn’t gotten any plastic surgery yet, but that is sure to change as her star continues to rise (See Make Me Heal’s story on Anna Kendrick’s plastic surgery).
Maggie Gyllenhaal was nominated for role in Crazy Heart. The Indie actress is rumored to have very recently undergone plastic surgery on her eyes and neck (See Make Me Heal’s story on Maggie Gyllenhaal’s plastic surgery).
Make Me Heal enjoyed the performances of all the nominees. Look out for Make Me Heal’s story on Best Picture winner The Hurt Locker and its pretty Oscar-winning director, Kathryn Bigelow, later in the week.
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