A few easy nips and tucks are nothing new before an awards show. So it’s no surprise that this year’s Golden Globes showcases some new and old bad plastic surgeries.
Hayden Panettiere was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role on Nashville, but lost to Dame Maggie Smith. Although Hayden stunned on the red carpet in a Roberto Cavalli gown, her breast implants, do not always look as natural as they did at the Golden Globes (See Make Me Heal’s story on Hayden Panettiere’s plastic surgery).
Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in The Paperboy, Nicole Kidman’s face looked to be frozen in place, an indication that the actress is back to Botox after saying she was on hiatus from the injectable (See Make Me Heal’s story on Nicole Kidman’s Botox use). Although she lost to Anne Hathaway, Nicole’s emotions never showed.
Presenter Sly Stallone looked unnatural on stage with fellow action star Arnold Schwarzenegger. In recent years, Sly has become as well known for his bouts with plastic surgery facelifts as he is for his onscreen muscles (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sylvester Stallone’s Botox).
Arnold has said that he has never been under the knife to change his appearance, but many seem to think that he has had a facelift and may also regularly use Botox and laser treatments (See Make Me Heal’s story on Arnold Schwarzenegger’s plastic surgery).
Actress Jennifer Westfeldt, who is dating fellow actor Jon Hamm had a slightly puffy appearance, indicating she may have had fillers like Juvederm placed too close to the event, with not enough time to get a natural look. On his blog, plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn remarks, ” Her cheeks look puffy and chipmunk-like – Sculptra injections in her cheeks?”
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