Is plastic surgery to blame for Nicole Kidman's 'wooden' performance?
Nicole Kidman's new movie, Grace Of Monaco opened Cannes Film Festival last night to some terrible reviews. So, can she blame plastic surgery and botox for her 'wooden' performance?
had the honour and pressure of opening the Cannes Film Festival
with her movie, Grace Of Monaco.
Sadly for her, reviews have been dire.
With one Guardian review
's statement, "so wooden it's a fire risk" catching on in the media, Nicole may not have been feeling too great this morning.
The other great talking point for fans of Nicole was how much she appeared to have had work done on her face.
Which begs the question - is that why you made, "a royal biopic worse than Diana"?
She was almost unrecognisable in recent Jimmy Choo adverts
and plastic surgeons have commented for Hollywood Life
, "It seems that her physician went overboard with fillers."
One explained that the fear of looking "hollow" lead them to get such treatments, but "instead of looking youthful, they look heavy and unnatural in the face."
Unnatural in the face seems like the terrible place to be for an actress.
Celebrity plastic surgery before and after
Although she hasn't admitted to surgery, Ashlee Simpson's nose certainly started looking dramatically different in 2006. And the former 'Chicago' stage star and singer has since been quoted as saying, 'I believe if somebody chooses to do plastic surgery, it should be for yourself, not for anyone else.'Ashlee's big sister Jessica isn't quite so coy about confessing to her cosmetic enhancements. She's admitted to having Restylane lip injections (an alternative to collagen) but wasn't a fan of the trout pout. 'I definitely felt the pressure about my looks, so I did try out filler stuff for my lips,' she said. 'It looked fake to me... I didn't like that'
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