Saturday, October 25, 2014

Meet Renee Zellweger’s New Face.

Most people get plastic surgery to look younger or sexier. Renee Zellweger, 45, looks like a completely different person. Gone are the chipmunk cheeks and mouth that always looked like she had a sour ball in it. Her old face had character; now she could be starring as one of the “Housewives” on Bravo.
Renee Zellweger's old face.
Though she always looked like she had a head cold, I miss the old Renee. I get that we all need a tune-up once in a while, especially in Hollywood; where men can get old with beer guts and still get paired with the current hot 20-year-old. Women have to keep themselves looking as fresh as day old bread, or get tossed out with the trash the next day.

The “Jerry Maguire” actress hasn’t been in a film for a couple of years, and many gossip at the best salon’s that she can’t get leading roles anymore, and she thinks her new face will blast her back to the top.

So far the star of the “Bridget Jones Diary” movies denies that she’s had any work done, stating that she has just, “lost a little weight.” Sure dear, you and Melanie Griffith!

Many laugh at the notion that she hasn’t had plastic surgery, but many people lie about what they do to their face and body, often “writing” beauty and exercise books, bragging about their so-called beauty secrets when the real secret to their youth is, a good (or in Zellweger’s case, bad) surgeon.
Hopefully Zellweger’s new face will gradually go back to the blowfish we all wanted to see swimming in our fish tank. If she keeps getting more plastic surgery she could soon resemble the fish floating at the top of the tank instead.


Saturday, October 4, 2014

Trashiest Wedding Dresses Ever.

When you get married you want the OH's & AH’s to come because you look good; not because you look like you were stuck in a dryer before you showed up at the wedding.
Taste is always a sore subject between friends, but I think these wedding dresses take the cake when it comes to bad taste. Hopefully these marriages last longer than the career of the designers of these get-ups.

Blue Belles, or Blue Balls?