^This is the article I'm talking about. Granted it's not a very reliable website what so ever, but the artile has basically made me spit fire because of how terrible the writer is. I'll give the guy (or girl) credit for spelling things correctly but there is absolutely no need for an article like this to ever be published. It pretty much just bashes people for how they look and that is ridiculous.
Joan van Ark- I don't really watch soap operas but apparently this lady has some theatre background behind her as well. And although she may have went a bit extreme with the face surgery it is a bit rude for this guy in the article to say "she'll be lucky to find any work with a face like that." Many people can get work if they are qualified for the position. Not once have I ever heard someone say "We didn't hire that girl because of her face." I'm sure there are people who do that but if this lady is qualified for an acting role that's what makeup artists are getting paid to do; make people look good.
Nick Nolte- Basically the article says that this guy ain't sexy no more because he's aged since his major debut in 1977. God forbid if someone looks more mature if they are 73 years old!
Megan Fox- Yes she does look a lot different. She probably did have some work done. That's none of our business. However that does not mean people hate her new look. A lot of people still find her to be the hottest female "actress" to ever grace the movie screens.
Lil' Kim- This girl was the old Nicki Minaj back in the 90s. She's had her time to shine, she's made a ton of money, and she STILL performs and continues to record music and tour. But what does this person say in the article? That Lil' Kim looks horrible and needs to go back to her natural look. Because let's not focus on her accomplishments, let's only focus on what she looks like.
Hilary Duff- That is a bad picture of her. End of story. If someone looks bad in a picture that does not necessarily mean they are addicted to botox.
Lisa Rinna- I can't defend this ladies choices and I can't really argue with what the article writer has to say. I'm sure Rinna is a nice person (maybe not) but yeah, she overdid it with all the plasticness.
Mickey Rourke- In his defense if I decided to get plastic surgery and someone was to screw up then I would probably try to fix it as well.
On Haley Joel Osment's behalf, I would like to pint out that voicing a character for ANY video game is one of the toughest things you can do as an actor.
Barry Manilow has wrinkles. Oh no!!! Because it's not like we normal humans can ever get wrinkles or anything.
How does Mark Hamill plan to act in the Star Wars movies looking like that? Oh I dunno, maybe by acting in the new Star Wars movie? And really, if his looks are offensive to that many people I'm quite positive that movie sets have makeup and hair artists present frequently.
If Teri Hatcher doesn't want to inject herself with botox anymore then she doesn't need to! Get a grip you chacha.com writers!
Courtney Love- Another celebrity who has GAINED WEIGHT. The loser who wrote this article states that;
"Cosmetic surgery and weight gain do not mix."You want to know what else doesn't mix? Idiots who claim that they are "writers" then submit horrid articles to the public all because they have access to a computer. You are not a writer, you're just an ass.