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Unrecognizable Renee Zellweger

(The Freeman) - October 23, 2014 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines – Renee Zellweger attended Elle’s 21st Annual Women In Hollywood Awards on October 20, and everyone immediately noticed that her signature plump cheeks were gone and her eyes seemed much more open. Stylelist.com spoke to three top experts who gave their two cents on whether the “Chicago” actress might have gone under the knife.

Zellweger, 45, looked gorgeous when she stepped out at the prestigious Elle Women in Hollywood Awards but she almost looked unrecognizable. Many fans speculated on Twitter that perhaps she had a facelift, or too much Botox.

Dr. Janet Prystowsky, leading board certified Dermatologist in NYC, said: “It looks to me as though Renee had a brow lift, eyelid lift, and a facelift. The brow lift has raised her forehead too high and it looks like she may have even had hair transplants to bring her hairline down again because of the appearance of hairs at the hairline. The cheeks were made thinner with the facelift. The eye lift has given her a more sunken look than she normally had skin and fat were removed. The eyebrows are going straight across instead of normally arching which also gives her eyes an unusual look. This could be related to the brow lift and Botox.”

Dr. David Cangello, M.D., Director Of Plastic Surgery at the JUVA Skin, Laser and Plastic Surgery Center in NYC, also believes she had her upper eyelids done, and he believes that she had fillers in her cheeks.

“I think she actually looks much nicer now,” Dr. Lyle Back, Board Certified Philadelphia area plastic surgeon said. “She had an excellent facelift which has made her face much less puffy, rectangular and masculine appearing. Her face is more oval, elegant and feminine without an ‘over-pulled’ look. She has also had her eyes nicely done, losing the heavy, tired look around her eyes. A well designed, finessed nasal reshaping created a nice balance with the rest of her.”

Zellweger has been the subject of plastic surgery rumbling before. She actually spoke out about it to the in 2013, saying: “When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic it’s very unfair and disappointing. It’s not very pleasant to read reports which say you’ve gone too far or this or that.”

ANNUAL WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD AWARDS BOARD CERTIFIED PHILADELPHIA BOTOX DIRECTOR OF PLASTIC SURGERY DR. DAVID CANGELLO DR. JANET PRYSTOWSKY DR. LYLE BACK ELLE WOMEN HOLLYWOOD AWARDS LASER AND PLASTIC SURGERY CENTER
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