Sandra Bullock Hits Back At Plastic Surgery Claims

Sandra Bullock Hits Back At Plastic Surgery Claims

Sandra Bullock (or as we will always affectionately refer to as, Miss Congeniality) always looks absolutely flawless in our books. But for some reason, the actress is constantly plagued by plastic surgery rumours.

Us? We’re big believers in doing whatever you want to your face. It’s your choice after all. And we’re a bit over the constant scrutiny of famous female faces.

As for the latest bout of accusations, these have rolled in as The Unforgivable (Sandra’s latest movie) debuted on Netflix.

The Unforgivable, Netflix

Playing a prisoner released after a 20-year sentence, the 57-year-old actress appears in the film with a more angular face than usual. But considering the character backstory, it could really all come down to clever makeup or even purposeful weight loss to suit the role.

To be honest, we don’t think Sandra owes us any explanation. And it isn’t the first time she’s been accused of plastic surgery or addressed the topic…

Sandra Bullock on plastic surgery

When Sandra appeared at the 2018 Oscars, her fuller cheeks led to a fair few accusations that she had gone under the knife (or at least the needle) beforehand.

But Sandra hit back at the claims shortly after, explaining that it wasn’t in fact the case.

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Speaking to InStyle, Sandra explained what had actually happened before she attended the coveted event.

“This past Oscars I was sick and had allergies, but I was like, ‘I’m just going to go.’ It’s part of my job, and I’m happy to be there. Then the next day they were saying, ‘Oh, she has cheek fillers and implants.’ When I saw the photos and how swollen I was, I got it. But I was like, ‘Well, if I got injections, I only got them on the top,’ which was not very good.”

This time, it may be a different story. But as far as we’re concerned, if Sandra Bullock wants to get plastic surgery, that’s Sandra Bullock’s business.

As for her real beauty routine? The star previously revealed on Ellen that one of the secrets behind her youthful complexion was a controversial facial involving foreskin. Her facialist since cleared up that it’s using clone cells, but hey, like all rumours, it made headlines.

Oh Hollywood, if it’s not one thing, it’s the other.

Are you a fan of Sandra Bullock? Have you seen The Unforgivable?

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  1. I’d never want to be a celebrity, because you are always being watched. No thanks. I think she looks lovely, and it’s her business whether she has had Botox etc.

  2. I’d never want to be a celebrity, because you are always being watched. No thanks. I think she looks lovely, and it’s her business whether she has had Botox etc.

  3. It’s ironic that the same people who would pull apart models and actresses for showing any signs of ageing are also stupidly critical of those who have work done, or even suspected of having had work done. Get over these unrealistic ideals and stop judging and criticising women about superficial BS. No wonder we’re all so insecure and self-critical.

  4. My view is that if you want it then go do it but for me personally its a no go. Im scared of needles for a start and im also not keen on surgeries unless they are a matter of life and death so for me no but im in no way going to judge others for taking that step.

  5. It’s what ever an individual wants to do for themselves and that’s it! I don’t think celebrities or anyone for that matter need to come out and tell anyone what they’ve had done. Why does it matter so much?!

  6. I love her! She always looks great, and honestly I don’t think she should have to explain herself! There are plenty of men who have had ‘work’ done and nobody gives them the sort of crap that women always cop. If she says she had no fillers then I believe her, but it wouldn’t matter to me if she had.

    I’m not sure whether I’d ever have botox or fillers etc but I’m getting older .. so who knows. Never say never 🙂

  7. It’s not something I’ve ever felt the need to have done but then again I’m not constantly in the spotlight. I feel it’s up to the individual and their personal circumstances.

  8. I couldn’t actually tell the difference. She looks great, but she’s probably got more options to look after herself than the average person. Why not just assume it’s that?

  9. Celebs are in a really tough position where their livelihood often relies on them succumbing to the Hollywood beauty ideal. But given all the gossip that occurs as a result and the emotional toll that takes on actors, it’s up to Hollywood to step up and say enough is enough and change their standards. It’s disheartening that they think we’re all so superficial that we won’t watch movies starring women in their 50’s (who we all grew up watching and admiring – Sandra, Nicole, Renee, to name a few) unless they physically alter themselves to try to look like they haven’t aged in 20+ years. And you’d think these screen icons would be able to stand up and say no to the pressure, but if you want to work, you have to play their game. It sucks.

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