‘We’re all going to get old!’ Jamie Lee Curtis goes on a tirade against aging.


‘We’re all going to get old!’ Jamie Lee Curtis goes on a tirade against aging.

While speaking with Lorraine Kelly on her ITV show, JAMIE LEE CURTIS went on a rant about cosmetic surgery.

The Hollywood actress is gearing up for the debut of her Halloween picture, and while speaking with Lorraine Kelly about the production, Jamie Lee was asked what inspired Dawn French to go grey. The actress stated that she was opposed to anti-aging and preferred to appear her age.

“Lovely!” Jamie Lee was ecstatic. “For a long time, I’ve been a proponent of natural beauty, primarily because I’ve experienced the opposite side’s trial and error.

“I had plastic surgery, but it didn’t work out for me. I despised it. It made me even more miserable.

“I attempted to do everything possible with your hair.” It was humiliating to me personally.

“I’d go into a hair salon, smell the chemicals, feel the color on my hair, sit under the hairdryer, and think to myself, “For what?”

So I had a perm and then had to colour my hair for a movie, and it burned my hair off my head!”

‘Oh! Oh my gosh,’ I exclaimed the first time I chopped my hair short. Oh my goodness! ‘I look just like myself!’ Since then, I’ve stopped dying my hair and advocated for not messing with your face.” Jamie Lee continued, “I’m not going to feel pressured to appear like a 17-year-old.”

“What does the word anti-ageing mean? What exactly are you referring to? She raged, “We’re all going to f**king age!”

“Are we all going to perish?” Why would you want to appear 17 at the age of 70? “When I’m 70, I want to look 70.” Jamie Lee isn’t the only celebrity to speak out against cosmetic surgery.

She claimed earlier this month that cosmetic operations were wiping out “generations of beauty.”

“The present trend of fillers and treatments, as well as our fascination with filters and the things we do to change our image on Zoom, are eradicating decades of beauty,” she told Fast Company.

“You can’t get your face back once you meddle with it.”

She admitted in 2002 that she has “small lips” and “a little Botox.”

But she asserted that “none of it works” and that she felt like a “fake.”

“I tried plastic surgery and it didn’t work,” she said in the article. “Brinkwire Summary News.”


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