Catherine Zeta-Jones, Oscar-winning actress and drop-dead beauty, has made it very clear that she is not against individuals opting into cosmetic procedures to combat signs of aging.
"I'm not anti-plastic surgery at all," Zeta-Jones tells U.K.'s Good Housekeeping for its March cover story, which hit newsstands early last week.
"If I feel like it, I'm going to go ahead and do it! If [surgery] makes you feel better, who am I to tell someone that it's wrong?"
Her stance isn’t surprising, but how fantastic she looks for her age is! Zeta-Jones has aged very gracefully, and attributes her outstanding fitness level to daily dancing.
If she did opt to go under the knife, she’d be joining countless celebrities who have already had work done. We doubt her procedures would have as much impact on the cosmetic surgery industry the way that certain other celebs have; Dr. Scott Glasberg, President of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, discovered a staggering 200 percent increase for silicone-based rear-end implants between 2013 and 2014.
Glasberg’s data also found that the Brazilian, a less invasive operation designed to lift the derriere, jumped 15 percent to more than 11,000 procedures during the same time period.
The cause? Glasberg attributes it all to the Dash Effect – the popular new term for the impact that the Kardashians have had on plastic surgery and body modification.
Jones, 46, has been acting since she was 12 years old. She doesn’t show any signs of slowing down, and has a role in the upcoming movie, Dad’s Army, a movie adaptation of the British television series.
Zeta-Jones is best known for her roles in Entrapment (1999), Chicago (2002), and Ocean’s Twelve (2004). She won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Chicago as the beautiful Velma Kelly.
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