On her sex-symbol status and her daily insecurities:
‘I never understood that. I had no clue what anybody was talking about. And it suddenly hit me… there is no relevance to me whatsoever. It’s just outward projection. Sometimes I don’t think about [ageing] for long stretches. And then I’ll go through a few days where I feel particularly old, ugly, whatever. And then I’ll either get some sleep and it’s passed or I don’t care.’
On how she feels strongly that she won’t opt for plastic surgery:
‘At 47, I feel quite strongly that I wouldn’t do plastic surgery, but also, I know that I am a vain woman. Talk to me in ten years – they may have invented something which feels less invasive, and then it’s possible that the line will be easier to cross. I don’t want to say never. I don’t want to be hypocritical about it.’
… says the actress.
Despite Gillian’s words, the tabloids have been hinting for a while that the actress already opted for a wide range of plastic surgery procedures – here’s what Daily Mail’s ‘specialists’ think:
Throwback – Gillian in her younger years, rocking the redhead look:
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Bikini Body Inspiration (to follow up yesterday’s post featuring Sharon Stone and her 58 year-old bikini body on the beach): Elizabeth Hurley, aged 51 above, in a snap from Instagram, rocking a red hot two-piece.
Below: the same Elizabeth 15 years ago, aged 35, and looking pretty similar to how she looks these days.
Plus-size model Rosie Mercado who shed 240lbs said she was targeted by ‘fat activists’ who told her to kill herself after her dramatic weight loss.
The mother-of-three from Las Vegas said she does not ‘miss anything’ about being 410lbs but that she has received hate mail directed at her transformed body. The 36-year-old, who used to be a size 34 and is now a 12/14, was told to ‘jump off a bridge and kill myself’ by people who objected to her weight loss, she claimed in an interview with TMZ.
‘I got hate mail…Not so much from the other models, just fans that hated on me. They told me to go jump off a bridge and kill myself for losing weight. Fat activists, there you go. Yeah fat activists, they just hated the thought I was really public about my weight loss and I was losing weight,’ she said.
While Rosie, who now weighs 170lbs, ‘loves’ her slimmer physique and the ‘freedom’ it has given her, she said some people reacted negatively to it.
She said: ‘Because I guess everybody loves to be happy in their own weight. Some people love being overweight, some people don’t. I think it’s a personal choice and you’ve just got to take it, there’s good and bad that comes with any life choice and changes so you know what? You’ve just got to let it go and not pay attention to the negative remarks.’
Rosie said her critics did not like her being ‘authentic and open’ about the changes to her body and her subsequent tummy tuck and skin removal.
Despite losing almost half her former body weight she said she is still plus-size, adding: ‘I love it.’
I know in previous interviews I told everyone I wanted to wait to have my b~~~~ done until after I had kids, but I could be 50 by then. I’m in my prime right now. I’m gonna be 29 and I want to be as hot as I can! I call this my little mommy makeover. Being a mom, obviously your b~~~~ are destroyed by having kids, especially breast feeding. I breastfed Giovanna for a year. I want to look hot for my husband but I also want to feel great about myself and that was just an insecurity that I had.