Courteney Cox gets her hands laser treated for age, ‘I’ll wear gloves in summer’


Courteney Cox appeared in an interview to air on the Ellen Degeneres show today. (Video is here.) A lot of outlets are focusing on how Courtney called her ex, David Arquette, her “best friend in the world” and said that she appreciates him “now more than I ever did.” It was a nice reminder that not all Hollywood divorces are acrimonious. I just found myself sad for Courteney and David that they weren’t able to make it work.

The thing that struck me about the interview was how plastic Courteney looked. It’s true, there’s no way to skate around it. I don’t watch “Cougar Town” and I haven’t seen Courteney in motion in some time. On Ellen only Courteney’s lower lip moved, I swear. She also revealed that she recently had laser treatment on her hands to make them look younger. They were peeling from the treatment I guess and she was self conscious about it. She said the result should be worth it.

Courtney: “It’s called a dual fraxel. I always think my hands look old anyway. Now they literally look like a 95 year-old…. [afterwards] you look like a 21 year-old.”

Ellen: “Your hands and your elbows age faster than any part of your body. I don’t know why. But elbows and hands are horrible, aren’t they?”

Courtney: “Yeah, it’s a giveaway. Elbows, hands and necks… Those little fingerless gloves, I’m going to wear them in the summer.”

This just makes me wonder what she’s done to her face. Will it settle for her, or will she have to keep getting maintenance work? It sounds like she’s doing whatever it takes to look “younger,” but she’s just getting that homogeneous look that makes her real age impossible to tell. I want to have a little something done, I’ll admit it, but I’m so scared I’ll end up looking like a real housewife.

Courteney also said that she has a new condo closer to David’s house in order to co-parent with him. She has two dogs, a 9 and 10 year-old named Hopper and Harley who are both Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. She told a weird story about how she had to buy a square of doggy grass to put on the balcony of her new place, and how she had to personally pee on it in order to get the dogs to go there. Ellen schooled Courteney that when the new doggy grass comes she can just pee in a jar inside and pour it on. The things people do for their pets.

Courteney is shown on 10-27 at a Playstation Event and on 12-21 filming scenes for Cougar Town. Credit: WENN.com and Gaz Shirley, PacificCoastNews.com

 

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  1. Helen says:

    Rough. Such a shame about that once-pretty face. :\

  2. Sapphire says:

    I cannot believe what she’s done to her face! As a young woman, her skin always seened stretched very tightly. Now, the fillers are so obvious.

  3. Mrs. Ari Gold says:

    I wish she and Arquette would get back together. I wonder if they would? I wonder if she regrets divorcing him? Regardless, it is so nice to see a friendly and loving separation.

  4. RN says:

    I’m in my late forties and I’m rapidly losing respect for women who keep injecting/lasering and lifting. It’s hard to be around such fearful people. And that really is the root of why they spend so much money on procedures that fool no one – they’re terrified inside. It’s as if they want to erase who they are and replace it with a smooth, expressionless mask.

    I’ll take a confident, strong woman with wrinkles and sags over these bland, quivering creatures any day. Fake faces, fake boobs, fake lives.

    • Jess says:

      If I had to be seen by millions of people every week on television, and other people’s jobs and livelihoods somewhat depended on my maintained hotness, I might resort to some nipping and tucking and injecting. It’s a different world. I wish women could age gracefully in Hollywood, but they almost always fall to the pressure.

    • Annie says:

      I would totally get some work done as long as I don’t put foreign objects and substances in my body. There’s nothing wrong with certain cosmetic surgery procedures and not all women who do it have a Michael Jackson syndrome where they hate themselves or are empty people. Calling them sad people is a super harsh judgement because we all feel self-conscious about a body flaw. We’re human. If someone has the means and will to fix it, I see no problem at all. And in hollywood she has no choice.
      I wouldn’t get a facelift, fillers, lip injections or implants, personally, or a lypo. But I would totally get a tummy tuck and vajay rejuvenation. Science has gone so far that I would totally take advantage of certain methods as long as it’s only a couple of things, tops, and it’s a safe procedure performed by a qualified surgeon.

      Plastic surgery can be very addicting. So like with everything else people need to be safe and have limits, but not all cosmetic surgery is bad or should be demonized.

      • RN says:

        I’m not demonizing plastic surgery. In fact, I used to manage a PS unit for people who suffered burns, etc. What I wrote is that I’m losing respect for serial abusers of (unnecessary, IMO) plastic surgery. And yes, I do link it to a lack of confidence in themselves. I feel that it sends a clear-cut message that they are not comfortable with the aging process. Lasering the hands? Really? Where will Ms. Cox draw the line? You even wrote that it’s addicting. So who will set the limits for her?

        When you look at a woman such as Madonna, for instance, what impressions do you draw from her appearance? Do you think that she would be a relaxed, down-to-earth person with whom to spend time? Or do you think her diet/exercise/physical appearance regimen would dominate her daily schedule? Does she REALLY have to do all of that stuff?

        I swear, if Janis Joplin were alive today, she wouldn’t even be able to get a foot into the door.

      • sweetshell says:

        I wonder if there will be something called plastic surgery anonymous meetings.

      • Mac says:

        I rather doubt that this is the appearance that Courteney was trying to achieve or that was promised to her.

        Michael Jackson’s self mutilation was a result of mental illness and necessitated wearing a prosthetic nose in his final years.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        I understand that they’ve got horrible amounts of pressure and scrutiny (intellectually), but they’re going to judged either way and the jobs are going to dry out after age 40, right? I can’t tell them what to do, but does anyone but the other members of their league compliment the scalpel addicts? Even here, it seems unanimous that death mask faces are helping them professionally and that former fans are turning away because their skill is severely compromised and the the Leatherface look is troubling to the viewer’s eye. I don’t have to bear the fallout from millions of people witnessing ‘the ravages of age’ on my face and body, but unfortunately she’s in a profession wherein having control over one’s own body and image is largely a moot point and is broadcasting (literally and figuratively) that lack of control. So many actresses ‘of a certain age’ are complicit and self-esteem outside of their little bubble gets decimated. Well, I didn’t sign up for that, but here we are.

        Really, with so many ladies in Hollywood who make their faces a fiasco for applause, their listed profession should be ‘fairground attraction’. I feel a bit sorry for them, that is, until I mostly don’t again.

      • victoria says:

        @sweetshell — i don’t know how anonymous they’ll be, haha

    • inthekitchen says:

      I completely agree. My first thought was wondering when women (mostly) will stop doing this to themselves and accept the aging process. Yes, I know that Hollywood has stupid standards for women and they feel pressured to do crazy stuff to themselves, but at some point don’t you stand up for yourself and say, enough!

      She looks horrible and unattractive, IMO. And, clearly has had a ton of botox and fillers.

      I think they all must live in such weird worlds where either everyone looks like them or everyone just tells them how great they look, even when they have duck lips or crazy-tight foreheads.

      I also think that many of those women would do well to put on some weight – would probably make their faces and hand look a lot better.

      RN, I also totally agree with you about what kind of person Madonna (or Courtney, etc) would be to hang out with. I think they are all OCD and it manifests in different ways – obsessive exercise, excessive facial/body treatments. I can’t imagine that any of them are relaxed. Sad.

      • Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

        I’d rather hang out with Honey Boo boos mom rather than spend time with either CC or Madonna.

      • ZenB!tch says:

        I live in LA and there are fewer than you would think – unless they really don’t leave Beverly Hills. My suburb borders BH.

        Seeing women who look like this in real life is very jarring, even here. They as SCARY looking. I really feel like sneaking in an iPicture and posting on my FB page.

        It’s not just Hollywood, it’s starting in DC now. Have you seen Congresswoman Pelosi lately? She looks like she could be Courteney’s mom. They look alike and yes you can still tell she is old enough to be Courteney’s mom.

        And, no I am not against plastic surgery or cosmetic procedures. I’m just against too many of them. Especially the lip things, Courteney never had full lips and now she does? They look odd.

    • RobN says:

      I’m in my late 40′s, too, and it’s amazing how many regular, non-celebrity, women spend their lives planning their next procedure. I think most of it is insecurity; many are second wives of men who left their first wives for a younger version and they are deathly afraid of suffering the same fate. They can’t fathom that I don’t even dye my hair. They constantly ask what my husband thinks about that and wouldn’t he like it if I looked younger. That kind of insecurity must be very hard to live with.

  5. spinner says:

    Courtney has always been very animated. It is strange to see her frozen like this, even though she still looks like herself.

    • stinky says:

      nahh…. she’s been lookin ‘off’ for a long time. i really HAVE been watching. her eyes have been weird for a long time, and now this…. :( to me it looks like the fat filling thing they do. regardless, its bad. she could & should do better w/ all the money she has. thats what always baffles me. it IS possible to nip & tuck w/o this telltale puffed-up-ness. its BAD.

  6. SmokeyBlues says:

    WOW. Maybe I have not been paying attention, but all of the sudden she looks like one of those cautionary tales of bad plastic surgery. Puffin and pullin all that skin just looks awful in the end!

  7. mln76 says:

    She talks like she is so emotionally evolved but obviously the girl has issues.

  8. MooHoo says:

    Courtney may have gone too far with what she does. I saw an episode of cougar town a few months ago and i was shocked at how frozen she looked. Strange when re-runs of Friends are showing on another channel at the same time. On photos the look might seem younger, but on television, it does seem odd.
    That said, i think it is okay to have some little jobs done on a “non-Hollywood” level. you don’t have to end up looking like joan rivers.
    A doctor here in Europe told me that at a recent conference in the states he discovered that Americans have 20 times more botox/fillers admitted in one sittings than Europeans do.

  9. lucy2 says:

    Seeing her face looking so plastic is very sad – she was a beautiful woman, and probably would have aged beautiful and naturally too. It’s a shame she felt she had to do all that.
    I do think it’s great she and David are in such a good place and focus on being good parents, even though their marriage didn’t work out. It’s a shame more people aren’t like that when it comes to divorcing and raising kids.

  10. Tiffany says:

    She is such a pretty woman, why oh why is she messing with her face.

  11. AmyR says:

    She is starting to look like Janice Dickinson. Two once-pretty women who ruined their faces with their fear of aging. Shame.

  12. cat says:

    I remember reading an interview with her some years back and she said David A. did not want her to ‘toy’ with her face, ever. She said, in the interview, “that’ll just have to be our (first?) little secret” or something like that. I wonder if that has something to do with it. I am sure (obviously) there is intense pressure in Hollywood – sort of darned if you do, darned if you don’t – but if women don’t start standing up to look like what 40+, 50+ look like… a) it makes it harder for the rest of us and b) well, I don’t know… they look unnatural…

  13. La Calabaza says:

    WOW! Her once beautiful face is almost unrecognizable. So sad!

  14. tracking says:

    She’s always seemed like a sensible woman in many ways, but it is shocking to see what she’s done with her face. Even back in the Friends days, I remember thinking she always expressed anxiety about aging in her interviews (I remember her stressing about the thin skin under her eyes and saying ‘aging isn’t for sissies’ ca. 15 years ago). Clearly she does have serious issues with it. And it’s a shame. Most women would have been grateful for her beauty at any age. But not now.

  15. Jayna says:

    Oh, dear God, two of those photos (in the red jacket) show she recently or sometime had fillers put in her face. Yuck. The lip is too much. It makes her mouth look really wide. Her face looks better and younger in the shots (silver blouse) where her face is thinner.

  16. KellyinSeattle says:

    Hand laser treatments, fine….anything to the face, I’ll pass. Courtney had an easy, natural beauty going, but now she looks frozen.

  17. Kim says:

    I wonder if her BFF Aniston was mentioned on Ellen.

  18. Sweet Dee says:

    Aww poor Courteney. I think her problems inside just show on her face :( the dog pee story was kind of funny though.

  19. lisa2 says:

    She has some serious issues. I recall an interview she did once with David and she got all pissy with him because he said that he would never have plastic surgery, and she was not nice saying something about him being younger then her.

    Yes women age in necks and hands. She is one of those women obsessed with aging, and it is a sad thing.

  20. JM says:

    She looks SO bad!!! There is no way she looks better now than if she just let herself age naturally.

  21. Diana says:

    She used to be so stunning. Now her face it’s so pulled to the sides her face looks Joker-ish.

  22. tabasco says:

    i wouldnt do anything that involves cutting or injecting. but i totally *would*/will laser/microdermabrasion/peel it up.

    i think courteney’s always had sort of delicate-looking skin/features – the kind that would NOT respond well to surgery. she’s lookin’ weird for sure. she’s even giving me a little janice dickinson in the last pic.

  23. Gia says:

    Hands down one of the worst faces in Hollywood. And who the f-ck watches Cougar Town??!!??

  24. palermo says:

    In Hollywood they start early with all of this. The sad part is at first they look ok but eventually they all enter Joan River’s territory. Nobody can hold back age forever, it comes to us all. It’s not just the look of age spots on your hands. I’m 58 and all of a sudden this year the fat is disappearing on my hands, so the veins and tendons are more visible, the joints also look larger. If you think you’re going to look 20 forever it’s best to go on and die now, cause that’s the only way it’s going to happen.

  25. Quinn says:

    She really HAS morphed herself into Janice Dickinson’s slightly younger sister…not good, not good at all.

  26. Kim says:

    It’s called sunscreen, try it!

  27. Jaded says:

    It makes me sad to see these celebrities turing themselves into plastic. It’s actually kind of liberating to stop trying so desperately to turn back the clock. I stopped colouring my hair and now like the grey streaks. I work out to stay healthy, not to have gristle arms, a six-pack and not an ounce of fat on my body (believe me, a few extra pounds actually works in your favour when you get to a certain age).

    I want to feel proud of my age and what I’ve accomplished, not hide it away like I should be ashamed of it.

  28. Violet says:

    Couteney has completely destroyed her looks. And the irony is that she now looks older than her age.

    She’s also setting a terrible example for her impressionable young daughter.

    It’s far better to use sunscreen and not smoke. Plus skinny older women just have to gain 10 pounds to look a decade younger.

  29. magda says:

    Her overly dyed /balck harsh hair color (and the length combined) do not flatter. A warmer or even varied brown is better- she has the money but it looks like boxed haircolor dyed over old color- not just regrowth. WTF?

  30. Memphis says:

    She reminds me of Meryl Streep in the movie “Death Becomes Her” … chasing youth at any cost, sleeping sitting up in bed to avoid wrinkles with patches all over to hold the face in place… I imagine a lot of women in Hollywood are like that. LOL

  31. carol says:

    growing old is not an option. growing up, however, IS an option

  32. Snowpea says:

    She looks like Priscilla Presley.

  33. Paloma says:

    I wish she would do something with her hair. A nice trim to the shoulders, and get rid of that part down the middle.

    • myrealitie says:

      I watched the video; I find it so disturbing that she is so hyper focused on cosmetic procedures that she couldn’t help but wonder if Ellen had been using an eyelash procedure because her eyes looked very blue. Wow! She talks about elaborate and rather radical cosmetic procedures as if they are akin to getting one’s nails done.

  34. Incredulous says:

    She looks like she wants to be Demi Moore’s stunt double.

  35. Chelsea's handler says:

    The obsession with cosmetic surgery and looking younger is a symptom of sex addiction. IMO.

  36. Lulu says:

    Oh, how sad! No wonder she hasn’t been photographed lately, she went and had a major overhaul done! It makes her look old and hard. Her skin was always so luminous. I wonder if she is wearing some heavy duty pancake makeup to hide scars and bruising right now?

  37. unna says:

    why cant american celebritys age gracefully? i dont get it. i understand, a little bit work her or there, a little bit juvaderm ok, but this? the older they get, the more you see it. even jennifer anistons great work is slowly showing the older she gets. she never had cheekbones like today, thanks to juvaderm ;-)

  38. trudiebell says:

    I have never looked at someone and said to myself “damn those are some old-ass looking elbows.” Infact, I can’t remember that last time I noticed anyone’s elbows.

  39. MG says:

    Every time a “Cougar Town” commercial comes on I shake my head. She looks horrible. Her cheeks! They are so full and big it makes are eyes look tiny and sunken in. Why? Why do women do this?!?!

  40. Jennifer12 says:

    She was SO pretty once; this desperate attempt to stay young is ruining her face. Aging sucks, but fighting it is like fighting the tide.

  41. megs says:

    I wish women would wait until they were older before they start the anti aging cosmetic procedures. Courtney started fairly early (late 20′s early 30′s)in my opinion and I think this is what happens. I know everyone ages differently, but the average women should not be worrying about her face aging in her late twenties. She should have waited until her late 30′s and she wouldn’t be getting monster face.

  42. gistine says:

    Y’all, there’s some conspiracy foruns that say cc has been replaced. Now, I usually don’t buy into that stuff but I looked and compared old vs. New pictures and it’s spooky. Her eyes, her nose has gotten longer, chin too. The two things that REALLY creeped me out was the complete difference ib her voice and the theory that the REAL cc died mid to early 90′s from complications from anorexia! You bever know…google cc clone and judge for yourself.

  43. gistine says:

    Y’all, there’s some conspiracy foruns that say cc has been replaced. Now, I usually don’t buy into that stuff but I looked and compared old vs. New pictures and it’s spooky. Her eyes, her nose has gotten longer, chin too. The two things that REALLY creeped me out was the complete difference in her voice and the theory that the REAL cc died mid to early 90′s from complications from anorexia! You bever know…google cc clone and judge for yourself.

  44. twinks says:

    she’s 2 years from looking like Janice Dickenson

  45. Joanna says:

    Okay, so everybody is saying she’s had too much work done. but for the longest time, before cameron diaz started doing stuff to look younger, everybody was saying how old she looked and really nasty comments about her looking her age. but yet, we’re gonna harp on how courtney’s had TOO much work done? just another example of how women can’t win when it comes to aging, esp in hollywood. either you look too old or you’ve had too much work done. make up your mind, people.

  46. PL says:

    Geez, judgmental much? I’m guessing that none of you people are that age, or you may feel a lot differently. “Trying to erase who she is”? Lol, hardly. When you get to that age, it’s about trying to look the way you’ve always looked. If you don’t feel old and don’t want to be treated like you’re old (yes, you are treated very, very differently), you want your face and body to look like they always have. Plastic surgery can help with that, though it isn’t a magic fix. It’s not about being “sad” or refusing to “age gracefully” or any of the other nonsense from these comments.

    And watch how much you throw out those snap judgements. In 20 years you’ll look in the mirror and wonder what you can do to get rid of new lines and sags to get your face back. Only then you’ll have talked down about “those people” for 20 years so you’ll feel like crap when you go to the doctor’s office to find out what you can have done. Have fun!

    • MG says:

      Can speak for others but I’m not anti plastic surgery. I’m just anti BAD plastic surgery, which CC has had. Some stars look great a little tweaked…and some do not!

    • Mac says:

      Plastic surgery seems to be either hit or miss in terms of the overall quality of results.

      Ellen is almost 55, has had a substantial amount of work done but looks great. She still looks like Ellen only 20 years younger.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      You can’t look the same way forever and all of these overboard ladies–besides being living proof of that fact–are living outside of reality if they think they can conquer a biological imperative. We should all be so lucky if the worst thing people said about us is that we’re naturally beautiful and should to honour that beauty.

      At any rate, she’s now being consumed by the flames that her industry fed so insecurity catches everyone in the end. Huge pressure or not, she’s the one who decided to plasticize her face to spite a wrinkle. It’s moments like this when our complicity is revealed in full relief and we remember how utterly stupid all of this ‘Oh, I’ll just kill myself if they don’t like my hair today’ mentality truly is, even if nothing is going to be done about it.

      It’s nice to hear it but no one is obligated to tell anyone at any age that they’re beautiful all day long, so what are you going to do if they don’t? Throw yourself out of window? At some point you have to get a grasp on some inner resolve because no one leaves this world younger than when they entered it.

      We’re all aging, are we going to die over it because we refuse to live with it?

  47. Jen34 says:

    Holy crap! That is not CC.

    I am her age, so I really feel for her. However, instead of looking younger, she looks scary older.

    Besides, the ovaries shut down; the hormones dry up. No matter how badly you want to be 30, it’s not gonna happen.

  48. jay says:

    Cougar Town is an awful show. I saw a part of on episode once for whatever reason. And it’s quite amusing to see Courtney try to act through her facial immobility.

  49. Bobby sue says:

    I noticed she started during Dirt. Her costar (romantic interest) was quite a bit younger than her and there were rumors at the time that she strayed with him (beginning of problems with David). I was bummed then (though kind of understood). Now she looks like she’s going down the Jocelyn path. So sad.

  50. Grace says:

    Well….let’s see….when i was 35 I looked great and said I would “NEVER” have plastic surgery. Now, hmmm….I STILL run, bike, swim, work, play tennis, ski, entertain my friends, but I am 54 years old! So, I have an active life. But….getting jowls, turkey neck! gobble gobble…..NEVER thought I would want PS, so I agree with “PL”. You never really know what you’ll do until you get “there”. It’s not easy being an older woman in the world, especially the work world. Just trying to look our best. But I do agree, poor CC is looking might frozen these days!

    • ZenB!tch says:

      I’m ten years younger than you are but I NEED to get my neck done – just not yet. I gained a ton of weight and now that I am slowly loosing it the triple chin is a double chin with a whattle. I’m afraid of what it will look like when I only have one chin.

      The rest of my face is fine. I can pass for 35 as long as I wear a scarf. LOL.

      I am pretty sure that the fact that I ignored my neck in my 20s and 30s when I was obsessing and putting all this cream and serum and what not on my eyes has something to do with it too. My face/eyes are 35 because of all that stuff and SPF but my neck is 45 because I ignored it.

      Still I don’t want fillers. I don’t want to look like a Real Housewife.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      I don’t think anyone here is decrying cosmetic procedures as a tool of the Devil constructed to exploit the weak and vain, it’s that the ‘getting there’ is one thing but the other kind of ‘getting there’–the kind that takes you into the great auto shop overhaul–what does that kind of ‘getting there’ mean?

      Ellen was a good example of tasteful changes, (I wish Portia would follow suit, she’s so pretty, but…whatever), Sigourney Weaver is in her sixties and looks superb and I think Susan Sarandon is a million times more beautiful now than she was in, say, her Rocky Horror days. Judi Dench was warmly regal at the Skyfall premiere and no one was just saying it to be nice. She and Helen Mirren both have some extra skin under the chin taken and no way can you say that the lady in that Escada looks anything but lovely. They’ve all had subtle work done and look good.

      I just looked up the dates and Cox is a year older than Viola Davis. Granted, Viola Davis blessed with a luminous complexion but come on. Lisa Kudrow is older than Courtney Cox and I’m struck by elegant she looks.

      Everything in moderation.

  51. Pandy says:

    I use a minimal amount of botox on my my forehead – which still has some movement. Rest of face is untouched. I’m 51 in 2 weeks. Last January I had a breast lift/augmentation and last Thursday, had a tummy tuck. First time I’ve never had belly rolls and can see my belly button. I’m thrilled. I look my age but I look rested and not as wrinkly as my 51 yo friends who haven’t had it. So I’m all for getting procedures. That said, she doesn’t look like herself around the eyes anymore. I don’t want to do the filler thing – that’s when you really change how you look. I love the way I look in clothes again – I don’t hang and have that matronly look I was getting. I really resented that. I’m not trying to turn back the clock but I’m happy to pass for 41 instead of 51. I don’t lie about my age either so it’s great to get compliments on how I look. I just confessed to best friends two weeks ago that I’ve been botoxing for last 2 years. You can do it and not have it be obvious.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      A healthy and intelligent attitude. And though I haven’t seen you, I’m pretty sure that you look far better for the choices you made than you would have were you going for training bra age. The qualms about over-modification don’t just apply to age-related procedures, either. You don’t necessarily have to be a discarded dessicated corn husk that’s been hollowed out and done up in asbestos to know that Heidi Montag lost her mind with the surgery. Pregnancy did wonders for Megan Fox’s face but we didn’t have make with Bay and LaBoeuf (ew, ugh, my pleura) to recognise that weird conglomeration of spare parts that made up her face then was, um, odd. There was Jonah Hex (I think) premiere and Diane Lane looked waaaay better. I mean, she good from the word ‘go’ but standing near Megan Fox just highlighted the ‘Damn, girl’.

      It just gives me the same feeling as I have with Paltrow when she talks about her diets, which is to say that it’s really time to unclench.

  52. d says:

    So beautiful before she started messing with her face. To me, it looks like she’s gone overboard. Am not against some kind of work done though. If I had the money, I’d get rid of the 11 between my brows so I don’t look like I’m scowling all the time, and I’d like to get rid of the jowels that are starting to show. But more than anything, I’d just like really clear skin, no surgery.

  53. Luxe says:

    She was so pretty in Ace Ventura, the Scream movies, and the years of Friends before she and Chandler got married. That’s when she started having noticeable changes to her face. Really, Courtney!

    A part of me understands wanting to freeze the aging process. I’m not even 30 yet and I found a gray hair. Made me wanna run to CVS for some dye. But these women just go overboard with the plastics. Their eyes get more slanted and cat-like. Their faces become chipmunk-like…I just don’t see how they can’t see the difference.

    And another thing I don’t understand. Most of the most renowned actresses are 40+. A role meant for Helen Mirren is not going to Jennifer Lawrence. Why don’t they understand that? Helen is gorgeous and it’s a shame so many in Hollywood do this to their faces.

  54. Moi says:

    It pains me to watch her. I’ve seen the tbs commercials for “Cougar Town/Ville?” and it really bothers me the extremes that she has gone to retain her youth. I’ve stated before that I’m all for PS in moderation, but yowza.

  55. India says:

    What kind of laser treatment gets rid of age spots?

  56. truthful says:

    her face looks to be full of botox

    almost a paunchy, Madonna look..

    a lil Joan Riverish kind of puffy.

  57. Stacia says:

    STIFF, PLASTIC, FROZEN, WAXY, STONEY, SHINEY, PULLED PORK, PUFFY FACE. She used to have beautiful features, but she’s heading towards Joan Rivers territory.

  58. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    That top picture…she kind of looks like Chelsea Handler.