Jeff Bezos & Lauren Sanchez make their red carpet couple debut in Mumbai, India

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Almost one year ago exactly, Jeff Bezos’ affair with Lauren Sanchez was outed by the National Enquirer in what was one of the most curious media-money-political scandals of the year. I won’t relitigate all of that, suffice to say that Bezos quickly divorced his wife of 25 years and he’s madly in love with his mistress-turned-jumpoff-turned-girlfriend Lauren Sanchez. They’ve been seen all over the world in the past year, vacationing in Europe and sitting in the Royal Box at the All-England Club for the men’s final at Wimbledon.

We kept waiting for them to make their red carpet couple debut, thinking that they would perhaps attend the Vanity Fair Oscar party, or maybe one of the glitzy awards shows together. But it didn’t happen last year, and it finally happened this week – they attended a big launch event for Amazon Prime in Mumbai, India. Bezos is apparently really trying to ingratiate himself to India, the Indian people and Indian businesses. He wore a suit made by an Indian designer, as did Lauren. I mean… imagine being the richest man in the world and falling deeply and profoundly in love with a woman who has messed with her face so badly, she looks like a cartoon Joker. She’s got a bangin’ body though.

As for the business side of this appearance, Buzzfeed had a great rundown on Bezos’ moves. He promises to invest $1 billion in the Indian economy and help local Indian businesses export their goods on a global scale through Amazon. Indian businesses are not buying it, and they’re convinced that their brick-and-mortar businesses will suffer because of Amazon’s deep discounts. They’re right to be worried.

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  1. Lurker says:

    Yikes. But I low key respect the man, he could have any woman and he chose ktla’s lauren Sanchez. Her face tho 😬

    • Ninab says:

      Ktlas Lauren Sanchez 😂

    • Laura says:

      How can you respect someone that hoards their wealth?

      • Joanna says:

        @Laura, he also donates to charity. It’s not anyone’s place to dictate how to spend someone else’s money

      • Beach Dreams says:

        It’s not just the fact that he hoards his wealth; it how he continues to get his wealth through the awful treatment of the people who work for Amazon. You only get to that level of wealth through exploiting others after all.

      • Miumiiiu says:

        Shen saying she low key respects him because his Woman is not a ten, if I understand her right. Shes also not 22 and has had a career. So the poster respects him for not being another man who dates a very young pretty woman after he gets rich. Not necessarily respects him for anything else

      • EM says:

        He does have a lot of philanthropic donations. Can he do more, absolutely. Can he improve work conditions, without a doubt. BUT what drives me insane about everyone that criticizes Bezos is that they spend more energy on him because it’s easy. How about Zuckerberg – no donations that we hear of and even shadier practices when it comes to FB influence. Peter Thiel, not a lot heard about him. How about the Walmart family – hoard + political influence + horrible working conditions.

      • Veronica S. says:

        LOL, while you’re defending the right of the ultra wealthy to spend their money ~as they please~, just remember that most of them are billionaires at the expense of regular taxpayers. Every single person working for these megacorps like Amazon or Walmart who rely on food stamps or Medicaid or government housing is money taken from OUR tax dollars so we can subsidize their ability to buy million dollar homes and hoard wealth. And if you think they’re making it up in taxes, think again, because last year was the first time in history the working classes paid a higher percentage of their income to taxes than the wealthy did thank to the new tax law changes.

        Since people have no problem saying we should control the lives of people dependent on social safety net programs (how dare they have children!! how dare they buy non-essential goods!!), I have absolutely no problem telling the ultra rich living high off my tax contributions to shove it. The older I get, the more I think the French were onto something with the guillotine.

      • Joanna says:

        @veronica, what do you think would happen if Amazon wasn’t in some cities? I lived in Jacksonville FL where there are a couple of Amazon warehouses. My co-workers’ 18 year old got a job there, paying $15 an hour. In Jacksonville, they pay closer to the Florida minimum wage of 8 something an hour. I worked as a shift manager at McDonald’s for a couple years for 10 bucks an hour. AS SHIFT MANAGER. I applied at a couple of McDonald’s in Jacksonville. They straight up told me they couldn’t do $10 an hour FOR A SHIFT MANAGER. What do you think crew were getting? You guys might think Amazon pay is shitty but trust me, it’s a lot more than many jobs. I got on a car dealership instead and MANY times took credit applications for people making less than $10 an hour. Please tell me where y’all live that $15 an hour is shitty pay. I work right now at a bank in Destin area for 17.50. Other than bank managers, I make the highest hourly pay. You guys are not living in reality if you think that jobs would pay more if Amazon was not there. When I applied at that McDonald’s in Jacksonville and they couldn’t give me 10 an hour, that was BEFORE Amazon opened there. You guys need a reality check. Or you guys let me know where there’s no Amazon and great paying jobs. PLEASE. So I can move there

      • Joanna says:

        Sorry if I seem like I’m jumping on you but you are coming from a place of privilege to talk the way that you’re talking. I’ve lived in places where we were glad to get Walmart or Amazon because it provided jobs. No, they are not great paying but there are people who would not have a job without them. The alternatives are lower paying than Amazon or Walmart. That’s my experience anyway.

      • SamC says:

        EM I’m no Zuckerberg apologist however his philanthropy is pretty common knowledge and takes a quick google search to find it. He’s done far more than Bezos. Even Amazon Smile, if you read the nitty gritty details of how much the nonprofits actually receive from the purchases, is not a big financial windfall or going to keep any of the organizations afloat.

      • wanton says:

        I’m replying to Veronica S., who laid down the TRUTH about the inequality of who pays for propping up this country.

      • Jumpingthesnark says:

        Well, he lost a big chunk of his wealth in the divorce settlement to his ex-wife ( she deserved every penny IMO). And Lauren might be planning on separating him from at least some more of his wealth! So there’s that! Seriously though, I see your point. There is a lot he could do for the world with that kind of money, and he doesn’t. And he could start out be treating his own workers better.

      • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

        Joanna- where I live, $15 an hour is right at the poverty line. Even if that’s not the case where you are, Veronica is right- as a country, we cannot afford to shop at these places. Whatever illusory ‘savings’ we individually get are cancelled out by the fact that these businesses are structured to financially *not* support their workers, diverting valuable public funds to sustain their employees while the owners profit off of all of us. They are cannibalizing our country. Keep it up, Waltons, Bezos, et al- you’re the best argument for socialism imaginable.

      • Veronica S says:

        Yeah, I’m sure you’re thrilled to have those jobs. Imagine how much better they would be if they paid decent wages and didn’t expect the American taxpayer to pick up the tab, while intentionally lobbying against social safety nets (via higher taxes) that would legitimately improve quality of life for the impoverished.

        Don’t kid yourself – this level of exploitation is by design. They want you to feel thankful for that paltry $15/hr they gave you because when the bar is set so low. I grew up working class. I *was* working class until I went back to school. I know intimately what it feels like to work two jobs and sixty hours a week and still stare at a medical bill and not know how I’ll work around paying it – and thank God I didn’t have children. So you can bet my now firmly middle class privileged ass continues to view these people as the scum they are, every second I pay tax dollars that keeps their pockets full rather than helping people in need, while they wreck the planet and economic system I have to live in for the next God knows how many decades.

        Psst – $15 an hour rounds out to $31,000 a year. Take a good look at any major urban area, even moderate in size, and look at the average rent. Do the math for what the leaves people afterwards. Then think about how many major financial event (medical, accident, job loss) can be a very quick trip to poverty.

    • Belinda says:

      I wonder if he turns off the lights when they f—k each other. I don’t know why women like her get surgery that makes them look worse. She’s not that old, she was pretty w/her normal face…it’s bizarre. It never makes them look better, it actually makes them look worse.

      • Ivy Rose says:

        Jesus, that’s crass. Are we really going to sink this low on Celebitchy? It’s one thing to call out bad plastic surgery, another thing entirely to talk about him shutting off the lights during sex. That’s incel kind of talk. This website’s subtitle is “escapism can be smart”, but it doesn’t have to be cruel. Unless, of course, you’re his ex-wife. Then fire away.

    • Beatles says:

      It’s shocking she’s made herself look like a trout, this was a beautiful woman to start with. Our society is so messed up.

  2. Veronica S. says:

    I feel vaguely guilty judging by looks, but like…that is all choice what she did to her face. All I see is plastic from face to tits. When I look at pictures of Bezos’s ex-wife, I’m just baffled.

    Anybody seeing what Amazon has done to American markets and workers would be very, very stupid to get into bed with Bezos.

    • morningjacket says:

      Yep. My husband and I are Seattle (Queen Anne represent!) natives and we got run out of Seattle due to skyrocketing cost-of-living about four years ago. First we got pushed out of our South Lake Union home by the Amazon campus, whose growth manufactured a rent increase of 200%, and then we got pushed out of our next home for the same reasons. When we go back home to visit, we are stunned by the continued growth of the Amazon take over of Seattle. I shouldn’t get started. I’ll get ragey.

    • minx says:

      She just looks extremely low-rent to me.

    • Audrey says:

      I don’t like to judge peoples’ natural looks. But she CHOSE to look like that. That you can judge.

    • Lady2Lazy says:

      I absolutely abhor Bezos/Amazon. When he first started it was an excellent platform for small business owners. But what truly angers me to the point of seeing red is his recent attack on these small businesses that he has taken advantage of, with his own product line. Bezos tracks the best selling products of these small businesses and creates an identical duplicate under his house brand and manipulates the algorithm in the search engine to bring his house line to be featured as opposed to the better made original product. Bezos is stealing from these original manufacturers/inventors to enrich his wealth. And since he has the data, he can steal the inventions and he doesn’t care about the small inventors that gave him the platform to create his wealth from Amazon. Only a conniving, evil and unscrupulous person would do this. I have no respect for him whatsoever!! And his ex-wife immediately donated an enormous portion of her settlement. MacKenzie is one classy lady and she didn’t even receive half of the wealth of Amazon, even though she co-founded the company.

      • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

        Yes, the business world is out of control. It’s no longer about earning a profit and being competitive, it’s about getting *all* the money. Good-bye free market, hello modern feudalism.

  3. Ravensdaughter says:

    I appreciate the deference to Indian designers, but the combination together is migraine inducing.
    Yes, her face is messed up, but her body is indeed bangin’. This is straight up infatuation for Bezos, at least for now.
    I hate the guy-I live in Seattle and he exerts his iron will over our city-but I almost feel sorry for him in this case.

    • Ravensdaughter says:

      Interesting that Lauren’s dress showed so much skin if the designer was Indian…

      • Minal says:

        There are reliefs of naked women adorning the walls of so many historic places of worship in India (that are still used as such today). So, seems to me that Indians are comfortable with female nudity at some level.

      • Nimisha says:

        This was at a Bollywood event, and our movies are very comfortable with a lot of skin so :)

    • bucketbot says:

      Quite a lot of Indian designers make clothes according to western tastes now-a-days, and this has been happening since atleast the 90′s, because of globalisation and media influences, and modern Indians want options for similar clothes. India is not all what you think anymore. There is still a majority of the population that prefers to dress conservatively, mostly due to custom but some out of choice, but in the right (similar minded) company and occasion you can do as you please. But it is still advised to not wear short shorts/dresses while on the streets.

      • Miumiiiu says:

        Bucketbot that’s interesting as I’ve noticed that in North America Indian, Bangladesh, Sri Lankan and Pakistani woman seem to dress traditionally more than any other countries’ immigrants. However it seems that showing some midriff in evening wear is not considered risque in their fashion

  4. RoyalBlue says:

    Why did she do that to herself. It must be some sort of compulsion of wealthy women to combat the anxiety that comes with aging.

  5. carmen says:

    Whenever I see her I am reminded of Donald Trump Jr’s new girlfriend, Kimberly?

    • LadyLaw says:

      Me too! They must have the same surgeon.

      Although I do wonder did they just hand the doctor a picture of a melting mannequin and say “here…fuck all my shit up”

      • Anne says:

        This made me laugh.

      • waitwhat says:

        Me too, Anne…well done there, LadyLaw!

      • Layla Beans says:

        OMG “did they just hand the doctor a picture of a melting mannequin and say “here…fuck all my shit up” – I am dead.

      • Belinda says:


      • carmen says:

        lol – and to add insult to injury, they paid serious $$ to be disfigured.

      • Soupie says:

        I’m in a doctor’s waiting room and still could not help but cackle way out loud. I needed that!😂

      • BabyYoda says:

        Plastic surgery is a chemical & process addiction. The opiates plus obsession endorphins fueled by fantasy = vicious cycle. I’ve met women ruined But it, living in poverty. It’s the already wealthy elites we see w a safety net- addicted and blowing through bottomless funding. We don’t -see- this is like meth, alcohol or any addiction that destroys.

      • Mariettaj81 says:

        This comment killed me!!! I go to a doctors office for my b12 & b6 shots and it happens to house a plastic surgeon. The surgeon and her nurse both look like Bezos’ gf. I always wonder how women pay to look like that. Just so strange!

    • Gen says:

      K.G. Is another ugly one.

  6. Madi says:

    I just don’t understand this choice. She may be a lovely person, but she looks like a complete bimbo. I am also not sure about the “killer figure.” Sure, fake boobs and all, but I saw some pap shots of them this summer, and I hate to say it, but her figure looks a little dumpy. :/

    • grumpyterrier says:

      Yeah, I noticed that in pap shots as well. She’s got some short legs with cankles. I’ve got cankles myself so it’s one of the first places I look when seeing a leg. Meghan’s got some amazing ankles.

      • Miumiiiu says:

        But Megan has a thick middle. Apple type body. Everyone has their beauty and their flaws.
        Comments like those about her legs and ankles are probably the reason she has had so many surgeries.

      • Meg says:

        I think she has muscular legs because both she and him work out a lot clearly in an effort to reverse aging. They are the walking embodiment of midlife crisis

      • I find Megan’s ankles to be so skinny that they draw my eye immediately down to her feet in pictures. They don’t look natural to me . I obviously know they are but still look weird imo

      • lisa says:

        Miumiiiu: are you blaming Lauren’s cosmetic procedures on anonymous gossip comments? Wow, I had no idea I had such control over this woman’s choices.

        No. Her unfortunate choices are her own.

      • tcbc says:

        I think Miumiiu has a point. After all, this whole mean-spirited thread is about the natural build of her body, not her cosmetic procedures.

      • Summergirl says:

        Yeah her legs are short, but those aren’t cankles. She has a rounded calf and a distinct (not thick) ankle. Side note: when I was growing up, my mom’s term for cankles was “piano legs.”

    • Normades says:

      Yea, fake boobs but she does not have a banging body whatsoever

  7. vertes says:

    Sanchez’s revealing attire is disrespectful of Indian culture. Bad choice, imho.

    • Lolamd says:

      That is what I saw initially with this picture, the disrespect of the culture. And topped off with bad plastic surgery.

      • Elizabeth says:

        The article says she is wearing an outfit by an Indian designer so maybe you should direct your cultural criticism at the, again, *Indian* designer. I am interested to know why you are the arbiter in why an Indian designer is supposedly disrespecting their own culture by designing a more revealing dress or an Indian designer is not allowed to ever design anything beyond conservative looks because that sounds like good old sexism to me. I’m tired of women not being allowed to wear anything revealing without attracting low key slut shaming.

        With that said, I personally think the dress is beyond hideous.

      • anon says:

        Well. I don’t think it’s lowkey at all. It is what it is.

    • Nimisha says:

      Urmmm I don’t know which Indian culture you speak about. They were at an event for the Indian movie industry – Bollywood- and our movies are filled with skimpily clad women. In fact we have something called an “item number”, where there is a special song and dance sequence where top actors make special, skimpily-clad appearances.

      Appearing like this to a place of worship would be inappropriate, similar to how you need to cover your arms at the Duomo in Milan.

      • ME says:

        I was just about to say something similar. Have these people never seen a Bollywood movie lol? Lots of skin showing in “Indian outfits”. It’s the hypocritical part of our culture. We want our actresses half naked, not our mothers and sisters.

    • Miumiiiu says:

      It probably wouldn’t look as revealing on the average female body!

  8. BlueSky says:

    Sorry, not sorry, but she was definitely a downgrade.

  9. Ninab says:

    They are both walking physical manifestations of midlife crises. He needs to chill out on the hgh and testosterone and Botox and she needs to stop effing up her face. They’re messy on every level.

    • tealily says:

      That jacket, right?

    • Liz version 700 says:

      I saw this yesterday and yikes. They look frozen and plastic and their outfits clash as well as being fugly. My in-laws are from India and have so many gorgeous Indian pieces. Indian fabrics can look like art almost when the colors and patterns are done well. But these two….they decided on this? And her unmovable trout pout with his Roid body. Dear goodness yes it screams midlife crisis.

      • Lilly (with the double-L) says:

        Thanks @Ninab tealily and Liz version 700. I couldn’t pinpoint what felt weird, except that I thought: “They’ve really grown into deserving each other.” As usual, though, I wish them luck in their love story as I wish all in love.

  10. lucy2 says:

    …her face…
    Why do people do that to themselves?

    • tiredTreaded says:

      Some men see obvious plastic surgery as a sign of $$. So either the woman knows how to live the monied life, and or she has her own funding. My point is I’ve never met a man turned off by the eyes/lips/fillers/madame puppet look.

      • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

        Interesting! I’ve never met a man turned on by it- or who, in fact, didn’t want to immediately flee from such a woman. Do the men you’re thinking of provide for themselves/are they content with their own income?

  11. fatladysinging says:

    He’s really leaning into that Lex-Luthor, supervillain aesthetic.

  12. kerwood says:

    They both look so vulgar. All that money and they can’t afford a stylist. Or at least someone with SOME fashion sense.

    • Aitana says:

      Kerwood PERFECT DESCRIPTION, PERFECT WORD, “vulgar.” I looked @ that photo of them, Bezos with that tacky AF blazer, shiny bald head he shaves & that smarmy smile that says everything about him & Lauren looking like a blow-up doll & I wanted to barf! Seriously, could these two be any more tacky, gaudy & YES…VULGAR??!!

  13. Lala11_7 says:

    It’s ALL so tawdry…and cheap…..

    It’s small comfort….enough money to bring peace and harmony to ALL who are wanting on this planet…and they are STILL tacky AF….

    • Miumiiiu says:

      They do look like the ordered the clothes from a chinese seller on amazon,, those sellers that take a month to ship

      • Lala11_7 says:

        I will be WHOLLY honest…

        I’ve bought several items from those oversea sellers from Amazon…and I have to say…THOSE ITEMS LOOK BETTER THAN ANYTHING I’VE EVA SEEN BEZO OR HIS LADY FRIEND WEAR!

      • Berlin says:

        Way off topic but any mention of the Chinese sellers (that Bezos encourages and supports) that have taken over Amazon drives me into an hour-long rant. They have totally destroyed shopping for cute everyday tops and clothes on that site. Horrible quality/misspelled descriptions and fake bot-driven 5-star reviews. I just can’t. I’ll stop talking here.

      • tiredTreaded says:

        HI Berlin, yepperz, AMAZON = machine of trashing our planet w/ a huge carbon footprint combined w/ human rights’ abuse. These two can’t hide the evil within. SAY NO TO AMAZON.

  14. Suzieq359 says:

    I will comment on their looks and not feel guilty esp for Sanchez who obviously is concerned about looks, which is why she’s had so much work done. They make an unattractive couple. Very odd looking both of them yup, I said it.

    And what couple doesn’t try to match or at least not clash when they go out?

  15. girl_ninja says:

    Whew. That’s something.

  16. Lila says:

    Uhhhh…is he going to the same doc she’s going to? I’m distracted by their eyes.

  17. Aimee says:

    These two. They can have each other.

  18. anon says:

    Oh my gawd.

    Jeff Bezos has had *work* done on his face. His transformation from tech nerd to Wayne Newton is complete.

    Ugh. Gross.

  19. Tee says:

    Looks like Lex Luther took his blow up doll on a date.

  20. Over It says:

    Between them Bezos, Gates and Buffett have more wealth than the bottom 50% of the American population.

  21. adastraperaspera says:

    Lauren and her ex-husband, Patrick Whitesell, socialized with Bezos. It’s how they met.
    Whitesell is a CEO of Hollywood’s William Morris talent agency–his clients work on many of Amazon’s movies and television shows. Whitesell is very well-off himself, so she’s not necessarily in it for the money. I never thought their fling would last this long. Bezos is not a predictable guy.

  22. JT says:

    Some podcasters like Tom Woods and Steve Hsu have interesting thoughts about economics and the future. The truth is that we’re shifting to an increasingly complex world. People of the past had 10 kids who helped on a farm. 90% of the economy was related to agriculture whereas today only 10% of it is. People found jobs in other sectors however the next wave of jobs requires a complex skill set: AI, big data analysis, robotics, etc. Even my baseline Honda is a complex piece of machinery with adaptive cruise control and lane-assist —basically self driving. People need to train for years, plus possess the inherent mental brawn, to become a high level software expert or whatever livelihood the future world will require. Bezos had a good idea with Amazon and he executed it excellently: Amazon has significantly expanded their offerings beyond just being a marketplace and they’ve made most people’s lives more efficient. Rare and lengthy (dictated on my iPhone! Talk about complex tech.) post from a lurker but basically I highly recommend both Woods and Hsu. One worry I have as a woman is that most women are largely making untenable financial decisions as seen by women carrying 2/3 of the almost 1 trillion dollar student loan debt largely for degrees that the economy doesn’t really need as signaled by the relatively low earning power of majors that women voluntarily flock to en mass. My consolation is that career pivots can be facilitated by a wealth of self-learning options (Coursera, DataCamp, even YouTube) and wealth preserving DIY tutorials (repairs etc).

    • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

      You seem very business-minded, so I’m sure you’re familiar with the observation that everything is a trade-off. With that in mind, I wonder if you (or Tom Woods or Steve Hsu) have considered the long term, and what the results of these trade-offs will be for the coming generations? Where are our current trends likely to take us?

      My own opinion is that going forward, everyone who studies economics should also be required to study a great deal of history and sociology/anthropology, with an emphasis on ethics and human values. I see no other way out of this mess.

    • JT says:

      Yes exactly! That’s why the podcast is such great listening while traveling or doing chores. Woods earned a BA in History from Harvard and a PhD, also in History, from Columbia. Hsu just seems like a polymath, almost to the level of Von Neumann. He went to CalTech which is probably one of the few remaining bastions of meritocratic admissions. The Manifold podcast is run by himself and his equally brilliant and insightful colleague, Corey Washington.

      • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

        I’m pleasantly surprised and will check it out. Thank you. Tbh, I usually find business/economics presentations overly optimistic and lacking in morality (firing hundreds of people = ‘rightsizing’ the company).

  23. Jess says:

    They shouldn’t have cheated but it felt hella awkward reading their cheating texts to each other. In one text he called her “alive girl”…like his wife of 25 years wasn’t alive or energetic or enough after FOUR CHILDREN.

  24. UpAllNight says:

    Privately, Justin Trudeau is laughing and handing over his turban for “tackiest dressed Westerner on the Bollywood red carpet.” These two look like a mid life crisis threw up on their clothes!

  25. A Fan says:

    I find him to be so weird. Like, I can’t figure him out, weird.


  26. Bread and Circuses says:

    They look like lounge singers in Vegas!

    (I mean, I DO like his jacket, but they look like lounge singers.)

  27. Jesys says:

    I love this trend of being feminist until its time to punch down a woman over her plastic surgeries. She did it to her face with her money. If yall think she doesnt look good then be bitches and OWN IT. Dont be a feminist only when it pleases you. And dont come at me with “oh but the mega wealthy” bc i see you bending ypurselves backwards over meghan and angelina lmao

    • Justwastingtime says:

      I was at a church in Malibu and couldn’t focus on the mass.. because the woman next to us had such painful looking lips, crazy implant cheekbones and a tinman nose.

      It’s a sad disease like bulimia .. only it’s literally right in front of your face.. .

      I find I disturbing to look at. Is that anti feminism?

    • Jane'sWastedTalent says:

      Sigh. One more time for the people in the back: being a feminist does not mean that you never criticize other women, or their decisions. She made these decisions, we are criticizing them. Nothing going on here undermines feminism.

    • Lindy says:

      Yeah, so that’s not how feminism works. As a feminist, I’m going to fight hard to make sure women everywhere have the power and autonomy to make decisions about their bodies for themselves. But merely because you have two X chromosomes and make a decision about your body, does NOT mean you’re immune to cultural critique by feminists. For instance, the Duggar family women-I support their right to have a lot of babies, and will criticise the FUC& out of them for their horrible, misogynistic ideology.

      I support Sanchez’s right to blow her face up with fillers but will absolutely criticise the way she looks and the game she’s playing.

  28. Jumpingthesnark says:

    You know, after a few weeks of batsh!t insane royal gossip, this item is just kind of a palate cleanser. Very rich guy has affair, some shadiness with how they got together, gets divorced, starts appearing out in public with the new lady. Just old school gossip!

    • tiredTreaded says:

      Ha! How much $$ does it take FOR THEM BOTH to transform into “the diseased porn star look”?? Now I feel better feeling woke & broke in 2020

  29. Mylène Sauvageau says:

    She look like a fraud

  30. Biff says:

    I’m super late to this party, but I have a genuine question that some of you might know the answer to:
    When people have a lot of plastic surgery, their head appears to be larger. Why? I’m guessing it’s, for a lack of a better term, an optical illusion. But I’m trying to figure out what it is that creates said illusion. Is it the placement of the fillers that pushes the facial muscles out of place?