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Teri Hatcher 'May Do' Botox Again

teri hatcher botoxJust this week Teri Hatcher took pictures of herself fresh out of the shower, wrapped in a towel and free of makeup to let you all know that she does not have Botox. While admitting to using the popular cosmetic procedure in the past, Hatcher stated that ‘”Did I ever toy with fillers or Botox over the years? yes. Tell me does this look Botoxed to you? Yes I am alone in my bathroom naked in a towel on behalf of women everywhere trying to make a point. Women YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.”


Well, apparently she wants you to think she’s beautiful, but she still might get some Botox! In an interview with ET, she explained, “It’s not about Botox to me…I don’t have any judgement about doing Botox…I’ve done Botox, I may do it again — I don’t know. It’s not the point.”
Um, it’s not the point? You put pictures of yourself on Facebook proclaiming to everyone looking that you are Botox free and that ‘Women, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL’, and that’s not the point? I think that actually was the point that you were trying to make Teri. That you don’t need Botox to be beautiful.

She went on to say that “I wanted women in America, not in Hollywood, to know is that so much of the manipulation of going from the real Teri Hatcher to the Teri Hatcher that’s on an advertising poster or an endorsement — that a lot of that happens through lighting,”
I still don’t get it Teri. So women of America are supposed to be happy and think they’re beautiful without Botox, but women in Hollywood still might need an injection or 2? I was really happy when she stepped forward and put herself out there without makeup and without fillers for all the world to see, but now it seems she’s backpedalling. I understand that in her industry Botox is quite popular and many stars feel the pressure to look and act as young as possible. I just think that days after she reveals photos of herself ‘Botox free’ is not the time to proclaim that she might do Botox again. What do you think?

Source: USMagazine.com

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