Poptastrophe: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Edition

Welcome to the 1st Weekly Edition of Poptastrophe. Our friends over at MamaPop are made of win, and they have their fair share of catastrophes over in the celebrity circus arena. Together we have decided to form :

The Poptastrophe Alliance.

This is good for you - you get the worst of celebrities, served to you on a platter, every Friday. I haven't seen a pairing this awesome since Donald Trump became the spokesperson for Double Stuffed Oreos. Oh you think I'm kidding? I told you I wasn't kidding. Now without further adieu, take it away Mamapop! meg-ryan-plastic-surgerySince 40 isn't allowed to exist in Hollywood, unless of course YOU'RE A MAN, many celebrity women seem willing to do whatever it takes to freeze time. Sadly, the only thing frozen are their faces. Of course they deny having anything done, instead crediting their appearance to "diet", "exercise", and, my favorite, "good makeup!". Yet, we have our suspicions... Let's start with Meg Ryan. Beautiful girl grew into beautiful woman and then...CLAYMATION. Why, Meg, why? The following celebs refuse to fess up. So, you be the judge. Good genes or good doctors? Continue Reading...
Posted by Karen Sugarpants on September 25, 2009 @ 6:00 am  

4 Responses to “Poptastrophe: Celebrity Plastic Surgery Edition”

  1. Lucy Says:

    So is the lid called a toupee in this case?

  2. Jade beads (112 comments.) Says:

    nice cookie jar, I wonder if you make like this with a custom head.

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  4. Katherine Says:

    I think the answer is neither good doctors nor good genes… I think it’s just… Bad doctors, monster effects faces.

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