Friday, August 24th, 2012
Nope! No Botox here! Rumors of plastic surgery have surrounded Arnold Schwarzenegger for years, although none of them have been confirmed. Arnold recently commented about it in an interview for USA Today:
Schwarzenegger is definitely not looking tired in the face. Despite the lack of facial lines, the star insisted he’s never had “Botox. Or any surgery.”
“So this is the real thing,” he added, pointing to his face.
It could be because the action star admits to having “a funny bone” that not only keeps him looking young , but also allows him to give his one-liners so convincingly.
Actually, I see quite a few lines on his face! He does look like he has aged quite a bit, especially after the stress of the scandal involving his former maid. Did you know that Arnold is now 65 years old?
photo credit: prphotos.com
Friday, May 27th, 2011
Mildred was so proud of the work,” a friend of hers tells Star. “She showed off [her breasts] to all of us.”
Not only did Mildred get a breast augmentation and later a reduction on Arnold’s dime, he paid for her daughter Jackie to go to Columbia and get her own set of fake breasts.
“Arnold told her, ‘Get bigger boobs, and you can be in the movies,’” the source adds.
Uggh. That’s all I have to say.
To read my plastic surgery tell-all, In Stitches, with scenes guaranteed to make you say “Uggh,” click here.
Wednesday, October 1st, 2008
California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has vetoed the so-called Donda West Law (named after Kanye West’s late mother who died shortly after having plastic surgery), passed by legislators several months ago. It would have required all patients to undergo a physical exam and get a doctor’s clearance before plastic surgery. According to the L.A. Times,
In vetoing the measure, Schwarzenegger said this summer’s historic, 85-day delay in passage of a state budget left him with time to enact only the highest-priority legislation for California.”This bill does not meet that standard, and I cannot sign it at this time,” states the veto message, which he applied to dozens of others Sunday.
There are lots of young, healthy people who undergo plastic surgery who don’t need an actual preoperative clearance. I usually clear any patients who have pre-existing medical problems or are over 40 years old. Also, I always use a fully accredited surgical facility with a board-certified anesthesiologist.
Nice implants on that woman next to Arnold, by the way…
For more on the Donda West law, click here.
Thanks for reading.
Anthony Youn, M.D.