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Monday, January 18, 2010

Cher at the Golden Globes


It's been a while since I've seen Cher on TV, so when she initially appeared on stage last night at the Golden Globes I thought, "Oh, she looks the same as usual." Then she spoke. Her face doesn't move! Is that the price for looking the same as she did ten years ago? An immobile face?

Maybe she should lay off the neurotoxin for a while.

Photo credit: x17online.com

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7 comments:

InALittleMinute said...

I agree.. its nice to see "life" in a person when they speak.. leave a little room for expression please!

DARIAN ZAM said...

It's like Madonna. I saw that TV interview with her a few months ago where she was defending Britney Spears in the aftermath of the big meltdown. The only thing on Madonna's face that moved were her eyelashes. I laughed out loud, but then I am kind of a sick puppy.

Anonymous said...

And her hands are purple.

Anonymous said...

I think she is starting to look like the Octomom.

siber6 said...

That is not Cher, that's Marilyn Manson

Susannah said...

I hate botox! Actresses and Actors who use it inhibit their abilities. Cate Blanchett failed miserably at looking torn with indecision and lust for the ring as Galadriel in the Lord of the Rings. It seems that actors/actresses must now resort to widely opening their eyes in order to portray intense emotional drama.

very sad.

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I saw that TV interview with her a few months ago where she was defending Britney Spears in the aftermath of the big meltdown. The only thing on Madonna's face that moved were her eyelashes.