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Hollywood's Botox Jabs Invites Harsh Criticism From Rachel Weisz

by Tanya Thomas on October 13, 2009 at 8:50 AM

Botox, the cosmetic miracle that makes aging actresses look younger, has again invited fierce criticism from Rachel Weisz.

"I think it's strange that an actress would give up the expression in her face," the Telegraph quoted her as saying.


The 'Mummy' star insists that in Europe, actresses are allowed to mature gracefully.

"Perhaps growing old in front of a camera in Europe is different to doing it in America. Here, there are actresses, such as Isabelle Huppert, who grow old marvelously," she added.

The Oscar winner, however, is keen to play down her earlier comments about banning Botox .

"I am not belligerent about these things. Everyone can do what they want," she added.

Source: ANI
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