Los Angeles, Aug 28. Older women who try to lose weight apparently have to choose between their face or bottom In an interesting comment on weight loss , the supermodel Rachel Hunter has criticized "Desperate Housewives" actress Terri Hatcher on her recent weight loss.
Hunter said that Hatcher's face looked older as a result of her dangerously slim body.
Hunter, who was once married to rocker Rod Stewart, went on to blast other older women for their obsession to be thin saying that this aged their faces prematurely.
"Catherine Deneuve once said that as a woman gets older, she has to choose between her face and her bottom. I would choose my face within two seconds. When women get too skinny, like Teri Hatcher, it shows on their faces and ages them," said Hunter.
Terri Hatcher is one of Hollywoods hottest actress and she first made a splash on TV as Lois Lane in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. She is known for deadpan delivery opf her dialogues and has recently been considered as one of the hottest Hollywood actress having a[ppeared on coves of many famous magazib\nes including Time and Newsweek.
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