Renée Zellweger looks like herself again! The 49-year-old Bridget Jones actress hit the red carpet recently looking very recognizable, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from several of the nation’s leading plastic surgeons that she has likely gone under the knife to regain her appearance! Click through seven shocking photos showing Zellweger’s total re-transformation!
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However, Schaffner added, Zellweger's revamp "may have been done through the use of botox, injectable fillers, fat grafting and/or well performed eyelid surgery."
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“Renée may have had a face and neck lift to give her this new look," said Rowe, who hasn't treated Zellweger. "These procedures, especially the facelift, can dramatically change the appearance of a person. She has also had fillers injected into her cheeks and lips to fill them out and offset the droop, which is caused by the natural aging process."
Surprisingly, America’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Anthony Youn, who has not treated Zellweger, noted she may have actually opted out of having Botox
"The main difference I see is that her eyebrows have lifted again," said Youn, who has not treated the star. "I believe she's held off on Botox, causing her eyebrows to resume their normal movement. If too much Botox is injected into the forehead it can cause the forehead and brows to droop. She looks like Renée Zellweger again."
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