FOR decades, Dolly Parton has enchanted her millions of fans with over-the-top outfits, outrageous hair and massive makeup, but the superstar's dangerous use of Botox is jeopardizing not only her beautiful face but her life!
After numerous cosmetic operations, the beloved entertainer's melted mug is now frightening audiences — and worrying doctors.
Botox is a bacterium that paralyzes facial muscles responsible for creating those nasty frown lines and crow's feet, but faulty use can also be potentially life-threatening!
Dolly's self-humor about her plastic surgeries is legendary. She famously quipped, "Thanks to Botox and fillers, as well as the work that I've already had, my face pretty much maintains itself. I don't want to look too artificial."
But Dr. Back says Botox is no laughing matter!
"There's a fine line with Botox," he explains. "Artistically, if the right note is hit, that person will look relaxed; but when the wrong note is hit, things can look bizarre, and she is an example of that."
He also believes she's had work done around her eyes, giving her a strange appearance that makes her look like a haunting ghost!
Even more dangerous is Dolly's recent health scare when her DD-cup breast implants exploded, leaking silicone into her body. "Dolly's in agony, but she's worried if she has them reduced, her fans will revolt," a spy blabs.
"They're her biggest assets — no pun intended — and they're as important to her stage and public persona as her thrilling voice!"
In 1992, Dolly went under the knife after one of her implants blew up, but she adamantly refused to remove them. Agonizing back pain she's experienced in recent years has been attributed to her busty figure, and doctors told her they would have to reduce her boobs by about 50 percent to reduce pain. Unfortunately, she's sticking close to her gals!
"I'm proud of my breasts," jokes Dolly. "We've made each other rich and famous." Nine years ago, she was forced to scrap a 13-date tour because of back pain. She's also had liposuction, hip and thigh reductions, a chemical peel, cheek implants and collagen injections.
Now 71 and very much still in demand, Dolly is trying to strike the right balance between giving fans what they want while staying healthy.
But deep down, Dolly knows what matters most is what's on the inside, not the outside.
"There ain't much real about me but my heart," declares the country diva. "No matter who or what you are, you should be proud of who you are."
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