Have Tom cruise overdone with cosmetic treatments? One tabloid claims that Mission Impossible The star looks plumper from “Excess Botox and a Tiring Work Schedule.” This is what we know.
Tom Cruise’s face ‘A Shipwreck’ from ‘Botox Overkill’?
This week’s edition of Balloon Reports Tom Cruise looks a bit rounder around the edges thanks to too much work and too many cosmetic fillers. While filming a particularly brutal scene in which he parachuted from a helicopter, Cruise apparently surprised viewers with his swollen mug. “His eyes seem to be quite fatigued,” a plastic surgeon who has not treated Cruise tells the tabloid. “He looks older than I’ve ever seen, and he looks like he’s put on a lot of weight.”
Another plastic surgeon intervenes that Cruise’s face has a “more square appearance”, which makes him suspect that they have done work on the lower part of his face. “His eyebrows are also a bit lowered, indicating that he may have had Botox on his forehead as well.” The outlet notes that Cruise’s relentless work schedule has started to wear down on his looks. “It has a pillow face,” adds a third plastic surgeon. “His face looks plumper. Fillers often cause that, “finally remarks a fourth doctor.
Are doctors worried that Tom Cruise’s ‘nips / tucks have gone too far’?
This whole story is based on a single photo of Cruise wearing a helmet. From the looks of it, the helmet was pressing down on his cheeks a bit, giving his jaw the “boxy” look discussed. Also, even if Cruise looked very different, these doctors have not treated him. As much as the tabloid claims to have a magical insight into the star’s health and personal life, it falls short of making any meaningful observations by relentlessly insulting him.
Also, the tabloid never fully commits to a theory about what exactly is different in Cruise. Does the cruise never have a day off? Or are you taking the time between sessions to undergo a long list of cosmetic procedures? This story just doesn’t make sense. Obviously, the tabloid got some unflattering photos of Cruise and decided to run a full story on how he’s falling apart. We’re sure the actor is doing well, and this report was just a bunch of speculative nonsense. Apparently he sounded and seemed as enthusiastic as ever. in a recent surprise appearance, which makes any fear for their well-being seem silly.
The Plastic Surgery Tabloid
This is not the first time Balloon has disproportionate the cosmetic work of a celebrity. Not long ago, the magazine reported that Goldie Hawn had “ruined” her face with too much plastic surgery. Later, the outlet claimed that Julianne Hough had “totally overreached” plastic surgery. Then the supposedly “fish-faced” magazine Courteney Cox was unrecognizable after ruining his appearance. Clearly, the Balloon the issue of celebrity appearance cannot be trusted.