She’s back touring in the UK for the first time since 1978, but fans were left wondering what has happened to the delicate facial features of Grease star Olivia Newton-John, who was almost unrecognisable during an interview with Jonathon Ross at the weekend. Although she doesn’t have any wrinkles and looks in great shape for sixty-four, Olivia’s cheeks looked bloated and her facial structure had been altered – suggesting that the singer has perhaps overdone it with anti-wrinkle treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers.
Although she has always rejected the idea of having facial surgery, Olivia would be hard-pushed to deny that her appearance has change significantly since her hey-day in the hit musical Grease thirty-five years ago. Viewers were quick to voice their opinions on social networking site Twitter, with some expressing dismay that the star had received far too many facial injections to get rid of wrinkles.
One poster commented that Olivia had used ‘Way too much Botox and a few too many surgical procedures!’, whilst another mentioned that she ‘looks ridiculous’. While Botox and dermal fillers can be very effective when used in moderation, they are only a temporary solution to aging skin and are best used in smaller quantities to get a natural-looking result, without making the patient look like they have obviously had some sort of surgery. This means using only a tiny amount of the toxin to smooth out the skin.