Meg Ryan shocked viewers at the Tony Awards with her startling new appearance. A girl has a new face. Though not particularly shocking. It’s like seeing a Motocross rider in a cast. It’s not that abstract. Meg Ryan’s been modifying her mug for many years since being the breakout romantic comedy 20-something in When Harry Met Sally. When asked about plastic surgery Ryan never misses the chance to not answer the question and instead respond with a knowing 50-something ode to agism and sexism:
There are more important conversations than how women look and how they are aging. We get stuck in these conversations about looks and hair color and our roots. It’s interesting and funny for five minutes, but it’s not that interesting.
You’re going on camera with witness protection level facial reconstructive surgery in front of millions of women and gay men. There’s going to be chatter. Own that shit. Carry around a bloody cheek chisel and call out women with wrinkles as not being Mellencamp cock worthy. Be content with the fact that you used to be super fuckable. Nobody gets to play high school football forever.
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