Bette Midler's plastic surgery allegedly includes a facelift, Botox injections, and facial fillers. Check out the before and after transformation of this talented actress/author.
We used to feel both astounded and curious as Bette Midler defied her age for so long. Most were in awe over her largely smooth facial appearance. This sadly appears to have changed in recent years as her face looks more and more unnatural.
Now, as we observe her looks critically and take into consideration how celebs tend to alter their physique, it's not too far-fetched to imagine some form of cosmetic enhancements must have been involved.
It's fair to say, behind the current look there are indeed a few plastic surgery procedures at play. Previously, whenever the singer posed with her daughter, the duo appeared to carry almost similar skin, which many found hard to believe.
Her flawless appearance was often remarkable, and while we understand the natural process of aging, there's something more peculiar about how she looks today. Bette Midler could have easily visited a plastic surgeon to regain her youthful appearance.
Speaking in an interview several years ago, she insisted she has never had plastic surgery, but refused to rule out the possibility that she might intend to do so in the future. So, this begs the question - has she or has she not?
Did Bette Midler Have Plastic Surgery?
Bette Midler before and after plastic surgery.
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A few well-placed doses of Botox medication will perform magic on any middle-aged lady's face. However, when a mature actor goes too far and gets an enormous amount of work done for her own benefit, the consequences are not great for anybody.
In the case of poor cosmetic surgery, the horrible outcome is pretty demoralizing to the observer as well.
In Bette Midler's case, her plastic surgery wasn't the worst, but it wasn't the best either. It seems that, in some way, she erased her trademark appearance from her face and altered it with a Botox surgery mask.
Bette's distinctive look along with her long face, high cheekbones, and a stubby smile, has, unfortunately, ceased to exist! Today, she looks like every other woman with an insane amount of Botox injections in her own face.
Her skin is obviously just too stiff, and the muscles of her face appear frozen. It's quite obvious that they were constructed with a facelift, in addition to several injections of Botox treatment to make them look younger.
Her face isn't just chubby, but 'puffy,' and her skin isn't just assertive, it's way too rigid!
She's also evidently had a few facial filler injections in her face, which is making her cheekbones appear odd. They stand out in an unusual spot and look eager to split her skin.
This rather sad outcome handed her bizarre searching cheekbones, instead of reviving the plump, high cheekbones that she naturally had in her more youthful days.
Unfortunately for Bette, she would better leave the plastic surgery procedures and hope it doesn't get any worse. In fact, we'd recommend her not to touch the Botox care again if she wants to get rid of the shiny, plastic-like, refrigerated Botox medication she's been using.
To conclude, our experts at Weight & Skin reckon Bette Midler has definitely undergone plastic surgery, most notably a facelift, Botox injections, and facial fillers.
The last few years could have easily been the "future" that Bette claimed (which we mentioned earlier). This seems even more apparent as you witness her before and after pictures, where her artificial enhancements are visible despite heavy makeup and a good skincare routine.
Bette Midler Shares Her Excitement for 'Hocus Pocus 2'
Viewers are not the only ones to be enthusiastic about Hocus Pocus 2, because star Bette Midler recently told Good Morning America she's very much thrilled to get the evil sorcerers' friendship back together.
Referencing her witches co-stars, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, Midler said:
They sent the script and we're really excited about it -- we're up for it. Although I must say, I mean, the years have flown by and I am 75 and I do believe I can fly.
During Disney's Investor Day announcement, the new project was officially confirmed following years of speculation.
The much-awaited sequel to the famous 1993 film Hocus Pocus was officially slated to take place in Disney+, with the three Sanderson sisters—Winnie (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy)—returning.
This announcement arrived soon after the cast assembled for a charity event, where all three of them took on their respective character's persona last October for a virtual Halloween fundraiser to support the New York renovation effort.
Reuniting with her Hocus Pocus cast members is not the only reunion she's having as Midler is also expected to reconnect with her The First Wives Club co-stars - Diane Keaton (Annie Paradis) and Goldie Hawn (Elise Elliot) - for a brand new family comedy called Family Jewels.
That's something that's been in the works for a couple of years. It is a reunion of sorts and it's a comedy.
Midler, Keaton, and Hawn played starring roles in the 1996 movie about three divorcees seeking vengeance on their former husbands who abandoned them for younger females.
Besides her movie projects, Midler recently published a new children's novel, entitled The Tale of the Mandarin Duck: A Modern Fable.
The story is heavily influenced by the real event of a duck that emerged out of nowhere in New York City's Central Park in 2018 and captured the hearts of people, tourists, and the press.
Nobody knew whether he was a pet, no one knew whether he was a fugitive, no one no one knew where he came from and he excited all this curiosity.
It was actually kind of wonderful because it pulled the city together. I was just transported by him mostly because of the way his face looked, he had a little glint in his eyes and he looks so incredibly curious.
Bette called her latest writing "a love letter to New York" as well as a plea for readers to be their genuinely unique selves, urging them not to jump on the bandwagon of becoming homogenous.