Still, I have to admit that it's nice to see an unretouched photo and one that shows that Supermodels, while being super, are still just women who age like the rest of us.
I actually wish that she would address what she's doing to her face. There have been several photos of her with that puffy-just-got-a-lot-of-filler look that is so disturbing and unnatural. Every time I start to get tired of my aging face in the mirror and begin to think about doing something to combat the lines and wrinkles I'll come across a picture of a celebrity with "filler face" and that calms me right down. I don't want to be wrinkly but I don't want that stretched-skin-Joker-from-Batman-mouth look either.
Yes, I'm talking to you, Leeza Gibbons.
She was SO amazing all season on Celebrity Apprentice! She was inspiring, effective, kind, and funny! She was so passionate about her charity and her final project and presentation were fabulous. Yet I couldn't get over her face - so tight and puffy and shiny that it looked painful.
It's hard to be an aging woman in today's world. It must be extra hard to be a woman aging on TV. I know the pressure; I feel the pressure. But I found it hard to concentrate on the great work that Leeza and her charity are doing when the words are coming out of a near-Joker-mouth.
It's too bad we can't all be like Frances McDormand. Granted we don't all have her genes, but I like her attitude. It's what I shoot for every time I look in the mirror.