Aging gracefully seems to be an art that few of us will ever master. That especially seems to be the case of some Latino celebs. Take a look at the before and after photos of some of the brightest stars in Latino showbiz and get ready to learn how NOT to deal with the mark of time on our face.
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September 25, WHEN Venezuelans sit down to watch their national beauty pageant on TV Wednesday night, they'll see a bevy of women who have been snipped, carved, and molded into what their handlers, often male, regard as the perfect woman. Venezuela is the beauty-queen capital of the world. Although its 21 million people make up just 0.
The Frida star admitted to praying for a more voluptuous bust, and her wish came true. Here's a hint: the giant results come in a pair. What do you think? The doctor also insists her bust isn't in proportion with her body. But the doctor also thinks she had a facelift, and a successful one at that: "Her facelift had good results. She looks refreshed, natural. It doesn't look fake. The artist has always been known as a music phenomenon, but these days he's known just as much for his drastic physical changes, including nose jobs, work done on his cheeks and lips and the gradual lightening of his skin, which his reps attribute to a medical condition. She debuted her post-lipo bod at an event last February. She definitely looks better these days than she did two years ago, though.
While she branded him a communist she claimed he humiliated her in front of other passengers by calling her a 'pig'. Scroll down to hear Alonso talk about it. The actress, who represented her native Venezuela in the Miss World Pageant and finished runner up, said she walked up to Penn to say she was 'appalled' by his support for Chavez. The pair had starred together in the film 'Colors' about gang violence in Los Angeles and Alonso said she had written an open letter to the actor to express her anger at his support for the Chavez regime.