It's been a few years since Michelle Pfeiffer has been in the spotlight, but she's back in the star studded cast of "New Year's Eve" due out in December.
The 53-year-old actress has always been gorgeous, but she reveals to Elle that plastic surgery doesn't bother her, as long as it's done right.
"I'm all for a little here and there -- fine. It doesn't matter to me if people have plastic surgery or they don't, or if they do Botox," she told the mag. "But when people don't look themselves anymore, that's when you go, 'Oooh,' and it's kind of sad. It's uncomfortable for us but if they're happy with what they see in the mirror, does it matter?"
That's a fair statement, but other actresses have recently spoke out against Hollywood's obsession with youth and plastic surgery.
Even stars as young as 21-year-old Emma Watson feel the pressure to look a certain way in Hollywood. She told the UK edition of Elle that Los Angeles scares her because of all the plastic surgery young people have there, adding that she wants to be the person feels great in her body and doesn't want to change a thing.
Likewise, actresses Kate Winslet, Rachel Wiesz and Emma Thompson took it a step further to form the British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League in August.
Winslet told reporters, "I will never give in. It [cosmetic surgery] goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty ... I am an actress, I don't want to freeze the expressions of my face."
For more, click over to Elle.
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