How much has she changed? Fans could not identify the 66-year-old star in the paparazzi photo

Enhancing one’s appearance with the help of plastic surgeries isn’t anything new. In fact, many people go under the knife when they are not satisfied with their looks, but the truth is that this phenomenon is most present in the world of celebrities, especially Hollywood. The reason why is that most of them need to look impeccable for the sake of landing roles and have their careers going.

One of the celebs which sought eternal youth and beauty but regretted the decision of turning to plastic surgeries is Melanie Griffith. This Hollywood diva, who’s the daughter of famed actress Tippi Hedren and the mother of Dakota Johnston, opened up about her life, her divorce, and the effect plastic surgeries had on her life and her career.

Back in 2017, in an exclusive interview with Porter magazine, Griffith revealed that she wasn’t aware how much her looks changed until people started talking about it.

“No, I didn’t [realize] until people started saying, ‘Oh my god, what has she done?!’ I was so hurt,” Griffith said. “I went to a different doctor, and he started dissolving all of this s**t that this other woman doctor had put in. Hopefully, I look more normal now.”

However, what affected her appearance weren’t the surgeries only. The actress also opened up of her addiction with alcohol and how that affected the lives of her three children.

“I was a totally functioning mom,” she said. “I wasn’t like a drunk-on-the-floor, out-of-it person, I didn’t do some things I probably should have done but, mostly, I was there for my kids. They had a sort of privileged gypsy life.”

Griffith sought professional help and checked into rehab three times throughout her life, in 1988, 2000, and then in 2009.

Recently, paparazzi photos of her appeared online and fans are ‘shocked’ with the way she looks.

But at the end of the day, what matters most is for a person to accept themselves and Griffith did just that.

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