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Lindsay Lohan in ‘what has she done to her face’ shocker

Though it may seem the time for mocking Lindsay Lohan has passed, each new day brings a new opportunity to marvel at the damage that fame, drugs and generally ill-advised decisions can cause to an otherwise healthy, happy woman. In …

Thu, Jan 19, 2012, 11:30

   

Though it may seem the time for mocking Lindsay Lohan has passed, each new day brings a new opportunity to marvel at the damage that fame, drugs and generally ill-advised decisions can cause to an otherwise healthy, happy woman.

In any case, the Golden Globe after parties happened, and there Lindsay was, in some kind of floor-length sheath that actually wasn’t the worst thing ever seen by human eyes and does make her body look great – although the origins of said body are very much in question. Then there’s her face:

Can you think of anyone who’s had surgery that looks good? I mean anyone famous; let’s not be outing the neighbours on irishtimes.com. Let me know in the comments! (And no, Dita von Teese doesn’t count – everyone knows she found the one good surgeon in Hollywood.)

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