Meg Ryan’s Wax Statue Revealed

July 24th, 2008 // 7 Comments

First Tyra Banks got herself a wax job, then Amy Winehouse‘s waxed sentimental about their troubled daughter and now Meg Ryan has her own synthetic likeness, whose face is forever frozen in that trademark smile of hers.

All right, maybe this is actually the real Meg Ryan at the Giffoni Film Festival accepting her François Truffaut award–or at least I have a feeling that lab technicians could extract some of her original DNA out of that Botox-riddled carcass she’s now toting around.

I know that’s harsh, but this is tough love. Put down the needles, woman! Give your face a break already! Focus on controlling that shine and then leave it at that.


First Tyra Banks got herself a wax job, then Amy Winehouse‘s waxed sentimental about their troubled daughter and now Meg Ryan has her own synthetic likeness, whose face is forever frozen in that trademark smile of hers.

All right, maybe this is actually the real Meg Ryan at the Giffoni Film Festival accepting her François Truffaut
award–or at least I have a feeling that lab technicians could extract
some of her original DNA out of that Botox-riddled carcass she’s now
toting around.

I know that’s harsh, but this is tough love. Put down the needles,
woman! Give your face a break already! Focus on controlling that shine
and then leave it at that.

By Lisa Timmons
asl

  1. devil

    Meg’s trouble is that she’s never had any real acting talent to carry her into old age. She has to try to hang on to her youthful looks, which is all she ever had. Unfortunately, everyone ages. Meg’s not aging so well, sadly.

  2. sissy

    After she has become a mother ,i think she is not like a star now. so i prefer to look her profile on a dating site called (MillMatch). because her picture there are much more beautiful and sexy compared with now.

  3. Rebecca

    She’s 47. She looks okay to me. Perhaps she should use a little less botox. The shine is from not wearing any facial powder though.

  4. Zekers

    I agree Rebecca, she looks like she has sun damage, but other than that, she looks like an older Meg.
    Devil, I disagree with you though, I’ve always enjoyed Meg’s films. “Courage Under Fire” and “When a Man Loves a Woman” (I think) showcased her acting range quite well. Her more recent films weren’t so great, I will admit, but she’s one of my favorites…more for her sense of comedic timing though.

  5. T-Bone

    That first photo is just a bad shot, bad angle. The rest of them look a little more like her. I do agree though — women her age are going too far with the lip injections, botox and whatever else they’re putting in their faces. They all look like characatures of themselves. I mean sure, color the hair, get great facials, use facial creams, eat right, and exercise, but cosmetic procedures often seem to make women look older, so what’s the point? Audrey Hepburn once gave the best beauty advice ever. I wish more women believed in it. Here it is…
    Audrey Hepburn gives beauty advice.

    Beauty Tips: by Audrey Hepburn:

    For attractive lips speak words of kindness.

    For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.

    For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry.

    For beautiful hair, let a child run their fingers through it once a day.

    For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone.

    People, even more than things have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out anyone.

    Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you will find one at the end of each of your arms.

    As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands; one for helping yourself, and the other for helping others.

  6. kk

    First: these stupid windows that pop up for soapnet are really, really annoying.
    Second: why do woman think if they put that junk in their faces it will make them look younger or better. It looks horrible!

  7. Angelina

    KK. Use a pop-up blocker and you won’t have that problem.

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