If ever there was a reason never to have plastic surgery, surely this is it. Forget looking ten years younger, Rupert (who denies hes had anything done) looks like a completely different person. One whos had a shed load of surgery.
I just dont get it. Without any plastic surgery, you simply send out the message you are the age you are. When youve had this much work done, the image youre projecting of yourself is far, far more complicated, perplexing and unflattering than that.
On a physical note, there comes a point with surgery where you can cease to look human and cross the line in to freakish territory. Once that happens, you lose all your attractiveness and sex appeal because other humans just arent programmed to respond to exaggeratedly inauthentic features.
Whats perhaps most interesting about this whole thing is that Rupert isnt some average-looking bloke whos tried to improve himself. Mr Everett is was? an extremely beautiful man. Which proves to me that being beautiful often just isnt enough. You can be just as insecure about your looks if you have all those strong features and magical proportions in place, as if you havent.
All of which leads me to wonder if being beautiful is really any help in life at all.
Though I guess youd have to ask Susan Boyle for the answer to that