Angelina Jolie Getting “Extreme Plastic Surgery Makeover” Before Wedding?
“Bride-to-be Angelina Jolie plans to undergo an extreme plastic surgery makeover before she weds Brad Pitt!” announces the National Enquirer. According to the tab’s “sources,” the actress “desperately wants a head-to-toe overhaul, and an expert estimates it could cost her a cool $45,000.”
“Angelina believes she looks old and she’s tired of it,” explains an “insider” for the Enquirer. What’s supposedly making Jolie upset? “She’s freaking out over the frown lines on her forehead, her jowls and a few pockets of fat that she’s spotted on her tummy, butt and thighs,” says the tab’s source. “But this isn’t really about weight. Angie’s main worry is that her body is starting to sag, which she absolutely hates.”
Starting to “sag”? That’s interesting, because the Enquirer claimed Jolie had “shriveled to 95 pounds” just a couple months ago. It’s almost as though the magazine just kind of prints whatever its “sources” say, no matter how contradictory or ridiculous.
In any case, the new story’s source insists Jolie “can’t live with the idea of walking down the aisle with wrinkles and lumps, so she’s determined to get all the treatments she needs before the big day.” (Quick reminder: The Enquirer falsely reported that Jolie and Pitt were getting married in a “secret wedding” in the Bahamas last spring. So we’re not sure which “big day” the magazine is taking about now.)
The magazine’s misguided insider says Jolie has “consulted cosmetic surgeons in Europe about various touch-ups and high-end laser treatments,” and is also supposedly looking into “liposuction” and Botox injections. Then the Enquirer trots out some random doctor who’s never treated the actress to put a hefty price tag on Jolie’s alleged surgical plans. “Angelina believes she can look as youthful as she did in her Lara Croft days for her wedding,” relays the mag’s source. “And she’s willing to spend whatever it takes to achieve that.”
And the Enquirer is willing to write whatever it takes to create the illusion of a scoop. There is NO TRUTH whatsoever to the “extreme plastic surgery” claim, which is not surprising, given the tabloid’s track record with Jolie. A source close to the situation tells Gossip Cop the report is “totally false.”