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Katie Holmes Does NOT Want Eye And Brow Lift, Despite Report

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Katie Holmes Eye Brow Lift

By Holly Nicol |

Katie Holmes Eye Brow Lift

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Katie Holmes does not want an eye-and-brow lift for her “droopy lids,” despite a bogus tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct this claim, which wrongly alleges the actress is “set on getting the surgery” early next year. We’re told it’s “false.”

According to OK!, 39-year-old Holmes “hates” how “droopy” her lids have become. In the publication’s article, which features a doctored image of the star with suspiciously heavy eyelids, a so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “[Her eyes] make her look sad and tired, and she’s convinced an eye-and-brow lift will shave 10 years off.” The magazine’s dubious “insider” continues to claim that even though Holmes is a “natural beauty,” there’s “a lot she still wants to do in her career, and she’s afraid of getting passed over.”

What’s more, the publication goes on to ridiculously assert that part of Holmes’ reasoning for wanting plastic surgery is to impress her “boyfriend” Jamie Foxx. “Women throw themselves at him all the time, so she feels pressure to look amazing,” further purports the tabloid’s seemingly non-existent “source,” before adding that the star’s “friends are telling her she doesn’t need it, but she’s set on getting the surgery done in the new year.”

Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on this wholly manufactured report. A rep for the actress tells us the story about Holmes wanting an eye-and-brow lift for her “droopy lids” is completely “false.” Equally absurd is the claim about the star feeling “pressure” to look good for Foxx. Unbeknownst to the publication, Holmes has repeatedly said over the years that she refuses to go under the knife, expressing her desire to “age gracefully.” The magazine’s article, complete with a manipulated photo of Holmes, is entirely fabricated.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Gossip Cop has corrected the often discredited tabloid for publishing an untrue report about the actress, so we’re hardly surprised by OK!’s most recent concoction. For example, we busted the outlet in November when it wrongly claimed Holmes was expecting a baby with Foxx. As Gossip Cop has noted, the magazine isn’t the most reliable source for real news about the star, and its latest piece of fiction proves our point.


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