#ReneeZellweger: Did She Or Didn’t She

“You look different.” Most of us have heard that when we’ve dyed our hair, gotten a new makeup routine, or made any other slightly significant change to our appearance.  Most of the time people can’t put their finger on just what it is—if it’s done right.  Not the case with Reneé Zellweger.

Something IS different about the actress… but no one knows exactly what it is.  Here’s the side-by-side comparison from E! News.


Everyone is speculating, and Reneé told People magazine “I’m glad folks think I look different! I’m living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I’m thrilled that perhaps it shows,” she told People. “It seems the folks who come digging around for some nefarious truth which doesn’t exist won’t get off my porch until I answer that door.”

Here’s the thing.  If you change the color of your hair from dark brown to black some people may ask you about it, but the change is likely to go widely unnoticed.  If you go all Wiz Khalifa, you’ve definitely got some explaining to do.


Other celebrities have stepped forward, supporting the actress in her decision to keep mum.  Everyone does have a right to privacy and Reneé certainly isn’t obligated to spill the beans.  However, as a celebrity, you lose a certain amount of expected privacy—especially when you make a drastic change to your appearance.

If you step out essentially sporting a new face you shouldn’t be shocked when everyone wants to know what you’ve done.  Reneé is just the latest in a long list of celebrities that refuse to admit whether they’ve done something to change their appearance.  Clearly none of y’all woke up like that (not even you Bey) so, it’s kind of ridiculous to suggest that you did!  Whether its makeup, surgery, or some space-age skin treatment, celebrities have an arsenal of beauty tools at their disposal which help them stay flawless.

All I’m saying is Reneé, keep it real!  Do you think she should say what she had done, if anything?


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