Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Broadway Babes

The Tony awards were held in New York this past Sunday and all of Broadway's stars were up for review. Now it's our turn to review the stage beauties.

Ellen Barkin:

I recently saw Ellen Barkin interviewed by Piers Morgan. She discussed her role in the broadway show 'The Normal Heart', for which she won best actress in a featured role at the Tony awards this weekend. Piers highlighted Ellen's sex-symbol status and flirtatiously complimented her well-maintained looks.

Ellen appears to have used some fillers, such as Restylane, as well as fat and collagen injections to plump up some areas like her lips and soften some lines on her face.

The 57 year old, who is dating the 26 year old son of famed moviemaker Barry Levinson, has clearly still got it.

Edie Falco:

In that same episode of the Piers Morgan show, Edie Falco was interviewed about her Broadway Role in 'House of Blue Leaves'. While she has been an outspoken member of the anti-plastic surgery camp in the past, I find her to appear with noticeably fewer wrinkles in photos taken at the Tony awards this weekend. It is likely that she has also has some injectables to smooth out the fine lines.

The 47 year old single mother has overcome cancer as well as battled alcohol addiction. I think anyone would need a little cosmetic pick me up after all of that and I think she looks great.

Alexa Rae Joel:

Supermodel mother? Check. Music megastar father? Check. Alexa Rae Joel has acknowledged that keeping up with such successful parents has been difficult for her.

In 2010 she admitted to having rhinoplasty surgery and in an interview with 20/20 in July of that year she said this has helped her confidence, which in turn has helped her in "moving out of the shadows" of her parents. A singer like her father, Alexa Rae is relatively low key when it comes to public appearances, but when she showed up to support her mother at the Tony's this past weekend I thought she was simply stunning.

1 comment:

  1. I agree about Edie Falco. I just finished a slide show on plastic surgery at the Tony Awards. http://bit.ly/joVrpE I think I'll add your comment, which expands on what I observed.