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Poor Wayne Rooney is now getting stick for having Botox?

bullitnut

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The press really do seem to be giving poor Wayne Rooney some stick...he is now getting reported about because he has apperently had some botox....wow big deal if he has, but to be honest i reckon hes just frowning.
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One article from the many
Football star Wayne Rooney has splashed out on Botox treatment after signing a new £300,000-a-week contract, it has been claimed.
Plastic surgeons speculated that the Manchester United striker, 28, who has previously had cosmetic surgery to replace his thinning hair, underwent treatment which has prompted a striking change in his appearance.
Mr Rooney has appeared in recent television interview with a remarkably smooth forehead, while only a few months ago he had a much more wrinkled brow.


Leading surgeons have claimed that the dramatic change in Mr Rooney's appearance between the images in October and his appearance now is 'consistent' with using the controversial treatment.
However, a spokesman for Mr Rooney strongly denied the claims.


If the claims turn out to be true, Mr Rooney would join male celebrities including music mogul Simon Cowell and Celebrity Big Brother winner Rylan Clark in championing the skin-smoothing product

Taimur Shoaib, of La Belle Forme clinic in Glasgow, told one Sunday paper: 'He's got a nice youthful, smooth appearance.



His forehead looks very good. The changes we see would be consistent with someone having Botox.'
Meanwhile James McDiarmid, from the McDiarmid Hall Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Cheltenham, Glocuestershire, said: 'In my opinion he has had Botox to his frontalis muscles.'
Mr Rooney's first cosmetic procedure - the hair transplant, was carried out in 2011. Days after having the operation he tweeted to confirm the £30,000 operation.

He said: 'Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25, why not? I'm delighted with the result.'

The father-of-two had a follicular transfer in which hairs are moved from donor areas €“ usually at the back of the head €“ and then replanted in bald areas.
He had previously written about his hair loss in his autobiography. He admitted staring at himself in the mirror and thinking: 'Bloody hell, you're going bald and you're only a young lad.'
Mr Rooney's publicists today strongly refuted the Botox claims, telling the papers they are 'total rubbish.'


 
janna

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£300,000 a week paycheck?? I couldn't read past the figure. That's an obscene amount of money per week for playing football!!!!
 
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I see nothing wrong with that.more cosmetic improvements..and he sure can afford it.(botox injections are not expensive anyway).
 
Bigmac

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No one should be payed that much, however he is a little young to be needing Botox.