I’m a Celebrity host Julia Morris has stunned fans after undergoing a dramatic transformation. The 53-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday night to show off her new look after receiving, what she deemed, “eye beef removal/brow lift”.
“So who knew I had eyes?” the comedian wrote, alongside a before and after shot. “The magnificent @drandrewgreensmith did. What a glow up for this 53yr old. Not spon but deep admiration for a brilliantly gifted Plastic Surgeon & a hellava [sic] wonderful man. Eye beef removal/brow lift … With thanks & love jx (check my last vid for a proper moving image look as these photos are different lighting & distance).”
Julia’s eyelids appear more hooded in the first picture compared to the second shot, where Julia’s completion looks a lot brighter.
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Morris’ post has since received a slew of comments from fans and fellow stars gushing over her new look.
Former Studio 10 host Jessica Rowe commented: “Beautiful — inside and out.” Australian singer-songwriter Dannii Minogue wrote: “You are and always have been an icon.” And actress Rebecca Gibney said “Book me in please!”
Meanwhile, one fan wrote: “Oooh I want this done too! You were fab before @ladyjuliamorris and fab-er now!”
Morris is no stranger to getting work done and has openly discussed this topic on a number of occasions. Back in 2016, in an interview with Kyle and Jackie O, Morris spoke openly about getting botox, news.com.au reports. “I’ve had a lot of Botox – I’m hanging in there,” she said at the time.
Meanwhile, she told Mamamia earlier this year that she had just had botox when her husband Dan was diagnosed with cancer. At the time, her husband reportedly praised her for being “amazing” and “incredible” in the doctor’s office, to which she responded with: “I can’t move my face.”
“I thought, ‘He may be suffering with the cancer, but I look amazing,'” she told the publication.
While Morris has had a bit of work done over the years to stop the clock, she actually has no issue with getting older. Talking with Stellar Magazine back in 2017 ahead of her 50th birthday, the comedian said she didn’t care about turning a year older.
“It’s a cliché that the midlife crisis happens at 50,” she said.
“Your 40s are the real confrontation time. That’s when you get the first signs of ageing and learn you’re on the reverse side of looking good. By 50, you’ve learnt to accept that’s going to happen. So it’s a tremendous rebirth. I don’t give a f*** about turning 50.”