Diane Keaton: "I've Never Had Plastic Surgery"

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So many stars say they haven't had surgery that I actually expect Barbara Walters to come out and say it, too.

It's the oldest cliché in the book.

An older actor -- looking remarkably line-free -- says, "I haven't had surgery, but I wouldn't rule it out in the future."

But I worship Diane Keaton and she's never lied to me on-screen, so why would she do so off?

Diane just told AARP magazine:

"I haven't had it, but never say never.

"Because when you do, you are definitely going to go there.

"I said I would never have intercourse before I was married, and I did. I said I would never go to a psychiatrist, and I spent much of my life in psychoanalysis.

"I've done all kinds of things I said I wouldn't do and, of course, now I'm glad. Thrilled."

So what do you think?

Will she someday get surgery?

Or has someday already come and gone?


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Oil
Oil

Probably because she's had surgery on the face but not the neck.

Dana
Dana

Oil:  you got that right; of course she's had plastic surgery-r u kidding me?????

Drew(Sydney)
Drew(Sydney)

She must have an ugly neck as she always wears stupid collars on everything.

Vicente Minnelli
Vicente Minnelli

I love Diane Keaton, but why is she lying ? Thats why I respect Joan Rivers - she calls these people out . No 66 year old woman likes like this without a lift. It's just a freakin fact. But no one wants to admit they had help. We'll still love her - but c'mon Diane, don't kid a kidder.

Supergr8
Supergr8

She's probably doing something to keep her chin up but it's not surgery.  I'm excited because I get to post two "brushes with celebrity" stories (see my later Lea DeLaria comment).  I briefly met Ms. Keaton and complimented her documentary "Heaven", she said said she was surprised anybody remembered it and was quite charming in our brief interaction.   Usually the public persona is not the private, but the weird thing was, she seemed to be exactly the personality she projects.

Southern Dave
Southern Dave

She still looks great and I don't really care if she's had work done or not.

She can do no wrong in my book and here's why:

In the early 1980s, I was co-producing Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans. My producing partner and myself always liked to have a visual art exhibit in the lobby of the theater that had some relationship to the play. "Fool" takes place entirely in a motel room.

I had seen Keaton's  photos of motel rooms, which were fascinating. But how to get in touch with her? I had a friend who was an assistant art editor at LIFE magazine (anybody remember LIFE?) who was also a major movie memorabilia collector. So I called him and he told me the name of Keaton's assistant. I called him up and he passed the phone to Keaton and I explained what we wanted to do. She knew the play, of course, wanted to know when it opened and how many photos would we need. I told her nine, three on each wall. A week before we opened, crates arrived with 11 blow-ups of her photos. She called to make sure they'd gotten there safely and said she'd given us more than we asked for, so we could have a choice. She asked only that the photos be returned to her.

What's the female equivalent of a "mensch"? That's what Diane Keaton is.

Musto
Musto

That is super cool!!!!

Nyah
Nyah

She looks lifted but maybe she just has amazing genes.

Robertz
Robertz

Maybe she had to go to psychotherapy to work out her having intercourse before marriage.

anonTWO
anonTWO

There is nothing wrong with using surgery or injections to enhance or improve what you have.You just have to know when to stop.

Geoffrey Lelia
Geoffrey Lelia

Indeed. Plastic surgery is for enhancement and improving what you have at the moment. The procedure has to blend together with your body, so that it won't be out of place.

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