Can't stand the man. Just look where vanity can get you? Teeth looking so artificial they no longer resemble teeth. Made a fortune belittling people on his shows. All in the name of 'Entertainment'. Modern bear baiting more like. Exploiting those who are clearly mentally unwell, just like Jeremy Kyle did and look how that ended. What goes around comes around.Ridiculous.
And usually wearing a shirt very open exposing his hair chest. Like some kind of spoof working mens club singer named 'Spectacular' Vince Fontaine.To be fair Simon Cowell has never been the coolest bloke on the block. Those boot cut jeans and winkle pickers he's been wearing for the last 20 years are ridiculous.
Correct. Like the guy who is trying to look like Ken, a Barbie doll. They have ridiculously swollen lips and teeth like white piano keys. Do they not realise how fake and absurd it all looks? Ive nursed people whose lives have been blighted with OCD and they will never get that time back again.There’s a big problem with it all for me. Once you change a perceived imperfection, you won’t be happy with one change (as it normally doesn’t turn out how it’s pictured in your head). This is why people make mutiple changes and end up looking ridiculous
I agree with you, I think people should accept who they are as best they can. We were made to be individuals. I think John legend song that says ‘your perfect imperfections’Correct. Like the guy who is trying to look like Ken, a Barbie doll. They have ridiculously swollen lips and teeth like white piano keys. Do they not realise how fake and absurd it all looks? Ive nursed people whose lives have been blighted with OCD and they will never get that time back again.
Always seeking perfection that isn't there. Not appreciating the problem isn't their appearance its their low self esteem and worth. That is what needs addressing, not plastic surgery or making the home look like a show home scared of any dust or crumpled cushions being seen. Very sad, and magazines do little to challenge this dangerous, distorted myth of what someone should look like.