Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s disease battle is the subject of a new documentary, and Meg Ryan made her first public appearance in six months to support him.
Ryan, 61, has apparently not been seen for about six months after consciously choosing to stay away from the spotlight in recent years.
She went out, according to the Daily Mirror, to support her pal Michael J. Fox at a showing of his upcoming film STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie.
Ryan’s new appearance, which some referred to as “unrecognisable,” prompted immediate comments from followers despite the couple being photographed together smiling.
The Sleepless in Seattle Star, who made her on-screen debut in Rich and Famous (1981), appeared to have a remarkably clear skin, which, despite her prior denials, reignited speculation that she may have experimented with plastic surgery.
In fact, some individuals expressed less than complimentary views on Meg’s new appearance online, reigniting a discussion that the actress herself has already chimed in on.
“This is Meg Ryan,” one Twitter user wrote. “I hope women take this as a lesson. Frankenstein is for plastic surgery.
Another person chimed in, “Meg Ryan spent thousands to make herself unrecognisable and awful.
What’s wrong with Meg Ryan’s face? One more wrote.
“Yikes,” one remarked.Ladies, simply say no to Botox and fillers. Take it from Madonna and Meg Ryan instead of me, please.
Ryan has previously stated that she doesn’t pay much heed to people who criticise the way she looks.
She addressed the rumours of plastic surgery in an interview with Porter Magazine from 2015 in an open manner.
She admitted at the time, “I don’t pay much attention. “The world now is filled with a lot of animosity. Judging is so simple. How foolish it would be to harbour hatred.
The actress appeared to be in good spirits as she posed for photos with stars like Billy Murray and Elvis Costello at Michael J. Fox’s big night at the aforementioned screening, which took place at the Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Centre, New York.
A new documentary about Fox’s life during the three decades following his diagnosis will be released. Fox recently admitted that he didn’t expect he would live to be 80 years old.
The Back to the Future actor was only 29 years old when he learned he had Parkinson’s disease. He initially tried to conceal his illness, but has subsequently emerged as a key advocate for more understanding and study.
Fox recently opened up about his own mortality in a heartbreaking interview, admitting that his Parkinson’s disease struggle was “getting tougher” as time went on.
No, I won’t lie. It’s getting tougher, harder, harder. The retiring actor declared, “It’s getting harder. Every day it gets harder. But, but, that’s just how things are. I mean, who should I talk to about that, you know?
He said that a tumour was discovered on his spine, leading to recent spinal surgery. Despite being benign, it impacted his ability to walk, and he fell and hurt himself.
“I broke this arm, this arm, and this elbow,” the speaker said. My face was broken. My hand broke,” Fox admitted.
Parkinson’s does not cause death. Parkinson’s disease causes death. I’ve been considering how mortal it is. I won’t live to be 80. I won’t live to be 80.
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