Amanda Holden: 'I won't grow old gracefully'
Wednesday 27 May 2009
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has said she would like to age like Joan Rivers.
The 38-year-old actress, who has had Botox, said that she did not see the point in growing old gracefully.
She told Heat magazine: "I agree with Simon Cowell; it's like cleaning your teeth - maintenance."
She continued: "It's like getting your roots done. I think as long as you don't go stupidly over the top... I can move my face."
Denying she has had further surgery, Amanda insisted: "I've never had my lips done, and it really p****s me off that everyone thinks I have. My lips are thinner now than they were when I was younger."
She added: "I've had Botox, which I'm happy to admit. It's running out now, though - I need to go again."
She told the magazine: "I've never had fillers either. My family all have very rounded faces, a bit chubby even. So I'm lucky that it's natural.
"I think everything starts drooping around 45, so I know I'll succumb. I want to look like Joan Rivers."
She added: "I don't see the point in growing old gracefully."
The full interview appears in this week's Heat magazine, on sale now.
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