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Posted at 7:01 PM ET, 01/12/2011

Quoted: Nicole Kidman on kicking the Botox

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Kidman on the Hill in 2009. Will update when a new photo surfaces with evidence of forehead movement. (Susan Walsh/AP)





"I can move my forehead again!"









-- Nicole Kidman, telling Germany's TV Movie magazine that she's stopped using Botox. "I didn't like how my face looked," she said, which seems to be what they all say.

By The Reliable Source  | January 12, 2011; 7:01 PM ET
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Comments

First of all even a kid would have noticed this is fake to death. Do you really think if Nicole wanted to say something like that she would have said it in a common German magazine? Which is this magazine? Whic is the name? Of course you don't because the “original source” it's not a German magazine but an Italian newspaper called La Stampa that made up this interview.
The author of the interview quoted some old Nicole's statements about her daughter, the problems to rise the money for Rabbit Hole and then he invented these ridiculous statements about the botox. What screams “fake” is that the author didn't say how, when and where he met Nicole. Isn't it strange? Yes it is. A VERY VERY short interview composed by three question without the name of the place it has been taken. This is not a normal interview. I can give you the link and watch yourself. Once again Daily Mail authors gave a very very poor imagine of themselves.

Posted by: vanshans | January 13, 2011 2:29 AM | Report abuse

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