Nicole Kidman Covers GQ December 2009

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Nicole Kidman on the December 2009 cover of GQ, the Gentlemen’s Quarterly Magazine is a palpable proof that plastic fantastic wins.

Or that men don’t really care about the number of aesthetic enhancement interventions, they just want it to look good and be provocative. And by now Nicole learned that, so she’s going with a “risk, danger, darkness” storyline as she pulls a Botox-full smile on the cover. What’s wrong with showing your age, Nicole? (at least Victoria is exercising to prevent photoshop! you need not worry about that, Nicole, you already stretched your face ad infinitum using minor plastic surgery) (photo via)

Nicole Kidman GQ December 2009 cover


#1 anom on 11.04.09 at 1:57 pm

Embrassing grab for attention. Most overrated actress of era. From one Aussie to another – pull yer head in!

#2 Adriana on 11.05.09 at 6:33 am

Actually, I’ve seen other photos of Nicole at a Unicef conference. In a newspaper. On those photos she was able to frown and normal lines showed on her cheeks. Very cute, a pleasant surprise.
I’m bit sick and tired of the Nicole bashing!! No one, no not one woman in a magazine from models to lala-land women does look real or older or “old”. Yuk, imagine people, eh women, that look real! We can’t have that in our society bah! Everybody has to be perfect and beautiful. Period. Ban everything imperfect! Ugh…….
Have we ever seen a “normal” looking woman on this blog or any blog? I don’t think so……
Yes, plastic fantastic wins! Young women: start to save money for the day you shall need it desperately. Old is out, old doesn’t count, old is useless!

#3 Adriana on 11.05.09 at 9:51 am

Sorry, was in a bad or gloomy mood……though I do not really disagree with angry me…..:(

#4 kpriss on 11.05.09 at 10:00 am

I understand why you’re angry, but Nicole is a classic already. I’ve seen a picture of hers in the Cruise era and I couldn’t believe how far she’s gone and altered her appearance! And to say that she didn’t do anything to her face is insulting for everyone else. Not for men, apparently ;)

#5 Adriana on 11.05.09 at 1:01 pm

Yeah, I sound grumpy today, I’m aware of that. I also know how she looked in the Cruise era, I’ve seen that photo too ;) And her looks before the Cruise era like in “Dead Calm”. I’m a bit sick of all this fake beauty in general of late. But she looked more “natural” than here on these newspaper photos.
Kpriss, almost all famous people who have work done are in denial. Even a lot of their fans…:(
Demi Moore? She has done nothing at all! Angelina Jolie? Of course not…..and so on…..:P
Even Scarlett Johansson, that young, doesn’t have her own nose anymore!
I would love to see more “normal” people. Especially in movies.

#6 normal person on 11.24.09 at 4:28 pm

This is one of the most terrible covers I’ve seen on this magazine. The Glove! What were they thinking. The wind. Yuk. Wow, this is supposed to turn us guys on so we buy this drivel? Going down hill mr GQ.

#7 Adriana on 11.25.09 at 11:43 am

normal person: this is how women and also girls are portrayed on a daily basis. That’s how it is. It seems to feed the appetite of lot of persons because it sells!
From now on I’m gonna ignore this stuff! I’ve running out off comments. Blehhhhhhhhh…..:P

I start to reply again when males are gonna be portrayed like women are. I’m sick of it. :-&

#8 cc on 01.03.10 at 10:12 pm

Unfortunately it will be a cold day in hell when that happens: men being portrayed as women are. You will see it right now – but only on the covers of gay magazines. While the general media continues to be aimed at a straight male audience we straight (just speaking for myself here) women have a long wait for any real change. Still, I’m sure there are many, many men who find it just as ridiculous and pathetic as we do.

#9 Adriana on 01.04.10 at 9:55 am

We women have blew it ourselves by embracing certain looks and be in awe about this trend. We should ignore it. But we don’t……

cc: If I make a spell or grammar mistake, I’m a Dutch who has never studied properly English. So I’m not a sheep. (j/k) :))

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