John Partridge refuses Botox

John Partridge has vowed never to have Botox again.

The EastEnders actor who recently sat on the 'Over The Rainbow' judging panel thinks men who undergo plastic surgery look "horrendous".

He said: "After one jab of Botox, I'll never mess with my face again. Plastic surgery on men looks horrendous."

The 38-year-old TV star is also desperate for women to avoid skin-smoothing and invasive treatments and grow old gracefully instead.

He added to Closer magazine: "Women need to be careful too. What's wrong with aging gracefully like Joanna Lumley? Heidi Montag's ruined her face by having so much surgery."

John who plays openly-gay Christian Clarke in the BBC One soap prefers to keep healthy naturally these days.

He recently admitted he is such a "gym junkie" his colleagues made him plan lunchtime keep-fit sessions for them, but he was forced to give these up when they became too popular.

He said: "I could be labelled a gym junkie but there are worse things to be addicted to than dumbbells.

"I used to do Johnny's 30-Minute Burn... loads of people, Patsy Palmer, Rita Simons, crew and runners... everyone. But it's difficult because people's schedules change at the last minute. So I thought, 'screw this, I'm not going to lose my lunch hour and my own work out'. So I stopped."

Source - Virgin Media


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