Michelle Keegan says BOTOX is not a big deal but denies having it done

Between wigs, makeup and plastic surgery you can never be sure what a celebrity will look like from one day to the next.
 
But while she may be guilty of adjusting her appearance with the assistance of hair dye, Michelle Keegan says she has not used Botox to improve her face.
 

In a new interview with The Mirror, the Coronation Street star claimed that while she doesn’t have a problem with Botox, she personally hasn’t availed of its benefits.

 

While defending herself against recent claims that her face looked different in Our Girl than it had previously, the 29-year-old said: “Everyone says that I’ve changed my face and I’ve had Botox, but you have to be able to move your face when you’re an actress – which I can do.”

“So you can see I haven’t had it.  I don’t worry about what people say though, what’s the big deal about Botox?  I know loads of people who’ve had it, it’s not a big deal.”

So why did Michelle look different in the new BBC drama?  Well maybe it’s because she was wearing less makeup than usual.

The star said: “I loved that fact that I was stripped back for this role – no makeup, my hair was up, it was liberating.”

“People always see me in nice dresses, looking done.  I thought it was a really nice opportunity to show them my acting.”

 

On my way to the screening of #ourgirl last night #hidingthenerves

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We think Michelle looks great either way.

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