Who is that?
the 22/10/2014 | 14:19
Anyone who knows Renee Zellweger primarily from her starring role in the “Bridget Jones” movies should have looked around the last few days. On Monday, the actress appeared at the “ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards” in Beverly Hills and may even have surprised many seasoned society reporters. Significantly thin and with a new complexion, Renee Zellweger is barely recognizable even to her fans.
On the red carpet at the “ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards” last Monday, it quickly became clear who the headlines would belong to in the coming days: Renee Zellweger had reappeared in public after a few weeks and wowed the crowd of photographers with a look that even some celebrity experts had to look twice to see if it really was Renee Zellweger. “I’m glad people think I look different. Now I am living a different, happier and fuller life and I am excited that you can see it, “revealed the Hollywood beauty in an interview with” People “magazine.
However, rumors quickly spread that Renee Zellweger might have undergone surgery for her new look. But the 45-year-old doesn’t want to know anything about it. Instead, there are other reasons for your change. “I am healthy. I have not done a good job in this regard for a long time. I kept an appointment schedule that was really unsustainable and didn’t allow me to take care of myself, ”Renee Zellweger explained.
Renee Zellweger now takes more time for herself
Instead, the blonde has now discovered a simple secret recipe: Instead of continuing to shower work, Renee Zellweger now takes more time for herself. “I have done work that has allowed me to take a break, build a house, love someone, learn new things, mature as a creative person and find myself,” revealed the Oscar winner. These measures seem to have definitely paid off with Renee Zellweger.
We too had to look twice at the photos from the “ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards” to recognize Renee Zellweger beyond any doubt. The actress definitely seems to have found a new path.
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