Debra Messing Denies Allegations She Got Plastic Surgery After Posting Photo on Instagram

May 3, 2019 Updated: May 3, 2019

Actress Debra Messing denied allegations that she received plastic surgery after posting a photo of her face on social media.

The 50-year-old “Will & Grace” star was attempting to show off her hair stylist and makeup artist’s work by posting the selfie on Instagram.

But a number of people said that she appeared different.

“You don’t look like yourself and that’s never a good thing. You should dial back the procedures a bit,” one person told her.

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Another told the actress, “Plastic face.”

“Did you have a facelift?” one user asked her, as reported by Fox News.

“Yikes, too much Botox,” someone else stated on her page. “Gorgeous, but maybe less fillers… starting to look a bit plastic,” commented another.

Messing replied with “NOPE!” to the allegations that she had received plastic surgery.

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“Getting tons of facials at @joannavargasnyc and using every gadget on the market!” she replied.

However, in the past, Messing suggested that she received cosmetic procedures.

In 2017, the liberal actress told Good Housekeeping: “Whether or not someone else wants to judge me because I want to go into a dermatologist’s office for an hour and have fat frozen off of my body and three months later I can feel a little bit better in a bathing suit. I don’t care.”

“I don’t care about that judgment,” Messing also told the outlet.

“It’s incredibly important to be open about doing things to improve how you feel about yourself. The myth that there are people walking around Hollywood who were born perfect and age perfectly is very dangerous, especially for young girls,” Messing stated. “I’m not embarrassed at all.”

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Daryl Dragon

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