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Ageing Slebs- who looks the best/worst?

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BitOfFun Mon 28-Sep-09 15:11:47

After noticing Andrew Ridgeley from Wham, and barely recognising him, I still can't help but think his relative normality sits better on a man of 46 than having fought to stay looking like a refugee from the Village People, as George Michael has for the last twenty years.

So which is better in your opinion? Raging against the dying of the light with the help of a wind tunnel, or letting it all hang out?

Fluffypoms Mon 28-Sep-09 16:08:44

I say whatever floats your

BitOfFun Mon 28-Sep-09 16:09:00

Anyone <<dons Mumsnet Poison cloak>>?

rookiemater Mon 28-Sep-09 16:14:59

I saw this in my guilty lunchtime DM flick and thought that Andrew Ridgeley actually looked fine and pretty well conditioned for a man of 46. Also much admire his lazy ( sounding ) lifestyle, well done him for just enjoying his wealth and not trying to look and act like someone 20 years younger.

I was flicking through a spot the celeb who had work done website last night ( I need to get out more) and without exception, even for the ones who were deemed to be a success, they just looked plain weird. It doesn't make them look better just odd, Madonna looks positively creepy these days as does Nicole Kidman - who isn't even old.

So yay for Andrew Ridgeley.

lucykate Mon 28-Sep-09 16:16:37

i think he looks pretty darn good for 46!

lucykate Mon 28-Sep-09 16:17:58

nicole kidman, imo, is one of the oddest looking female actors nowadays. she should have left her face alone.

CybilLiberty Mon 28-Sep-09 16:19:17

Ohhh I would SOO do Andrew Ridgely.

BitOfFun Mon 28-Sep-09 16:44:18

Me too, Cybil. I must be mid-cycle wink

Rupert Everett has mutilated himself.

thighsmadeofcheddar Mon 28-Sep-09 16:48:37

Oh my, that after picture doesn't even look like Rupert Everett

StayFrosty Mon 28-Sep-09 16:50:23

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bibbitybobbityhat Mon 28-Sep-09 16:55:00

Andrew Ridgely has got a fab bod. He's a year older than my dh but about 5 stone lighter I should think.

I think Terry Hall is wearing well.
Annie Lennox always looks good.
Debbie McGee looked pretty nifty in her bikini at 50

Rupert Everett - I can't even bare to click on the picture, I know the one you mean. It is tragic.

francagoestohollywood Mon 28-Sep-09 16:55:09

Yes, I'm not keen on cosmetic surgery. AR looks good.
Agree with rookie, NK looks extremely weird!

StayFrosty Mon 28-Sep-09 17:02:16

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preciouslillywhite Mon 28-Sep-09 17:08:21

I'm only glad that tis a man for a fucking change...was expecting Ulrika grin

...I think Andrew Ridgeley looks proper distinguished.

Rupert Everett looks shocking, though

<shakes head reproachfully>


MmeLindt Mon 28-Sep-09 17:09:32

Andrew Ridgely looks good, much better than George. That pic of Rupert Everett looks as if there has been a lot of airbrushing going on. Not attractive.

I saw pics of Kate Moss today, she looks quite hard, you can see the years of partying have taken their toll.

UnquietDad Mon 28-Sep-09 17:14:26

Michelle Pfeiffer has aged gracefully. OK, she may hide the grey a bit, but otherwise she looks like a sexy, healthy woman of 50 with natural crow's-feet and so on. I SO still would.

CybilLiberty Mon 28-Sep-09 17:15:19

ooh ooh Meryl Streep

cocolepew Mon 28-Sep-09 17:16:22

Wow! Peggy Bundy looks great. But Rupert shock

cocolepew Mon 28-Sep-09 17:17:07

No no Michelle has had work done. Glenn Close.

UnquietDad Mon 28-Sep-09 17:17:19

Kate Bush also 50.


UnquietDad Mon 28-Sep-09 17:18:16

Be very very careful googling Joan van Ark, who was quite an attractive 40ish blonde from soap Knots Landing. The results today are..... not pleasant.

CNyle Mon 28-Sep-09 17:18:39

god loads of em are better older imo

BitOfFun Mon 28-Sep-09 17:18:46

<<off to google>>

UnquietDad Mon 28-Sep-09 17:19:30

I think the Bananarama women both look hotter today than they did in the 80s. Who cares if they've had work done...?

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