SIMON Cowell shocked Britain’s Got Talent viewers with his “fake” looking face in a credit card advert.
The music mogul – who is worth £360million – looked strikingly different as he promoted Barclaycard’s repayment calculator.
Simon Cowell’s face caught the attention of BGT viewers[/caption]
One said: “What’s #simoncowell done to his face in those Barclaycard adverts.”
Another added: “God how much bad plastic surgery has he had his mouth is a slit and face looks fake.”
Someone else asked: “Anyone seen the new Barclaycard advert…what has Simon Cowell done to his mouth and face??!”
Another remarked: “Just seen the @Barclaycard advert with @SimonCowell and i can’t help notice how simon looks like that guy who made his face look like KEN from @Barbie #Plastic.”
Many accused him of looking fake[/caption]
Someone else joked: “I’m assuming that Simon Cowell has only signed up to do that Barclaycard advert for the money needed to correct whatever work he has had done to his face.”
A viewer stated: “Simon Cowell in the Barclaycard advert.. what has he done to his face? Christ! Age gracefully I say. Even with all that money he looks dreadful..”
Dad-of-one Simon has admitted to having a £2,000 treatment dubbed a 21st century facelift.
The Silhouette Soft Lift procedure involves sewing bioplastic-infused thread into the face and neck and tugging it to get rid of sagging skin.
The music mogul was doing an advert for Barclaycard[/caption]
David Walliams has said he sometimes does not recognise Cowell when he sees him on the telly[/caption]
He said: “There’s lots of things you can do now.
“You don’t just have to stuff your face with filler and Botox.
“It hurts like hell but it gets rid of sun damage and unplugs all the crap.
“For me now, it’s all about having clean skin. If you have clean skin, you look better. But you have to be very careful with some of this stuff.”
His co-judge David Walliams has often mocked the 59-year-old over his cosmetic surgery.
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He once tweeted: “WhatsApp chat with a friend…”
Attached to his tweet was a photo of his conversation with a pal, who asked him in a message: “Just watching English tv time for the first time in ages. X Factor… What the f*** has Simon done to his face?”
To which David wrote back: “I sat on it.”
Fans were in stitches over his tweet, which was liked over 4000 times on Saturday night.
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