Former American Idol judge, Simon Cowell has sparked mixed reactions on the internet over his new unrecognizable look few months after he said he was done with Botox.
The 63-year-old TV host had taken to Twitter on Thursday, December 1, to share a video encouraging people to contact him if they want to audition for “Britain’s Got Talent”.
However, netizens were more concerned about his new look than the message he was passing, and the video has since elicited different responses online.
While some people expressed genuine concern for his health as he also looked lean in the video, others dragged him to filth and opined that his new look is indicative of some sort of cosmetic procedure. He was also compared to a “Madame Tussauds waxwork.”
Following the barrage of negative comments from tweeps, Simon was forced to take down the video however snapshots from the clip had already gone viral online.
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🤡Simon Cowell has sparked concern from fans in a new video shared to social media on Thursday. pic.twitter.com/ncePBmmq3T
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In other news, Nigerian singer, Teniola Apata, popularly known as Teni, slammed those claiming she went under the knife to achieve her new trim figure.
The plus-size singer recently caused a stir online after she shared photos of her new look, showing off her amazing weight loss transformation.
The self-styled sugar mummy of Lagos appeared to have lost a significant amount of weight and looked thinner in the photos, making her almost unrecognizable.
However, while many fans and social media users gushed over the “new Teni,” others claimed that the singer had undergone surgery to achieve her new figure.
Reacting to the claim via her Twitter handle, Teni, who revealed that she has lost 75 pounds so far, debunked the claims that she underwent surgery.
She slammed those who linked her weight loss to surgery and insisted that she didn’t undergo any procedures.
“LOST 75 POUNDS no surgery! Dumb asses claiming I did can suck mine!”, she wrote.