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Gordon Ramsay’s Face Is Filled With A Form Of Botulism

by | 27th, October 2009

gordon-ramsay-botulismGORDON Ramsay’s aged face has got a dose of the botulinum toxin – a form of botulism – aka Botox.

In the Radio Times, Ramsay says that he got his meaty face injected with a form of botulism after Simon Cowell told him how to make it big in America.

In the United States, the locals go wild for a chef with botulism in his face. It’s edgy. It’s now.

Without a form of botulism in his face, Ramsay would have to crack America as many others have done before him – by living illegally, getting a job as a cab driver or tailor and telling a decent joke.

Says Ramsay:

“My mother said they were smile lines. I could deal with that at 21, but not at 42.”

Smile lines. In your chin. Ramsay also has smiles lines in his forehead. Unless Ramsay stops his trademark smiling, he is danger of ending up more creased than Katie Price’s post-Jordan chest.

“Simon Cowell suggested that now I’m a success in America, I should do something, so I had a filler put under the deep crevices. It hurt.”

A filler is not cream or a chocolate fondants but botulism. Chefs swear by it.

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