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‘What happened to his face?’ Simon Cowell video sparks debate over star’s health

A visibly different looking Simon Cowell appeared in a recent video to promote next season’s series of Britain’s Got Talent.

The voice was familiar, but the face wasn’t.

Cowell’s appearance in the video drew accusations he either recently had a botched plastic surgery procedeu, or had been cloned. Comparing the video with an image of Cowell less than two years old showed some remarkable differences.

Not only had Cowell lost a lot of weight, which of itself is unnoteworthy, but his neck and shoulders appeared to be halved in size.

The most obvious change was in his eyes, with the latest pair looking as though they had been surgically widened beyond the norm, although the left eye had a noticeable lazy eyelid.

‘What happened to his face?’ questioned one Twitter user.

‘Ignoring that face, what about the skinny neck and no shoulders?’ asked another.

‘People need to stop injecting things into their faces. They look like weirdo blow up dolls.’

‘Probably a deep fake or body double doing the vid IMO.’

‘He died his eyebrows and beard too dark. It does not suit him at all. Actually makes him look weird. Also, one droopy eye is not helping.’

Cowell’s video was the latest in a series of recent celebrity images showing either a marked deterioration in the appearance of the subject matter, or a completely new-looking face.

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