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Actress Kate Walsh urges celebrities to stop Botox & plastic surgery overload

Private Practice star Kate Walsh, 44, works out and eats healthily to stay fit, but wants Hollywood actresses to end excessive plastic surgery and cosmetic enhancements.
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Private Practice star Kate Walsh wants Hollywood actresses to look more natural and end their excessive dependence on plastic surgery, Botox and other cosmetic enhancements.

On Feb. 26, 2012, Walsh tweeted the following message during the Academy Awards: "Dear Hollywood actresses, stop f--king up your faces, it's looking [like] the bar scene in Star Wars."

Kate, 44, recently showed off her fit, nude physique for the cover of Shape magazine, and revealed she maintains her toned bikini body by doing Pilates, yoga and walking her dog. But she draws the line at going under the knife to look good.

Walsh isn't the only actress to take a stance against plastic surgery. Last summer, British actress Kate Winslet was so upset about the rampant cosmetic procedures among Hollywood starlets that she formed a group called the British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League with actress pals Rachel Weisz and Emma Thompson.

“I will never give in,” Winslet, 36, told the UK Telegraph. “[Plastic surgery] goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty.”

Similarly, Oscar winner Angelina Jolie, 36, insists she has never had cosmetic surgery and doesn't plan to in the future. Pop star Lady Gaga, 25, is also opposed to plastic surgery, saying it promotes insecurity.

"I have never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have," Gaga, 25, told Harper's Bazaar. "I think that promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification."