See this face? This is Ashley Judd‘s face, most recently taped on the Marilyn Denis show out of Toronto, Canada. And I’m confused, because one of the the last times we talked about Ashley Judd here on the site, this is pretty much what she looked like:
And now? Well. Not so much, eh? And naturally, my inquisitive side comes out and I have to ask – is it age? I mean, girlfriend’s not exactly a spring chicken anymore – she’ll turn 44 next month – and while that’s not precisely a reason to look so … full-faced, the possibility of plastic surgery or other facial enhancements would kind of make sense, now, wouldn’t it? Experts are saying that Ashley may have been hitting the facial fillers hard, and the end result seems to be that she pulled a Beyonce and tried for that Prednisone-swell that automatically makes people think “Pregnant!” But she’s not. At least not that we’re aware of.
But anyway, we shouldn’t be considering girlfriend’s face for too much here. She’s got big things going on! You know, like her new show, Missing, which is about a CIA operative’s wife whose son disappears after embarking on a study abroad program.
From the Huffington Post:
Ashley Judd stars as Becca Winstone, a single mother left widowed after her husband CIA agent Paul Winstone (Sean Bean) is murdered right in front of their eight-year-old son, Michael (Nick Eversman). Now, her son is all grown up and, at 18, wants to travel the world and study abroad. When he disappears, Becca heads to Rome to investigate things herself, and that’s where the adventure begins. Paul wasn’t the only CIA agent in the family — Becca is soon calling on old agency friends and hitting roadblocks along the way (like Dax Miller, played by Cliff Curtis) as she travels across Europe to get her son back.
Sounds, um, good. And Sean Bean‘s in it, so how could it not be OK?