Annie: Should I Have Plastic Surgery? BBC3, from Wed 17 Last year, BBC3 brought us the documentary Annie: Out Of The Ashes, about Annie Price, who as a baby had been rescued from a burning caravan, leaving her with severe facial scarring.
That film focused on Annie's search for answers about the fire and her Irish Traveller heritage, but in this new documentary, she's focusing on the scars.
Although she's had life-saving operations on her face, Annie's adoptive mum encouraged her to get on with her life rather than focusing on further cosmetic surgery. But now at the age of 31, Annie is heading to South Korea, where it's not uncommon for people to have double eyelid surgery in their lunch hour.
She asks some of the country's leading plastic surgeons about her options and what procedures they would recommend.
Grace And Frankie Netflix, from Fri Two's excellent company in the Emmy Award-nominated comedy drama headlining Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as buddies Grace and Frankie.
However, three is most definitely a crowd in the fourth series as Friends alumnus Lisa Kudrow arrives, swathed in rhinestones, as Grace's long-time manicurist Sheree, who is envious of the sisterly bond between the two women.
Allegiances are tested as the titular twosome glimpse fractures in their former spouses' marriage. Robert (Martin Sheen) and Sol (Sam Waterston) are persuaded by their therapist to consider foregoing monogamy in favour of an open relationship.
While the men's hearts are breaking, the women's are aflutter thanks to amorous overtures from handsome CEO Nick (Peter Gallagher) and yam man Jacob (Ernie Hudson).
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Jan 13, 2018|
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