Male Celebs who USE to be HOT but not so much anymore! (lead singer, days)
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I think alot of the people get in great shape for movie roles then let themselfs go after look at stallone he is the only guy I think who stayed in shape over the years even at 62 he still looks like he could play a rambo or rocky role one last time.
Fromt what I heard (which made sense), he has been shooting enough steroids to raise a dead horse hence the shape he is in at his age but look at all the gnarly veins popping all over his body...just like being too skinny or too fat, being too muscular is not a very good thing at all.
Keep in shape but don't work out like you are a gladiator in the ancient times.
Moderation is the key.
Jeff Conaway, who played Kenickie in "Grease". I know he never had much success as an actor, but he's such a train wreck and looked so awful that I had to include him in this list. To be fair, he has had a long history of back problems, but I saw him in "Celebrity Rehab" and it was too depressing to watch.
luke perry was such a hottie in the 90210 days now not so much also jason priestly was a cutie in those days too now he's just well.....
Each one had their less recent picture taken by a pro in a studio with the right lighting and make up on, the more recent ones were taken at random and in JP's case it looks like after a night of heavy drinking and eating...
Now, here is an assignment for all you kiddies, take you best looking picture that was taken like 10-20 years ago (or when you were like 20-23 if you are older than 30) and compare it to a picture taken in the last year or so.
If you didn't cry or done any self-pitying, then good for you!
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