61-year-old star, Meg Ryan was not seen in public for the last six months, as she chose to live away from the spotlight in the recent years. As the Daily Mirror had reported, Ryan made her appearance to support her friend, Michael J. Fox, at tje screening of STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie.

As the friends were photographed smiling, many fans had shared their comments on the social media as they stated that Ryan was uncrecognizable.

Ryan had made her debut in acting, in 1981, with Rich and Famous. She had a smooth complexion, so people had thought that Ryan had plastic surgery, despite she denied in the past.

Here are the comments for Ryan’s “unrecognizable” appearance.

“This is Meg Ryan. Hopefully women will learn from this. Plastic Surgery is for Frankenstein.

“Meg Ryan spent thousands to make herself unrecognizable and hideous,”

“Wtf has Meg Ryan done to her face?!”

“Yikes…just say no to Botox and fillers ladies. Don’t take it from me, take it from Madonna and Meg Ryan.”

Back in time, Ryan stated that she is not thinking about the mean comments about her, as she had stated in 2015, in her interview with Porter Magazine, “I don’t pay a lot of attention, frankly.”

“There’s a lot of hatred in the world today. It’s so easy to judge. Imagine being a hater, how stupid.”

As Ryan posed next to her friend, Michael J. Fox, at the Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center, New York, they were seemed in their high spirits, as she took pictures with Billy Murray and Elvis Costello too.

Michael J. Fox had stated that he doesn’t believe that he would see 80, as he released his new documentary about her struggle with Parkinson’s Disease.

“I’m not gonna lie. It’s gettin’ hard, it’s gettin’ harder. It’s gettin’ tougher,” Fox said in one of his interviews, about the disease which he received the diagnosis back when he was 29.

“Every day it’s tougher. But, but, that’s, that’s the way it is. I mean, you know, who do I see about that?”

“[I] broke this arm, and I broke this arm, I broke this elbow. I broke my face. I broke my hand,” Fox said.

“You don’t die from Parkinson’s. You die with Parkinson’s. I’ve been thinking about the mortality of it. … I’m not gonna be 80. I’m not gonna be 80.” Fox concluded.

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