Time, they say, heals all wounds. While this is most certainly the case when it comes to broken hearts and lost dogs, there are some portions of life where quite the opposite is true.
When it comes to maintaining your good looks, for example, the passing of time is a fearsome foe who is almost impossible to defeat. Time, they also say, waits for nobody.
It doesn’t care if you’re a humble mailroom employee or a major Hollywood name known for being extraordinarily beautiful.
Over the years, we have seen countless celebrities go from beauty to beast, their transformation spurred on by a party lifestyle, a hectic work schedule, and the stress of being mobbed by fans and the media in the street.
It’s never a fun thing to see, but it becomes particularly unpleasant when the fading celebrity in question is somebody you grew up watching. How many childhood crushes have seen their good looks disappear and their sparkle dimmed in the years that have passed since their fans entered adulthood?
Well, we already ran one article looking at 16 of them and in this article we’re going to be looking at 15 more, so at least 31.
Here are 15 more hot childhood crushes who are now ugly.
1. Janice Dickinson
Over the past couple of years, Janice Dickinson has made a name for herself through her wacky antics on celebrity game shows both at home and abroad. She infamously refers to herself as “The World’s First Supermodel”, a title that is disputed by virtually everybody who has any sort of knowledge of the modeling industry.
While she may not have been the first supermodel, Dickinson certainly was the first crush of many men who grew up during the height of her fame. A few short decades ago, Dickson’s face – or, more accurately, her semi-nude body – was in every magazine and on every billboard across America. As Dickinson’s star faded, she struggled to come to terms with her decreasing fame and attempted to prolong her modeling career through a series of plastic surgery procedures, many of which were botched and have left her looking like a wax sculpture of her 1970s self.