Halle Berry Gets Implants ... for a New Role
By The Editors of StyleList Posted Nov 6th 2010 05:00PM
Halle Berry's beautiful looks go undercover on the set of her new film comedy.
The Oscar-winning actress was spied wearing fake cheek, lip, and breast implants on the set of her new film, 'Truth or Dare.'
The facial prosthesis and giant, belly button-skimming boobs turned the normally stunning 44-year-old actress into a plastic surgery victim who channels 'Catwoman' Jocelyn Wildenstein.
Though we suppose the fragrance guru, clad in a silky pink blouse and black skirt, got off somewhat easy. The film is directed by Peter Farrelly of the Farrelly Brothers, who gave us Gwyneth Paltrow in a fat suit for "Shallow Hal."
According to IMDB (via ShadowandAct), Berry stars as a "career driven woman is set up to take the fall for corporate embezzlement after her sexy college friend from Las Vegas drops back into her life."
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