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Wednesday, 22 December 2010

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Beverly Hills gynecologist Dr. Paxton Prockovich who supposedly performed the mother/daughter 'playpen' botoxing

HOLLYWOOD - Mother and daughter, Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow, were purse shopping at Purcharelli's Purses & Stuff when they were asked about the botox rumors.

Platrow smiled and said that yes it was true that she had indeed received a little bit of third-degree botox to her forehead, her thumbs, and her ear lobes.

She quickly pointed out that the director of her movie Country Strong had suggested it to her to avoid any unwanted facial or hand shadows on the film's celluloid.

Meanwhile her mom, actress Blythe Danner, who is starring in the comedy hit The Little Fockers expressed that she had also received a wee bit of botox to her left ankle, her left upper thigh, and her left tonsil.

She said that the tri-botox was done due to an old cheerleading injury which had occurred when she fell from the very top of a 16 girl pyramid back 50 years ago when she was 17.

A reporter for Left Coast Mirror Magazine Evelyn Tammy Quillhoop asked about the rumors which had reportedly started down in Alabama about mother and daughter both having some botox done on their 'playpens.'

Danner blushed turning as pink as one of Elton John's shocking pink bras and Patrow turned as pink as one of Clay Aikens peignoirs.

Both women stood up and left saying they were late for their pedicures.

SIDENOTE: Both mother and daughter strongly denied the botoxed playpens rumor. But Blanca De Nada, who up until recently worked as a maid for Blythe Danner, reportedly told a reporter for The National Enquirer that Ms. Danner and her daughter Ms. Paltrow had in fact both had their 'playpens' botoxed.

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