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Zoe Saldana Talks Finding Strength In Fashion And The Possibility Of Plastic Surgery

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12/30/2013 10:53 am
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Zoe Saldana Talks Finding Strength In Fashion And The Possibility Of Plastic Surgery
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Abbie Sedgeman

Staff Writer

Even those with slim and seemingly perfect figures have aspects of their body they would like to change; Zoe Saldana recently admitted to Lucky Magazine that she would consider enhancing her breast size. The actress told Lucky Magazine: “You always want what you don't have. My whole life I've been obsessed with breasts. I love them. I don't like fake things, but I wouldn't mind buying myself a pair one day before I die.” This does not, however, express that women should have to change themselves for a partner. In fact, Saldana hates it when men complain about the way their partner looks, as it shows a lack of respect and appreciation. “When I hear men saying, 'I don't want droopy breasts,' I think, 'I'm sorry, you're not really a man.' A man likes a woman as she is,” Saldana explains.  “You know when you meet a real man from the way he talks about a woman. You just go, 'Wow, you're a man.’” Fashion is also important to Saldana, but she doesn’t dress to impress critics. When discussing the ’Best Dressed’ columns, the actress said, “I can give two s**ts about what somebody thought I looked like. “At the moment I conceived wearing an outfit, I had a thousand reasons. And now that it's done, and I'm getting feedback that's not positive, I'm going to regret it? I take responsibility for my actions, whether the outcome is positive or negative.” Saldana also makes clothing decisions in order to make sure she doesn’t look vulnerable or weak, adding: “I like looking strong, I don't need someone to open the door for me. I can open a jar! For some reason, dressing very delicately brings out a fragility that compels people to help you and, I don't like it.”


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