Hollywood actor Zac Efron’s new chiseled jawline look has created a sensation over the internet. The ‘High School Musical’ star has recently appeared on a Facebook promotion video of Bill Nye’s Earth Day special. Fan pointed out that Zac might have done plastic surgery. Check out the details.
The 33 year old actor has shared a few screen time with Justine Bieber, Charlie D’Melio, Dixie. His appearance was for so small time, but fans anyhow spotted the actor’s swollen face, noticeable wide jawline and distinctively plumped lips. These suggest, according to the netizens that Zac had undergone plastic surgery.
Viewers gave mix reaction to Zac’s apparently new look. One viewer wrote: “Wtf what did they do to Zac Efron’s face?” Another wrote: “Zac Efron looks like human Shrek now.” Some of the fans are even comparing his look to The Weeknd’s ‘Save Your Tears’ look: “I’m not gonna make fun of Zac Efron because I believe in karma and I know he’s been going through sh- for years. But he does look like The Weekend from Save Your Tears.”
Most of the reactions are negative. One user tweeted: “Zac Efron’s plastic surgery has genuinely ruined my night. Like, I did not name my dog after you when I was six for you to look like a botched ken doll.” Someone asked: “Why did you botch your face.”
Support from Fans
However the real fans of the Hollywood heartthrob are still supporting him. Some fans spread positivity towards the incident. One angrily wrote: “Leave Zac Efron Alone.” Zac’s fan believes that the actor still looks the same and will look in future too with or without face surgery.
A fan-supported: “I just came to say that Zac Efron still looks like the most perfect male to exist and he’s aging beautifully.” Another user took a hand with critics: “This Zac Efron thing is grinding my gears. Beauty standards affect men too. Y’all can’t call yourselves feminists and then sh- on men for gaining a little weight or natural aging.”
Now the most awaited reaction is by Zac Efron himself. The actor has not replied to any criticism till now. He neither shared any information about whether he really has gone under surgery.
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