Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby looks almost unrecognisable as she unveils her glamorous reality TV transformation ahead of SAS Australia
Schapelle Corby is on the campaign trail promoting Channel Seven’s military-style reality show SAS Australia.
But viewers would be forgiven for not recognising the convicted drug smuggler as she did the breakfast TV rounds on Monday.
The 43-year-old looked very different compared to her days locked up in Bali’s Kerobokan Prison as she was interviewed on Sunrise shortly before 8am.
My, how you’ve changed! Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby, 43, looked almost unrecognisable as she unveiled a very glamorous new look on Monday as she did the media rounds on breakfast television. Pictured left 2006, right on Monday’s episode of Sunrise
Looking every inch the budding reality star, Schapelle sported a full face of makeup, including dewy pink blush, rose-coloured lipstick and false lashes.
Her eyebrows appeared noticeably fluffier than they were in the early 2000s, while her hair was more voluminous thanks to a set of perfectly curled extensions.
Schapelle, who has denied rumours of cosmetic work such as Botox and fillers, also showed off her age-defying complexion, smooth forehead and plump lips.
Primped: Looking every inch the budding reality TV glamazon, Schapelle sported a full face of makeup including dewy pink blush, rose-coloured lipstick and false lashes. Pictured left in 2008, right on Monday’s episode of Sunrise
The former drug mule later appeared on The Morning Show, wearing a striking red frock that offered a glimpse of her cleavage.
Footage from that interview shows the impressive length of Schapelle’s hair extensions, which tumble well past her shoulders.
Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth previously told Daily Mail Australia that Schapelle may have invested in ‘non-invasive work’ to achieve her youthful looks.
Va va voom! The former drug mule also appeared on Channel Seven’s The Morning Show on Monday, wearing a striking red frock that showed a glimpse of cleavage. Pictured left in 2005, right on The Morning Show on Monday
‘It is not hard to imagine that a stint in an Indonesian prison would be a less than welcome holiday, so it is understandable that anyone would want a fresh start after that,’ he said in June 2018. ‘It seems as if Ms Corby is no exception to that rule.’
Dr. Haworth was of the opinion Schapelle had ‘undergone subtle facial rejuvenation’.
‘I don’t believe she underwent any plastic surgery per se,’ he claimed. ‘But she most likely had non-invasive work to achieve her current look.’
New look: Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth has previously told Daily Mail Australia that he believes the former drug mule may have invested in some ‘non-invasive work’ to achieve her youthful looks. Pictured left in 2008, right in 2018
‘The most obvious changes are to her lips and cheeks,’ Dr. Haworth observed, adding that ‘both have seemingly been well augmented, most likely with injectable fillers such as Juvéderm or equivalent.’
After studying before-and-after photos of Schapelle, the surgeon claimed he had a ‘sneaking suspicion’ that she may have had ‘muscle paralysing injections such as Botox to smooth out the lines and wrinkles around her eyes’.
‘With the additional aid of Snapchat filters, her appearance is certainly one for the better,’ he concluded.
Changes: ‘The most obvious changes are to her lips and cheeks,’ Dr. Haworth observed, adding that he believes ‘both have been well augmented, most likely with injectable fillers such as Juvéderm or equivalent.’ Pictured left in 2005. right in 2017
Earlier in 2018 year, Schapelle denied having Botox injections or fillers.
She told Woman’s Day in March: ‘No fillers, no Botox. I just use Snapchat and Instagram filters! I look at a photo of me and think, “Gee, that’s ugly,” and then I put a filter on it and think, “Actually, it’s pretty good!”
‘I do get a lot of people commenting saying things like, “Oh, you’ve had Botox,” and I say to myself, “Oh, shut up. You’re young, you know how it works, you know that’s just all the good filters!”
‘I don’t think young people should get Botox or fillers.’
Jailed: Schapelle served her sentence at Kerobokan Prison, alongside several other Australian drug criminals including members of the Bali Nine. Pictured at Denpasar District Court, April 2005