“There’s an awful lot of surgery there” – Joan Collins slams the Kardashians

By Obiajulu Chiagoziem

has called out on the Kardashians

Actress, Joan Collins 88, has slammed “Dynasty” co-star, Linda Evans for her plastic surgery and also other folks who undergo same process like the Kardashian family.

“Are you supposed to ignore somebody when they come in with tape on their eyelid?” she wrote of Evans, who starred in the ABC soap opera as her character’s nemesis.

“Every one of the other actors was saying, ‘What do you think she had done?’ “

“Am I the only one who thinks there’s an obesity crisis? Those lips people have done, I think they look ludicrous,” she said of today’s trends in cosmetic surgery. “I’m sorry. And if people want to go round looking like that I’m going to laugh at it.”

She went further to ask, “Have you ever been in a hairdresser’s? The Kardashians, for instance.”

“Kris Jenner, their mother, is a good friend of mine and I don’t want to be rude about her children, but there’s an awful lot of surgery there and I’ve talked to my friends about it, as I’m sure you have, the bottoms, the tiny waists,” she said.

She also attacked Italian actress Sophia Loren and her teeth while saying “look like they have been carved out of ivory.”

“[Loren’s] still alive. But it’s not as if we’re bosom buddies and she’s never going to speak to me again. And it’s true,” she concluded.

Joan Collins Dame is an English actress, author, and columnist. A recipient of several accolades, including a Golden Globe Award, a People’s Choice Award, two Soap Opera Digest Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination.

A controversial sort of character, sometime in 1983, she was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Collins was born in Paddington, London, and was brought up in Maida Vale, the daughter of Elsa Collins a dance teacher, and Joseph William Collins (1902–1988), a talent agent whose clients would later include Shirley Bassey, the Beatles and Tom Jones.

Her father, a native of South Africa, was Jewish, and her British mother was Anglica. She had two younger siblings, Jackie (1937–2015),a novelist, and Bill (born 1945), a property agent.

She was educated at the Francis Holland School, an independent day school for girls in London.

She made her stage debut in the Henrik Ibsen play A Doll’s House at the age of nine, and at the age of sixteen trained as an actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London.

At the age of 17, Collins was signed to the Rank Organisation, a British film studio.