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I thought I noticed something strange about the transition from Diane Keaton (who was obviously wasted by the way) in her tribute to Woody Allen on the Golden Globe Awards, straight to a Loreal commercial featuring Keaton, but I didn't arrive at what it was. Turns out the image of Diane live on a stage was WAY different that the way she appears in the commercial - in other words, either some very serious makeup or perhaps some level of computer trickery had erased just about all of the wrinkles in her face. It actually occurred to me during her speech that, besides the funny fact that she was drunk, she looked pretty good. Just another example of the way TV advertising manipulates people - women AND men - into unrealistic expectations of themselves. See for yourself HERE.