WTF happened to Ashley Judd’s face? Her explanation

Ashley Judd is busy promoting her new TV show Missing — but what’s really missing is the pretty face we’re used to, replaced by a puffy disaster. Filler overload, or is there another explanation?

Ashley JuddAshley Judd is known for her fresh girl-next-door looks — but her face took on shades of Billy Crystal weirdness during a TV appearance earlier this week.

The Missing actress’s puffy, bloated face as seen during her pop-in to CTV’s The Marilyn Denis Show raised more eyebrows than just her own, leading to talk that Judd had gone a little too crazy with Botox and Juvederm.

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So what’s the scoop? Did she just have a bad day at the aesthetician’s office? Not quite.

“For the record, this is unequivocally not true,” Judd’s rep, Cara Tripicchio, told E! News. “Ashley has been battling an ongoing, serious sinus infection and flu. Therefore, Ashley has been on a heavy dose of medication to overcome it so she could get on a plane and travel to Toronto and New York to fulfill her commitment of completing four consecutive days of press to promote her new show Missing.”

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“This may have contributed to her face appearing ‘puffy’ on the talk show in Toronto, however anyone who is truly paying attention and not looking to perpetuate a ridiculous story can look online further at photos of her last night during an Apple Store event in NYC and see for themselves that there is zero sign of plastic surgery, puffiness, fillers, etc., that has become a silly and erroneous topic of conversation. Ashley is a natural beauty enjoying her 40s gracefully.”

Judd herself tweeted that she had been sick but was already on the mend.

“Thanks to all asking how I’ve been feeling,” she wrote to fans. “Still very sick (flu + viral infection in sinuses = wicked) but staying positive & having fun.”

And that, as they say, is that.

There’s still no explanation for WTF happened to Billy Crystal’s face, though.

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