Renee Zellweger is done with cruel commentary on her appearance, and has finally hit back at tabloids.
Renee has taken matters into her own hands and steered the conversation toward something more important in a scathing blog post.
In the article for Huffington Post, the 47-year-old actress wrote about the "challenges of public life" and when that life is "hijacked by those who profiteer from invented scandal."
In particular, Renee focused on the media interest in her appearance, directly addressing a 2014 rumour she had plastic surgery to alter her eyes.
"Not that it’s anyone’s business, but I did not make a decision to alter my face and have surgery on my eyes," she wrote.
"The 'eye surgery' tabloid story itself did not matter, but it became the catalyst for my inclusion in subsequent legitimate news stories about self-acceptance and women succumbing to social pressure to look and age a certain way."
However, the post focused more on the issue of tabloid journalism and its problematic role in the wider media.
"I am not writing in protest to the repellent suggestion that the value of a person and her professional contributions are somehow diminished if she presumably caves to societal pressures about appearance," she wrote to her critics.
"I’m not writing because I believe it’s an individual’s right to make decisions about his or her body for whatever reason without judgment.
"I’m writing because to be fair to myself, I must make some claim on the truths of my life, and because witnessing the transmutation of tabloid fodder from speculation to truth is deeply troubling."
In conclusion, the star pondered our "collective appetite for witnessing people diminished and humiliated", hoped that "legitimate news media" would steer clear of tabloid gossip in future.
Renee isn't the first celebrity to lament the tabloid fascination with women's looks.
Earlier this year, Jennifer Aniston penned a response to constant tabloid rumours about her weight and parental status.
Renee is currently hot property for Hollywood gossip with the impending release of Bridget Jones' Baby.
The first installment in the trilogy, Bridget Jones' Diary, is in the top 50 highest grossing romantic comedies of all time.