Being Catty: HSN Host Connie Craig-Carroll’s Eyes

Sorry to have to say it, but what has happened to HSN host Connie Craig-Carroll?

We haven’t seen her on-air for awhile, but watched her early Tuesday morning and were shocked by her appearance. Craig-Carroll looks like she has had work done around her eyes. A lot of work, and none too subtle.

Her eyelids are so tight and lifted that they almost look slanted, giving her a feline appearance. If fact, Craig-Carroll now reminds us of socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein, who has had so many facelifts and plastic surgery that the New York tabloids refer to her as the cat woman.

We guess this is all a sad commentary on women on TV having to pull all the stops to stay vital on-screen and keep their jobs.

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8 Responses to “Being Catty: HSN Host Connie Craig-Carroll’s Eyes”

  1. Jeannie Says:

    I’ll have to check her out soon. I know what “look” you are referring to in regards to it not being subtle. Suzanne Runyun (sp?) seemed to have had a “refresh” that was way too tight and it has taken a couple of years to relax and look decent.

  2. E. McAlvin Says:

    She’s been having things done for quite a while; Her forehead is so tight and round looking with fillers. It’s too bad because she was so adorable without all the work. I feel like it makes her look older rather than younger.

  3. Carolyn Simpson Says:

    whats wrong with looking older? we can fight it with lotions potions and surgery but it still happens. i dont like it but ill take it versus what i have seen the hosts on different shopping channels do to themselves.

    • Jerri Says:

      I agree with you, Carolyn, McAlvin, and Jeannie.
      Nearly all the hosts get tweaked, whether they want to admit it or not. Connie’s recent work is obvious and aging. Callie needs to stop, too, as well as Colleen. She and Callie must be in a forehead/mini lift race; who can have the most before she is sporting a (ahem) beard.
      There is too much that can go wrong…with plastic surgery….but also fillers and Botox. And there is nothing wrong with aging.
      Health is the most important thing. I try to eat right (with occasional treats 😋) exercise, and I do facial exercises! They help, and once or twice a week is plenty. I use good but budget friendly skin care, and drink lots of water. I do not nor never have smoked, and am a very light drinker. I feel good therefore the confidence that gives me radiates, and I look good. Fine for those​ that do, but I would never have plastic surgery or do injectables, unless the need came up (disfigured from accident, etc).
      And, it’s EXPENSIVE!!!

  4. Donna Jones Says:

    What you’ve written about Connie is totally absurd and not true! Connie visited family and friends last week and has severe allergies from pollen. Her eyes have been puffy as a result. It’s really sad that you feel the need to write about things before researching or knowing the facts. I’m a credible source and know the truth. It’s unfortunate that you find pleasure in trying to degrade people. Unbelievable!!!

    • Carolyn Simpson Says:

      nobodys degrading her. how come she didnt have this issue last year? as a rule, allergies dont go away. Miss Moss doesnt find pleasure in degradation, she only reports the very obvious. who are you anyway?

      • Donna Jones Says:

        Have you ever heard of seasonal allergies? Spring allergies? Apparently not. Who am I? I’m someone that knows the facts and apparently you don’t.

  5. Sue Says:

    Yes, this is surgery, not allergies! I really like Connie, she’s a sweet person and great host.
    But her recent surgeries have removed her wide eyed look, the look that gave her such a strong resemblance to her son. Now they don’t look nearly as much alike.
    I agree with Miss Moss; it’s a sad thing when people have to resort to cosmetic surgery to keep their jobs.
    A nod to Jerri; I totally agree. Staying healthy is THE most important thing. It sounds like you have an excellent routine and health IS beauty.

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