Meg Ryan Resurfaces After 6 Months – Fans Shocked by Her Dramatic Transformation

Meg Ryan recently emerged from a six-month hiatus, making her first public appearance in support of Michael J. Fox. The reason for her appearance was to show solidarity with Fox ahead of the release of his documentary, “STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie,” which centers on his journey with Parkinson’s disease. Despite not being in the public eye for half a year, the 61-year-old actress attended a screening of Fox’s upcoming documentary, as reported by the Daily Mirror.

During their recent appearance together, Meg Ryan and Michael J. Fox were photographed looking happy. However, some fans commented on Meg Ryan’s new appearance, with some describing it as “unrecognizable.”

Meg Ryan, known for her role in “Sleepless in Seattle” and making her on-screen debut in “Rich and Famous” in 1981, showcased an exceptionally smooth complexion during her recent appearance. This reignited rumors that she may have undergone plastic surgery, despite her past denials.

Some online comments were critical of Meg’s new look, with users describing it as “hideous” and advising against plastic surgery. Meg Ryan has previously addressed such rumors, stating that she pays little attention to negative opinions about her appearance.

Despite the commentary on her appearance, Meg Ryan appeared to be in good spirits as she attended the screening at the Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center, New York. She posed for pictures with celebrities like Bill Murray and Elvis Costello on Michael J. Fox’s big night.

Michael J. Fox, known for his role in “Back to the Future,” is releasing a new documentary that focuses on his life in the three decades since his Parkinson’s disease diagnosis. He was first diagnosed at the age of 29 and has since become a leading advocate for Parkinson’s awareness and research.

In a recent emotional interview, Fox candidly discussed his ongoing battle with Parkinson’s, acknowledging that it was becoming more challenging. He also mentioned undergoing spinal surgery after a benign tumor was found on his spine, which affected his mobility.

Despite his health challenges, Michael J. Fox remains optimistic, stating, “You don’t die from Parkinson’s. You die with Parkinson’s. I’ve been thinking about the mortality of it… I’m not gonna be 80. I’m not gonna be 80.”

The article also raises questions about whether people should have the right to comment on Meg Ryan’s appearance and make judgments about it, inviting readers to share their thoughts in the comments section while sending love and prayers to Michael J. Fox.