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25 Stars Who Suffer from Imposter Syndrome

Stars, they're just like us. While they may be dressed to the nines and live downright glamorous lives, deep down, celebrities feel the same pressures that we all do. From doubting their own talent to feeling uninformed about politics, many famous stars have struggled to build self-confidence at one point or another in their careers and personal lives. Despite their vast and impressive achievements, they've suffered from imposter syndrome: the fear of ultimately being revealed as a fraud.  Turns out, no one is safe from feeling inadequate now and again. And plenty of stars, from Tina Fey and Meryl Streep to Ryan Reynolds and Tom Hanks, have spoken out on the matter. Below, 25 celebrities sound off on their perceived shortcomings.
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10 Celebrities Share Their Opinions on Botox

Question: Why is the topic of Botox and aging considered so taboo? Though it's a natural process we all go through, speaking about it and the occasional nagging voice attempting to convince us it's something that should be reversed isn't exactly considered a casual topic of conversation. Our October cover girl Julianne Moore, on the other hand, holds no feelings back when it comes to her opinion on Botox. She has publicly stated that she isn't for the procedure, and has the most refreshing, liberal view when it comes to aging. "I mean, let's not talk about this idea of 'Oh, no! I'm going to be 40!' You could be dead. So enjoy it. It's a privilege to age!" she says in her cover story. "Even in scripts, they'll refer to a character as 'aging.' Well...everyone is aging. In literature and in movies, when people try to stop the process, it always ends in disaster. I think it's really important to be where you are." Julianne isn't the only one who has sounded off—read on to see what nine other celebrities have to say about Botox and plastic surgery. VIDEO: We Tried It: Armpit Botox