Carrie Bickmore and her Project co-hosts debated over whether or not Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese had Botox on Wednesday night after rumours kicked off this week that he looks as though he's had some kind of cosmetic work done.
The Daily Mail started the rumour the PM has had Botox as he's apparently sporting a "smoother complexion".
Carrie, along with Rachel Corbett, Hamish MacDonald and Peter Helliar debated the topic after sharing video of Albo speaking with Nova's Fitzy and Wippa.
In the clip, Fitzy asks the PM, "Have you had Botox and how many fillers have you had, Prime Minister?"
"Seriously, I think whoever wrote that article is having Botox in the wrong place," Albo responded.
The Project then showed two photos of the PM side-by-side, with one of them supposedly being after his transformation.
"I don’t think he looks different in those photos side-by-side there. He looks exactly the same," Rachel said, unconvinced. "I would not have said, 'There is a man who’s had Botox'."
"Also, let the man have a glow up," she added jokingly.
Carrie also shared her doubts, saying, "If he has, he’s got to go back and ask for a better job because he looks the same!"
She then asked Rachel if she "cared" whether the PM had indeed had any work done, to which she responded, "Not really."
"I kinda can't believe that he would anyway," Hamish added, with Rachel agreeing, "He doesn't strike me as the Botox type, I mean, I do not know him personally, but it doesn't seem to be in Albo's trick bag!"
While the PM didn't get Botox, he did lose 15kg in the lead-up to the election and shared some diet tips with Fitzy and Wippa, saying, "Don’t eat the bread. I just had two boiled eggs for breakfast. It keeps you going to lunchtime. Stopping eating in between meals is the big thing."
He added that he largely gave up alcohol but still has a drink and indulges in higher-calorie foods every now and then.
"I have the odd hot chip and all of that. Not be too religious about it. It took a long period. It was over 18 months. But the real motivation, I don’t recommend this, was having a near-life-ending car crash.
"And that was a real wake up call to get fit and get healthy. It’s worked. I feel much better for it and I just feel much better in the morning but much better throughout the day."
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