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Renee Zellweger Is Looking A Lot More Like Bridget Jones Again These Days

Renee Zellweger has (almost) got her old face back again.

The 45-year-old turned heads when she stepped out at the Miu Miu show during Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday.

Clad in a stylish pillar box red coat, black lace shift dress, nude heels and hair swept up in a messy updo, the actress was reminiscent of the late style icon Audrey Hepburn.

But, it was Zellweger's face that drew the most attention.

As Popdust previously reported, Renee sparked plastic surgery controversy last October after showing off a remarkably different appearance which rendered her almost unrecognizable.

Zellweger's eyebrows appeared markedly more raised and her eyes much wider—prompting speculation that she has undergone a brow lift or at the very least a very large dose of Botox and a more than liberal amount of filler.

Zellweger sparked plastic surgery speculation last October (left) —five months later she was looking more like her old self (right)

However, the Bridget Jones Diary star vowed she hadn't gone under the knife—or syringe—insisting in a statement to People magazine that her new face was down to “healthy living" and being in a happier place.

I'm glad folks think I look different! I'm living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I'm thrilled that perhaps it shows. My friends say that I look peaceful. I am healthy. For a long time I wasn't doing such a good job with that. I took on a schedule that is not realistically sustainable and didn't allow for taking care of myself. Rather than stopping to recalibrate, I kept running until I was depleted and made bad choices about how to conceal the exhaustion. I was aware of the chaos and finally chose different things.

Hmmmm…well, hopefully looking more like her old self doesn't mean she's now living an "unhappier life"…

Hugh Grant has confirmed he is not reprising his role as sexy but naughty Daniel Cleaver in the third Bridget Jones movie.

The film is based on Helen Fielding's book Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy, which drew mixed reviews but, in our humble opinion, was absolutely bloody fantastic.

It's even more of a pity because the Cleaver character really comes into his own in book three, and would have been amazing in the movie.

"The book's excellent, by the way, but the script is completely different—or the script as I last saw it a few years ago," Hugh said in a recent Free Radio interview. "And in the end I decided not to do it. But I think they are going to go ahead and do it without Daniel."

Here's the thing - the book only just came out, so maybe that script can be reworked to be truer to the third book? Either way, Hugh pretty much owns the Daniel Cleaver character and we can't imagine anyone else playing him. It's bad enough that Colin Firth will probably only appear in flashbacks!

Dear Helen Fielding and everyone else involved: Sort it out! Do NOT make another clusterfuck of a film like the terrible Edge Of Reason.

Thank you.