These fabulous female celebs have enjoyed decades of success in Hollywood - but you wouldn't know it by looking at their faces.
The red carpet at the Golden Globes today was filled with A-list stars showing off their suspiciously fresh faces.
Age really is just a number for these women - take a look at how their faces have changed (or shall we say, remained the same!) over the years.
There's a reason Julia Roberts earns millions of dollars at the face of beauty brand Lancome - because she has incredible skin that has not changed in about 20 years.
But the Erin Brokovich star claims she hasn't had any major procedures.
"By Hollywood standards, I guess I've already taken a big risk in not having had a facelift," she told You magazine in 2014. "But I've told Lancome that I want to be an ageing model – so they have to keep me for at least five more years until I'm over 50."
She's also previously spoken out about the pressure women face to look perfect,
"It's unfortunate that we live in such a panicked, dysmorphic society where women don't even give themselves a chance to see what they'll look like as older persons," she told Elle.
"I want to have some idea of what I'll look like before I start cleaning the slates. I want my kids to know when I'm pissed, when I'm happy, and when I'm confounded. Your face tells a story... and it shouldn't be a story about your drive to the doctor's office."
Despite clearly not ageing in years, Nicole, who dazzled on the Globes' red carpet with husband Keith Urban, has denied ever going under the knife and insists her flawless skin is down to her healthy lifestyle.
"To be honest, I am completely natural," she told Marie Claire in 2007.
"I wear sunscreen and I don't smoke. I take care of myself. I'm very proud to say that."
However, in 2011, she admitted to dabbling in Botox during an interview with German magazine TV Movie.
"I've tried a lot of things, but aside from sports and good nutrition, most things don't make a difference,' she said.
"I even tried Botox but I didn't like how my face looked afterwards."
The 52-year-old looked stunning at the Golden Globes today, with not a wrinkle in sight.
While she may have had a sprinkle of unconfirmed Botox, Berry has previously said dipping your toe into the pool of plastic surgery is a "slippery slope."
"I see women in their 30s getting plastic surgery, pulling this up and tucking that back. It's like a slippery slope – once you start you pull one thing one way and then you think, 'Oh my God, I've got to do the other side'," she said.
Whatever she's been doing, she looks fantastic.
"Lucy Liu is 50?!" was our first reaction when watching the Golden Globes today. She literally hasn't aged at all since the Charlie's Angel movies.
While it's not clear whether or not Lucy has gone under the knife - she's never publicly commented about plastic surgery - she definitely maintains a very healthy lifestyle.
"I really like to keep my skin clean. I use just a little concealer. I don't even put on sunscreen, but I don't sit in the sun either," she told CNN.
"I drink a lot of water, and I've never had coffee. I think caffeine can be really bad for your skin. And I don't get facials, ever."
Why doesn't she get facials?
"I think they damage your skin. People are getting peels and dermabrasion, and anything with the word 'abrasion' doesn't work for me. I also think a lot of plastic surgery hurts your skin."
Catherine Zeta-Jones continues to defy time and logic with her wrinkle-free face. She looked insanely fit and healthy at the Globes today - check out those triceps!
Again, she has refused to confirm reports that she has undergone any cosmetic surgical procedures.
"I'm not anti-plastic surgery at all. Contrary to public opinion, I have not been under the knife .. yet, is what I say! If I feel like it, I'm going to go ahead and do it," she told Good Housekeeping.
"If (surgery) makes you feel better, who am I to tell someone that it's wrong."
Catherine told the magazine about how she keeps her skin well-hydrated while travelling.
"But I've been using some argan oil just to saturate my skin at night, so it has some nourishment as I sleep, to start the day a little bit more hydrated. But the real hydration comes from within. You can never drink too much water. No diet sodas. I really feel it's healthy for a body to sweat every day. I run on my treadmill or power walk outside," she said.
Jamie Lee walked the red carpet at the Globes today looking very fresh-faced.
She's the only one out of all these celebs who has been confessed to having some work done.
"I've done it all. I've had a little plastic surgery. I've had a little lipo. I've had a little Botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it," she told the UK's Telegraph.
"Ten years ago ... I had fat taken from underneath my eyes because I was on a movie and I was puffy. I remember the cameraman saying: 'I can't shoot her now'. I remember being mortified. And yet, you know what? Nobody tells you if you take fat from your body in one place, it comes back in another place. All of these 'bettering' experiences are not without risk. And there is this illusion that once you do it, then you'll be fine. And that's just horsesh--," she said.