Black Anchors Reaction To 'World's Most Desirable Face' Is Basically All Of Us
"She looks like she has a condition or something," Maureen Umeh said in the viral broadcast on Thursday (Sept. 1.)
The reactions from an odd study on the "world's most desirable" face caused quite a laugh on social media on Thursday (Sept. 1.)
GoodDay DC anchors Wisdom Martin and Maureen Umeh provided some well-needed side-eye to an odd report from the Daily Mail on the wants and desires of plastic surgery customers. A clearly photoshopped pic of actress Nina Dobrev was used to highlight a look that combines the features of Miley Cyrus, Reese Witherspoon and Kate Middleton. 'You will often have a consultation with a patient who will present you with a picture of a well-known person and will say: "I want to look like that."
Dr. De Silva from the Center for Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery said. "Thankfully, a lot of the time, it works very naturally to replicate a nose like the Duchess of Cambridge's or eyelids similar to Keira Knightley's. "
According to BuzzFeed, the alleged study mostly featured relatively young white women, leading to questions on the definition of "world's desired" since the world isn't just full of, you know, white people.
Clearly, Martin and Umeh felt the same way.
Umeh also caught wind of her popular eye-roll.
We feel you girl. Check out the full segment below.