We haven't seen much of Renee Zellweger since she appeared on a red carpet a year and a half ago looking, well, a little different than we remembered.
Everybody lost every last one of their marbles and accused the actress of "getting a new face" via some plastic surgery nightmare come to life.
It couldn't have been easy for her.
However, her public response at the time remained totally chill. She basically wrote off the allegations and chalked it up to living a good life.
"I'm glad folks think I look different!" Renee said. "I'm living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I'm thrilled that perhaps it shows."
Now that she's promoting her upcoming film Bridget Jones' Baby, she must face the public again, and because humans suck, peeps are more interested in her face than the flick.
During an interview with the Today Show, Renee shares clips from the much-anticipated sequel to Bridget Jones' Diary and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, but host Sheinelle Jones couldn't resist asking about the brouhaha surrounding the star's appearance.
"I remember a couple of years ago people were talking about, 'Oh, she changed her appearance.' Does it bother you, does it get to you or is it just par for the course?" inquired the host.
And once again, Renee kind of side-stepped the issue, probably and understandably annoyed that she has to address it in the first place.
"It's not really part of my life," she said, referring to the scrutiny. "It's part of the job, that I don't really experience except when I step into this arena."
Translation: Yes it gets to me, you f**king jackass, and I'm sick to death of it so could you just STFU about it once and for all?
That'd be our guess.
"In my home I'm not aware of it," she continued. "I don't do any kind of social media, so I don't see it. I like to have – I guess you would call them real experiences."
For what it's worth, Renee is looking a lot like her old self, so it seems everyone went bonkers for nothing.
Oh, and the movie looks really good, too!