Lark Voorhies is known for playing teen princess Lisa Turtle on the hit syndicated show “Saved by the Bell” but, these days, she's mostly getting people talking for her altered looks. She's barely recognizable in her latest.
Voorhies, who is now working on a new project and is overseeing her own label, sat down with Yahoo! for an interview. As expected, she also talked about her days on the popular show and the chances for a reunion.
However, it was her face that got fans' attention from the start, as Us Magazine also points out.
“If the Bayside High Class of 1993 reunion ends up happening, Jessie, AC, Kelly, and Zack might have a hard time recognizing their old pal Lisa Turtle,” the publication writes.
“Now 38, Lark Voorhies – who played the spoiled Valley girl on Saved by the Bell from 1989-1994 – recently sat down for an interview with Yahoo!'s 'The Yo Show,' setting the internet abuzz with chatter over how the actress has changed since her faux-high school days,” adds the same media outlet.
“Voorhies, whose last major role was in 2001's How High, debuted a dramatically different hairstyle and a fuller face, heavily made up with poorly-matched shades,” Us writes.
No one is willing to call out Lark on plastic surgery, though reports about it have been around for at least two years.
This could be a clear case of bad makeup, but perhaps she was also trying to hide something, like work around the eyes, a new facelift and perhaps more Botox, fans say on dedicated online forums.
The second video embedded at the end of the article is of a few years years ago, when people first started talking about Lark's altered appearance, after she was photographed with smaller eyes, frozen face and no wrinkles.