After years of denying having had cosmetic surgery, Demi Moore has tweaked what she says about it. Last year, she told French Marie Claire that she is surgery free. "It's completely false — I've never had it done," she said, adding, "I would never judge those who have."

But a few months (and one awkward W Photoshop controversy) later, her stance is slightly different. Now she's clarifying what she meant by that statement. "I have had something done but it's not on my face," she said in Elle UK. She continues:

In truth, I wish there was a little bit less curiosity and fascination with how I look, whether it's good or bad. I understand it, though, and I know it's not something I can control. I only hope it's serving some sort of purpose . . . . It feels like school-yard name-calling a lot of the time. It hurts. You know what? Maybe one day I'll go under the knife. It just irritates me that people are constantly saying how much I've spent on plastic surgery.

For what it's worth, I'd be irritated, too. This admission is unlikely to minimize speculation on what Demi may have had done, but it's always refreshing when people are honest about having had surgery. What do you think of this slight shift in Demi's message — does it change your opinion of her at all?