Gordon has this to say of his craggy chin in his interview with The Radio Times:

"My mother said they were smile lines. I could deal with that at 21, but not at 42.  Simon Cowell (quelle surprise) suggested that now I'm a success in America, I should do something, so I had a filler put under the deep crevices. It hurt."

And, for those who didn't know, his wife Tana is due to appear in the new series of Dancing on Ice, Because being related to someone famous is enough to qualify someone as a celebrity these days. That's why Heather Mills is also partaking this year:

"Already jibes have started - she's called 'Clingon', 'Gordon's little limpet'. Holy mackerel! Some women columnists are much more vicious than men. Bitter. Vindictive. But Tana's resilient, a young mum of 34 who dedicated eight years to bringing up our children brilliantly. I'm looking forward to her dancing because her buttocks are so firm it's like clinging to a six-pack *tries to get head around visual*... She has the bum of an 18-year-old (he's guessing, he couldn't possibly know for certain). I woke the other day and she was doing buttock-clenching exercises... I said: 'Jump back into bed...'"

Naw, what a way to empower your wife, Gordon. I'm sure she appreciates it.