If you thought that Victoria Beckham only had one facial expression, "Sourface", we've got BIG news for you.
The star has secretly been working on another one, titled " Sadface", which was dramatically unveiled at the BBC Sports Personality Of The Year ceremony yesterday.
OK, so this bash wasn't all about Victoria's facial muscles. And some people might argue that David winning a sporty LIfetime Achievement Award is a bigger deal than Posh doing a new face.
But they're wrong!
Just watch the video of David's heartfelt speech and try telling me his words are more compelling than watching Victoria's face struggle to do something other than a pout.
You might wonder why so many celebrities get stuck in a facial expression rut.
The answer is simple. If your face is all over the news every day, and the amount of work/attention/free crap you receive depends wholly on how attractive you look in such pics, you soon learn what facial expressions don't work for you. And a sort of voluntary, chemical-free Botox takes place.
Take, for example, the 90210 actress dubbed AnnaLynne "Drunkface" McCord by the relentlessly amusing Fug Girls.
Poor Drunkface has discovered that a wide, cheesy grin or alert simply doesn't create as pretty pixels as a sozzled smirk.
Tom Cruise rarely deviates from the appearance of an Apprentice contestant who screwed up the task but is determined to charm his way through the grilling and into the next episode through sheer bluster and boyish good looks.
But our favourite celebrity monoface has got to be Paris Hilton's perma-smirk. She doesn't even deviate from this model in mugshots. What a pro.
Kardashian Christmas cringe
Talking of celebrity monofaces, check out this gallery of Kardashian family Christmas cards through the years.
You can see how the collective Kardashian Sexyface evolves over time. Creepy.
Remember Brittney Jones? What do you mean, you don't? Sigh.
She's ONLY the waitress who keeps insisting that she rolled around with Ashton Kutcher on his sofa. And she's clearly sick of you lot forgetting who she is, because she's taken desperate measures to get her face all over TMZ.com again.
Classy as ever, Brit has listed a "Sweater owned by Ashton Kutcher given to me personally" on Ebay.com.
Product Description? "This sweater was given to me after spending the night with Ashton. I no longer have any attachment to this sweater and I am hoping someone else will enjoy it."
Current bid? US$17,069. A whole world of wrong.