Jane Fonda shuts down TV host for plastic surgery question

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Kelly again appeared to alienate a guest just two days later when she asked actress Jane Fonda about her history of plastic surgeries.

And the way Kelly challenged Newt Gingrich when he said she was "fascinated with sex" on her show.

EW said Kelly invited a "superfan" of the comedy, Russel Turner, to meet the cast and Kelly asked, "Is it true that you became a lawyer - and you became gay - because of Will?" Kelly then asked Fonda why she doesn't feel proud to admit that she's had work done.

Fonda appeared annoyed at the question.

Viewers will be treated to Jane Fonda romancing Robert Redford in an original Netflix movie called Our Souls at Night. But Fonda, who has been outspoken on political and environmental causes throughout her life, did not cave, and instead pivoted to talking about her upcoming movie. "Were you shocked by it?" "And they'll say: 'Oh, I have this fantastic new diet.' Without naming their patients, doctors have said to me: 'I've done a major face-lift and liposuction on somebody and she's putting it down to diet on TV!'"

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"Given the fact that we don't have a lot of time and (Robert Redford) is right here, it's a weird thing to bring up ¿ whether I've had plastic surgery or not".

"First of all, I wish her the best", Lahren told TMZ. Guthrie said. "You know, sometimes you ask questions in an interview and, you know, it doesn't ... live TV, there's awkward moments all the time". I have and I've talked about it.

Fonda took it upon herself to pivot: "Well, thanks", she replied. He also says "The Sting" is "one of the finest made films I've seen".

"This time - and this is what's fun about it, that you can compare your experience now with back then - it was like, 'Come on, Bob, lighten up!' Yeah, I could tease him. It was about the quality of the performance". After sharing his take, the Out of Africa star admitted he "wasn't paying a lot of attention". The new NBC show, which premiered on Monday, September 25, sparked yet another controversy during its Thursday episode.



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