Jane Fonda on Plastic Surgery: I'm Not Proud of It

The Rosie Show

As an actress and a feminist, Jane Fonda once made a pledge to never get plastic surgery. On The Rosie Show, Jane revealed her disappointment in herself when she went back on that promise.

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Jane explained the turning point that led to her decision, saying, "I was walking down the street and I saw a reflection of myself in the window and it scared me, because I feel so good and I look so tired."

Jane had minimal work done -- only requesting to remove the bags from under her eyes and to have a little nip/tuck just underneath her chin.

Ironically, her career in front of the camera was one of the reasons Jane remained adamant about keeping her crow's feet and other signs of age.

Jane admitted to Rosie that an artificial look could have taken away from her ability to play women in her age bracket.

"I'm not proud of it at all," Jane said of her procedures. "I wish I was braver."

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Jane Fonda's Plastic Surgery

Jane Fonda has had plastic surgery—but she's not proud of it. Watch as Jane, now 73, discusses her decision to go under the knife and reveals why she told the doctor to keep her crow's-feet.