Jane Fonda shuts down Megyn Kelly's plastic surgery question


It has been a hard first week thus far for Megyn, who got trashed by Debra Messing after her appearance and drew the ire of Jane Fonda when she tried to get the screen legend to talk about her plastic surgery during an interview promoting her new film.

Kelly, while interviewing Fonda and fellow actor Robert Redford, paid the "Grace and Frankie" star a compliment: "You've been an example to everyone in how to age beautifully and with strength and unapologetically". "I don't know about the lawyer thing, but I think that Will & Grace thing and the gay thing is going to work out great", Kelly said.

Megyn Kelly was brutally bashed for her Today show debut, and now it seems, even her on-screen guests were embarrassed! "I've read that you've said that you felt you're not proud to admit that you've had work done".

Fonda gave her a steely stare before asking, "We really want to talk about that right now?" I think it's to your credit.

Not. Having. A. Bar.

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For some reason, Kelly made a decision to ask Fonda about her numerous plastic surgeries before a live studio audience.

Fonda was surprised by the question. Good attitude. Good posture.

Fonda then offered a quick response, "Well, thanks. I ask that to both of you". When you're young it can be [self-harm] and when you're older it can be plastic surgery.

In another interview around the same time with Dujour, Fonda dismissed people who ask her about "how do you stay looking so blah blah blah". "As long as I've known Jane, she's always been moving forward and doesn't look back", says Redford. "I've talked about that", she said.

"I did have plastic surgery", she told W. "You have to stay fearless and keep trying to go beyond your comfort zone and see what you need to get to become who you're supposed to be".