New E! Series Discusses Various Celebrity Plastic Surgeries
Most people have seen celebrities who look stunning after having plastic surgery performed, as well as those who should have rather stayed away from the surgeon altogether. The newest series from E! is an in-depth program that is going to be examining, celebrating and even criticizing in some cases, the good, the bad and the (sometimes) plain awful and often botched results of celebrity plastic surgery procedures that have been performed over the years.
PEOPLE can exclusively confirm that Good Work, which is hosted by Dr. Terry Dubrow from Botched, RuPaul from Drag Race and actress and celebrity makeup artist Sandra Vergara, will be premiering on April 14, immediately following the premiere of season 2 of the E! hit reality series Botched. E! has also revealed that all of the panelists forming part of the one-hour, six episode series will discuss everything in great detail, from “extreme beauty tips to star secrets and every procedure in between.” The show is going to be aired at 10 pm Eastern Time on this date.
Welcoming a Variety of Celebrity Guests
Each new episode will see the panelists welcoming “a celebrity guest to add their two cents on the conversation and showcase a variety of funny (yet informative) field pieces like people turning into human guinea pigs and putting their bodies and faces on the line to experiment the latest beauty treatments.” Jeff Olde, who is the executive vice president of original programming and development at E!, stated the following with regards to the new upcoming series, “This series is the perfect companion to follow the success of Botched and continue the discussion on the public’s fascination with celebrity beauty and plastic surgery…the good the bad AND the funny.”
From Botched to Absolutely Gorgeous – in Most Cases
Loyal fans of Botched will most certainly not want to miss a single episode as a variety of patients appearing on the series will be joining the panelists on Good Work so that they can discuss their array of surgeries, with most of them being classified as life-changing. Each of them will be given the opportunity to explain in detail how the show was able to take them from “botched to beautiful” after having one or more celebrity plastic surgery procedures carried out. For the celebs that are less than impressed with the outcomes of any surgical procedures they have had carried out over the years, there is sure to be a good few opportunities for them to share a few horror stories as well.
Not even the most famous celebrities are immune to suffering from botched plastic surgery procedures. As a result, it is strongly recommended that plastic surgeons be chosen based on their reputation, levels of experience and abilities instead of on price alone. This will help ensure that patients are completely satisfied with the end results – regardless of whether they have a few Botox injections, a breast augmentation surgery or a full facelift performed.