Sunny Hostin’s unabashed honesty about getting cosmetic surgery allowed Julie Bowen to open up about her personal.
The “Modern Family” star appeared on “The View” Wednesday and mirrored on the advantages of changing into well-known later in life. She recalled on the discuss present that she was 39 and pregnant with twins whereas filming the pilot episode of her smash hit ABC comedy, and was so overwhelmed by motherhood that her sudden stardom didn’t have an effect on her as a lot because it may need when she was youthful.
“All I cared about was these little kids,” she mentioned, referring to her twins, who at the moment are youngsters. “I didn’t even notice everything else that was going on … I had a life and boobs I could tuck into my shoes.”
As the panel chuckled, Joy Behar assured the actor that she and her co-hosts might all relate.
“We all have that, except Sunny,” Behar mentioned, prompting Hostin to nod.
“Yes, I got a breast reduction and lift recently,” Hostin mentioned.
“You talked about it, just like that?” Bowen mentioned, stunned.
“Yes, I freed myself,” Hostin mentioned with a shrug.
“Oh, God, I love you,” Bowen mentioned. “I love that.”
Inspired by Hostin’s lack of disgrace, Bowen rapidly launched into her personal story about getting cosmetic surgery.
“I finally got the stomach fixed,” Bowen mentioned, clutching her stomach. “Finally, after all these years. They ripped it open, the twins just ripped it. And I said, ‘As soon as “Modern Family” is finished … I’ll get it fastened.’ But it was 11 years! So 11 years later, we wrapped on Friday and Monday they went in and so they do you want a sneaker.”
“Yeah, they sew you up [like a sneaker],” co-host Sara Haines mentioned, as she made a gesture like she was tying one thing on her abdomen.
“You look snatched! You look good,” Hostin mentioned, giving Bowen her approval.
“Thank you … I think?” Bowen mentioned in response.
Last week, Hostin spoke with People about getting a breast discount and liposuction final summer season. She advised the journal that she was talking about it brazenly as a result of she wished to destigmatize it.
“I thought I would feel shame, like, ‘Oh my God, I’m doing plastic surgery like all these crazy celebrities.’ But I don’t feel shame at all,” she mentioned. “And I hope sharing my story will help more people. If they’re feeling so body-conscious, the way I was — they can do what they need to do to feel better.”