Not all stars are committed to going under the knife to preserve their youthful looks!
Though she has had plastic surgery in the past, Candice Bergen admitted she has no interest in undergoing any more cosmetic procedures to alter her appearance.
"I had my eyes done after the pilot of 'Murphy Brown' when I was 41," the star, now 68, revealed in a new interview. "And then the next year I had these two [neck] muscles under here done, because TV half-hour lighting can be harsh.”
Candice at age 21 in 1967. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"I'm clearly in need," she joked of her current look, "But I frankly just don't care enough. I don't even get those shots anymore because it hurts so much!"
As for what she thinks of others getting plastic surgery?
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"I hate when my very close friends have obvious work done and they come out too early and pretend it's all fine. You think, 'Hello, have you looked at yourself? You look over-inflated!' I'm one of the few who has been honest about it," she told 'People.'
Candice in 2000 (left) and in February 2015 (right). (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Last week, the former model similarly opened up about her recent weight gain.
"Let me just come right out and say it: I am fat. In the past 15 years... I have put on 30 pounds. I live to eat. None of this 'eat to live' stuff for me. I am a champion eater. No carb is safe — no fat, either," Candice wrote in her new memoir, 'A Fine Romance.'
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