Jane Fonda checks Megyn Kelly, bluntly shuts down question about plastic surgery

NBC's Megyn Kelly says she's 'done with politics' on debut

79 year old Fonda appeared on the former Fox News anchor's new NBC show, "Megyn Kelly Today", which was launched only this week, on Wednesday (September 27th).

Sharing an audience question, Kelly asked, "if you could go back to any age in your life, what would it be?" "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.

But Fonda wasn't prepared for the question and answered, "We really want to talk about that now?"

Kelly has always been a staple in the media universe, but she made headlines during the presidential campaign after then-Republican candidate Donald Trump hurled what many described as a sexist attack against her when she confronted him about his treatment of women during an August 2015 Republican primary debate.

"Well, one of the things people think about when they look at you is how unbelievable you look", she said. "Good attitude, good posture, I take care of myself".

Kelly recovered by saying that many people who look at Fonda comment on how "amazing" she looks.

Fonda then offered a quick response, "Well, thanks".

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Robert Redford, her co-star in Our Souls At Night and who has worked with Fonda going back as far as 1967, visibly sniggered as she veered away from the plastic surgery question. "Why not?" Kelly asked.

In 2015, Fonda said she was ashamed that she was so neurotically obsessed with her appearance.

She added, "The danger with surgery is you say: 'Oh this is good, let me do more.' It can be an addiction".

"I did have plastic surgery", she told W.

"But I grew up so defined by my looks", she explained.

Redford replied that he'd like to return to the years just before he became a teenager because, "there was a little space where you could mess around and not get punished for it".

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