With all the madness surrounding the new coronavirus pandemic right now, it’s fun to see how Kelly Ripa is shed light on the situation. There have been a lot of questions about the fact that the co-host of Live With Kelly and Ryan! has been getting Botox over the years, and recently she’s proven to have done so while trying to make jokes about life’s current situation. Go through everything Kelly Ripa said about getting Botox!
Based on Kelly’s recent post on Instagram, the TV personality got Botox earlier. He brought to his Instagram Story with a series of clips with dermatologist Dr. Robert Anolik to joke about the importance of Botox in the middle of the pandemic. Dr. Anolik said he had a “very serious medical problem” to discuss with his followers, to which Kelly replied: “Yes, there is a very serious medical problem around right now”. But the serious medical problem wasn’t exactly the coronavirus.”Botox deficiency,” the doctor joked. “Lots of side effects.” Lines, wrinkles.”
The two of them kept joking about staying away from each other in the midst of spreading COVID-19, and they even mentioned the CDC rules. “These are great CDC rules and I appreciate them,” Kelly Ripa remarked. “Having said that, we can see that there have been a lot of concerns during this period. It’s written all over my face, but Dr. Anolik has decided to be brave today and come to work… to treat my acute Botox deficiency syndrome”.
At the end of the film, she asked him, “Is there any Botox left for someone else, Doctor?” and he said, “We used it all.” Let’s hope there’s no shortage.” Yes, that’s in reference to toilet paper and disinfectant.
Kelly Ripa had already had her personal Botox doctor Dr. Anolik on her talk show in 2018 during Beauty Week, where she had a rave about the procedure. “The Botox treatments are fantastic, I must say. I really like them.” I’m an impatient person and I find the results are immediate,” he said at the time.
Fans might be surprised to see that Kelly Ripa is still doing Botox after talking about a “bad Botox experience” she had a few years ago. “I’ll tell you a story I’ve never told anyone before,” she said on Live! in 2016. “I had a bad Botox about… what was it, a year ago? And it was bad. It did something to my good side, so I had two bad sides. I’m not kidding!”
She admitted that she didn’t want to go into it any further, but that the bad procedure unfortunately had a lasting effect on her.
“I’m starting to look at myself again, but there was a period of about six months when people were like, “What’s wrong with Kelly Ripa? She’s not smiling anymore.” And I was like: I’m smiling,” she explained to the crowd.
With COVID-19 spreading rapidly in New York City, we have a feeling that Kelly Ripa won’t be coming out for Botox treatments anytime soon, especially since her talk show won’t be shooting any new episodes this week. And also because New York could soon go to an “on-site shelter”, which would require Dr. Anolik not to “be brave” and not to answer emergency Botox calls at any time in the near future.
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