Jane Fonda snaps over plastic surgery questions on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

Jane Fonda snaps over plastic surgery questions on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

Jane Fonda snaps over plastic surgery questions on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

Megyn Kelly says she's not really done with politics after all.

Jane Fonda believed she was appearing on Megyn Kelly's new NBC morning show "Megyn Kelly Today" to discuss her upcoming film, "Our Souls at Night".

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 fantastic you look", Kelly said. "Good attitude, good posture, I take care of myself".

"One of the things people think about you when they look at you is how fantastic you look", Kelly quickly proffered, getting a brisk answer of "Good attitude, good posture, and taking care of myself" before deploying a seasoned Hollywood move and said: "But let me tell you why I love this movie that we did, Our Souls at Night, rather than plastic surgery".

Fonda was surprised by the question.

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Speaking to The Guardian in 2015, Fonda said of aging, "I'm two years older than my dad was when he died". The interview, which took place during the third hour of The Today Show covered a lot of ground with with the veteran actors, from their young Hollywood success to having starring roles near age 80.

The comment wasn't just a compliment-though it made Fonda smile and put her at ease-it was also a call to embrace the moment and use her experience, rather than feel anchored by it.

"Is it true you became a lawyer, and you became gay, because of Will?"

Kelly, who moved to NBC from Fox News earlier this year, receive criticism for the interview, during which she brought out Will & Grace fan Russell Turner to meet the cast of the show.

Kelly replied: "Well, one of the things people think when they look at you is how wonderful you look". Lawyer, best apartment in NY, and gay?

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