Porsha Williams, Melissa Gorga and Sonja Morgan Talk Plastic Surgery



If it ain’t broke, you don’t have to fix it — unless you want to, girl! Real Housewives stars Melissa Gorga, Porsha Williams and Sonja Morgan spoke with Life & Style exclusively about empowering women who get plastic surgery. Needless to say, these ladies are all about celebrating the work they’ve had done over the years.

“I feel like a lot of times when women get work done we’re shamed because you, you know, altered anything or you’re trying to change because a lot of times people think that women get work done for other people or for a man,” Porsha, 38, said while promoting their “Work Done” music video with Fiber One, to debut the brand’s new 70 calories bar. “In actuality I’m able to celebrate it and I’m sure you guys are too, because I do it for myself.”

“Whatever I have fixed or tweaked or whatever, it was just for me to feel better about myself,” the Real Housewives of Atlanta star continued. “I think the biggest thing too is that all of it doesn’t necessarily have to do with like surgery. It’s just the mindset of feeling good and celebrating who I am.”

Sonja, 56, agreed that trying to better yourself however you want is the way to go. “I just thought it was really great that they, you know, they’ve been around forever. I feel like I’ve been around forever,” she explained of the snack and her confidence. “And there was nothing wrong with the bar, but to make yourself better and you feel better about it, I said, OK, let me have my Fiber One at 70 calories. There was nothing wrong with me before and I feel better, having a little work done.”

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The blonde beauty was even ready to dish about her most interesting procedure — a vaginal rejuvenation she got on RHONY back in season 8.

“Well, I went in to have my legs lasered and I ended up with a vaginal rejuvenation. It was on the show! I trust my doctor, he’s been lasering my legs forever… I didn’t go back [afterward],” she revealed. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s the trick with having a little work done. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. I mean, you don’t want to go overboard, right? Just a little tweak.”



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