Lisa Rinna Lip Trouble Wouldn't Stop Her From Doing It All Over Again [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | March 18, 2013 11:17 PM EDT
Lisa Rinna spoke about her lip troubles on the Today Show Monday morning, but she says she does not regret choice she made 25 years ago.
Lisa Rinna appeared on Monday's episode of the Today Show and talked with host Hoda Kotb about her decision to get silicon injected into her lips nearly 25 years ago. She says that in the last several years she has had a lot of trouble with her lips as a result of the procedure.
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Rinna talked about the decision to have the procedure done in the first place and said, "Here's the story. 25 years ago I had my lips injected with silicon. Stupid thing to do.. 24.. I saw Beaches and I did it with my best girlfriend."
She was spoke frankly about the lip trouble she has had as a result and continued her discussion with, "So then cut to a couple of years ago, I had a doctor remove as much as they possibly could because it got to a point where they were yucky. They get hard! I mean it's gross. So they are now just whatever that was after they took out as much as the silicon as they could."
When the Today Show host asked Lisa Rinna if, knowing the lip trouble she would have a quarter century later, she would still have had the silicon procedure done, she answered she would.
"I would do it again. I never had a career before i had the lips so my lips have had their own career!" Rinna explained.
And what a career Rinna has had thanks to those lips. She is well known for her role as Billie Reed on Days of Our Lives. She has also had a role on Melrose Place and was the host of Soap Talk. As of 2007 she has also been doing the red carpet coverage for the TV Guide Network.
Below is a video of Lisa Rinna's appearance on the Today Show discussing her lip trouble and how the silicon injections have affected her life.
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