On Tuesday’s episode of “The Talk,” Carnie Wilson opened up on her medical fears.
Wilson revealed that she’ll be going under the knife to remove her ruptured breast implants. She said, “I’m scared to say what I’m about to say. I have to have a surgery.”
Carnie reflected on her decision to get breast implants after having gastric bypass surgery. She shared, "Sixteen years ago I lost a bunch of weight, and I had a breast lift and an augmentation and the implants have ruptured now. And so, I have to go have them taken out and face this reconstruction, which is really scary. I wasn’t sure if I was going to share it, but I am sharing it… it’s important.”
The 48-year-old also has a different perspective on breast implants nowadays, too. She commented, "Today I wouldn’t have put them in. I’m different now; I have different priorities.”
While the ladies of “The Talk” showed their love and support for Carnie, she said, "This is scary, and I’m going to face this and I’m going to get over it. My mom said to me, ‘Carnie, this is going to be a little hurdle, a little bump, and it’ll all be in the past soon.’”
After the revelation, Carnie tweeted, "Thank you to @TheTalkCBS for letting me speak my truths. No one better to do it with than you wonderful ladies. I love you❤."