The wives of some of the most successful Beverly Hills plastic surgeons are getting together to talk Botox, fake boobs and even Hollywood’s latest craze, vagina surgery, on TLC's new series "Plastic Wives."
"Vagina comes up more times than [on] any show in history," Dayna Devon, the former "Extra" host and "Plastic Wives" cast member, tells The Huffington Post. "It comes up a lot. One of the doctors on the show is the vagina doctor. For a number of reasons, the way it looks, after gravity or after kids, you want it done. It's huge in Hollywood."
The surgeons' wives have heard all the secrets of the stars.
"Celebrities say they don't want to look like Nicole Kidman. Actors and actresses need that expression," says Devon, referring to Kidman's Botox use. "I would love to know who is doing Madonna. She has had the best work done and paid a lot of money. I think we all have seen Michael Douglas has the scars. In reality, most every celebrity is doing something. I would say it's 75 percent of women celebrities have had something tweaked."
Angry about all the bad plastic surgery she has seen over the years, Devon says she wanted to be part of "Plastic Wives" to give people knowledge and power.
"People send more time researching what running shoes they buy than picking doctors. I wanted to show what a good doctor could do," says Devon.
Her advice: "Angelina's lips are the most requested, but that's a disaster waiting to happen. There is only one person in the world that can have Angelina Jolie's lips, and that's Angelina. A lot of people want to look like Jennifer Aniston, and she's been quite open about having surgery, although she said it was to correct a deviated septum. A lot of people say they want to age like Courteney Cox. This is no longer true, but people used to always say they wanted to age like Demi Moore."
TLC's "Plastic Wives" debuts Sunday, Feb. 27, at 10 p.m.