Vanessa Williams, 60, reveals whether or not she would get cosmetic surgery or fillers

Vanessa Williams isn’t planning on getting nipped or tucked any time quickly.

“No, no, no, no, no, not but,” the 60-year-old actress informed Web page Six Fashion solely on the latest Broadway opening of “The Cottage.”

Whereas the gorgeous “Save the Greatest for Final” singer has been open about her love of “good Botox” — “I don’t wish to appear like any individual else,” she informed The Submit simply final 12 months — her invasive procedures cease there.

“I don’t do fillers,” she mentioned, including that whereas precise surgical procedure would in all probability be the “very very last thing” she’d attempt, she’s open to experimenting with non-invasive remedies.

Vanessa Williams in recent photo.
“I don’t wish to do it,” Williams mentioned of cosmetic surgery.

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“The know-how now for lifting, sculpting, tightening, is unimaginable. And there’s a machine for something,” she defined.

“I simply acquired it a microcurrent factor to your neck, it was known as Forma and it’s like a complete bundle facial.”

The “Ugly Betty” star additionally revealed that turning the large 6-0 was an enormous impetus to shake issues up when it got here to her health and wellness routine.

“It was like my objective,” she mentioned. “I turned 60 in March and I’m like, ‘Rattling it. I’m going to get in form. I’m going to eat proper. I’m going to work my ass off.’”

Vanessa Williams as Miss America.
In 1983, Williams grew to become the primary black lady to win the Miss America crown.
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Vanessa Williams at "The Cottage" opening on Broadway.
She has since gone on to have a profitable profession in theater, TV, music and movie.
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Today, Williams maintains an intense exercise schedule.

“I kickbox each different day, I weightlift each different day beside that,” she shared. “And I’m simply loving life.”

The Tony nominee is preserving busy in her skilled life, too.

She not too long ago joined the manufacturing workforce for “A Fantastic World,” a bio-musical about jazz legend Louis Armstrong that may premiere later this 12 months in New Orleans — Armstrong’s birthplace — and is hoping to maneuver to Broadway.

Different celebs at “The Cottage” opening included latest Tony winner Sean Hayes, Steven Weber, Bernadette Peters and Bryan Cranston.