"You, you've been an example to everyone, on how to age beautifully and with strength". "And, unapologetically, you admit you've had work done, which I think is to your credit".
But Fonda wasn't prepared for the question and answered, "We really want to talk about that now?"
After making an appearance in the much-awaited segment, Will & Grace star Debra Messing said she regrets having been a part of it. You look incredible. Why did you say, I read that you're not proud to admit that you've had work done.
Fonda continued: "I was taught to think that if I wanted to be loved, I had to be thin and pretty". While she had the cast of Will & Grace on for her debut episode on Monday, she surprised a longtime fan of the series, Russell Turner, with two tickets for an upcoming live taping of the show.
But Kelly couldn't take a hint and continued her line of questioning: "Well, one of the things people think when they look at you is how awesome you look", she said.More news: The iPhone X packs a smaller battery than the Galaxy S8
Fonda and her co-star, Robert Redford, were on the show to promote their new movie "Our Souls at Night".
"Right now. I wouldn't want any other time", Fonda said bluntly.
"Is it true that you became a lawyer - and you became gay - because of Will?"
But she said Wednesday that doesn't mean her show won't cover politics.
Megyn sat down with Fonda on Wednesday, and in an ill-advised and poorly conceived move, made a decision to ask the 79-year-old actress to detail the plastic surgery she has had done over the years.
Despite Trump's comments, she continued gaining star power and recognition based on her refusal to back down from asking hard and, at times, controversial questions to powerful and influential figures.