Jane Fonda is an American actress, widely known for her role in the Netflix hit series, Grace and Frankie. The new season of Grace and Frankie premiered on January 19, 2018. When the fans should have been curious about the spoilers of the new season, the fans’ curiosity seems drifted to Jane Fonda’s lips. Her appearance in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Show with a bandage on her lip has left the fans in surprise. Scroll down to know the details!
Jane Fonda’s bandaged bottom lip
More recently, Jane Fonda made her appearance on the interview series, Build, with her castmate, Lily Tomlin, for the press tour of Grace and Frankie. The 80-year-old actress made things clear to her fans and spoke about her bandaged lip.
She explained the reason her lip was covered in bandage was that she recently had cancer removed off of it. Many assumed that the actress might have had a lips surgery considering the surgeries she has made in the past. But, the speculations seem completely wrong since Jane herself broke the silence regarding it.
Later the same day, Jane talked furthermore about the diagnosis during Howard Stern’s radio interview. In the interview, she told that the doctor had to cut through her lips to prevent malignant growth. She also revealed that her biopsy result are all looking good and she is fine.
Fonda has already dealt with cancer in the past. She had a small tumor removed from her breast in 2010 during a general checkup.
Jane Fonda does the comedy on Bravo chat show, Watch What Happens Live
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin showed up on the chat show, Watch What Happens Live on January 18, 2017, to promote the season four of Grace and Frankie. Both the legendary actress displayed their hilarious side while on the show and made it much more entertaining.
The duo participated in a Clubhouse Playhouse on the show, where they imitated the scene from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. In the re-enactment of the scene, Jane acted as NeNe Leakes while Lilly acted as Porsha Williams. The duo made a comical conversation during the act and made the whole set burst into laughter.