Jane Fonda, the legendary Hollywood actress, has admitted to having plastic surgery. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 72-year-old revealed that she's had work done, and that she plans to write a book about growing old, stating, "I recently had plastic surgery. It was a hard decision to make, and I decided if I'm going to do it, I'm going to tell the truth. I'm writing a book about aging, so I can't write that book and not say I've had plastic surgery".
Suspicions were raised back in June 2010, when the actress - famed for the role in 1968's 'Barbarella' - received the Vermeil Medal of the City of Paris. Her appearance seemed different, and various sources suggested she may have had surgery. However, Fonda has now confirmed the speculation to be true, she said, "I just decided it was for me - I don't want to have bags under my eyes that make me look tired, and so forth and so on."
Fonda has had a long and distinguished career in film, which has included winning two Academy Awards. She also won an EMMY AWARD in 1984 for her performance in 'The Dollmaker', but retired from acting in 1990. However, she has since returned and her last film was the 2007 comedy 'Georgia Rule', which also starred Lindsay Lohan.