RuPaul And Dr. Terry Dubrow To Host New E! Show About Plastic Surgery Called ‘Good Work’!

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Dr. Terry Dubrow is making quite a reality TV name for himself outside of Real Housewives Of Orange County! The star of the hit plastic surgery show Botched just landed a job hosting the new E! show ‘Good Work,’ which will also star my favorite, RuPaul

Good Work explores plastic surgery in Hollywood and is being considered the Fashion Police of celebrity plastic surgery. Celebrity makeup artist and actress Sandra Vergara (sister of Sofia Vergara) rounds out the cast. 

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In addition to the three hosts, each week a celebrity guest will “add their two cents on the conversation and showcase a variety of funny (yet informative) field pieces like people turning into human guinea pigs and putting their bodies and faces on the line to experiment the latest beauty treatments.”

The hosts will discuss everything from “extreme beauty tips to star secrets to every procedure in between” and “good work” vs. “not-so-good work” seen on celebs. 

The six-episode, one-hour series will premiere on April 14th, following the second season premiere of Botched. So it’s a two-hour Dr. Dubrow fix (with hopefully no Heather Dubrow sightings, although I’m sure she’ll be one of the “celebrity” guests weighing in). 

In addition to discussing celebrity plastic surgery, former Botched patients will join the panel to discuss their “life-changing surgeries” and explain how the show took them from “botched to beautiful.” 

 “This series is the perfect companion to follow the success of Botched and continue the discussion on the public’s fascination with celebrity beauty and plastic surgery … the good, the bad AND the funny,” says Jeff Olde, E!’s EVP of original programming and development.  

Good Work premieres April 14 at 9/10c on E! following the season 2 premiere of Botched. 

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