Sunday is Plastic Surgery Night on E!


NUP_167522_0001.JPGThey say “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” but watch as medical practitioners transform Hollywood stars and everyday people and what happens when the makeovers don’t live up to their expectations, in two fascinating reality programmes only on E! on DStv 124.

The highly rated second season of Botched returns to E! on April 26th  at 9pm,  followed by  an all new series,  Good Work starting at 10pm. Both shows showcase those that willingly put themselves under the surgeons’ scalpel, sometimes with disastrous results.

E!’s ground-breaking series Botched season 2 returns with all-new episodes featuring medical transformers Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow  who attempt to fix the unfixable and correct extreme, head-turning plastic surgery nightmares.  As the saying goes, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” but when the journey for ultimate perfection takes a horrible and disfiguring turn, some results leave victims feeling the opposite.

Throughout the series, we’ll see the patients’ back-stories and follow all stages of their journeys to recovery while getting a sense of their pre-corrective lives of humiliation and insecurity.  With complications ranging from a surgeon in Tijuana using breast implants for a patient’s butt lift to a woman’s face collapsing after a motorcycle accident to a male bodybuilder suffering the shame from a pectoral implant disaster, this season is more outrageous and more unbelievable than the first.

Botched will be followed  on by Good Work at 10pm , featuring hosts  style icon RuPaul, Dr. Terry Dubrow and Fright Night actress,  Sandra Vergara, in which they celebrate both the successes and failures of Hollywood celebs.  Each week the three hosts will break down every aspect of celebrity beauty secrets, cosmetic procedures, and plastic surgery… that has undergone surgery and how it panned out – good or bad?

Good Work will leave no stone unturned when these three insiders amp up the water cooler conversation and get to bottom of what everyone else is already talking about.  In every episode the panel will discuss a range of topics from extreme beauty tips to star secrets and every procedure in between including welcoming a celebrity guest to 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… all for the sake of the viewer of course.

In addition, throughout the series various patients from Botched will appear to discuss their life changing surgeries and explain how the show took them from botched to beautiful.

Don’t miss a thing when the new season of Botched  2 premieres on 26 April at 9pm followed by  the all new series  premiere of Good Work, which blows the lid off the worst kept secrets in Hollywood at 10pm,  only on E!, DStv Channel 124.

About Botched

Botched is an Evolution Media production, with Douglas Ross, Greg Stewart, Alex Baskin and Matt Westmore serving as Executive Producers.  Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif and Robert Carroll serve as Co-Executive Producers.

About Good Work

Good Work is produced by World of Wonder Productions with Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey, Tom Campbell and Mandy Salangsang serving as Executive Producers.