A lot of celebrities are trying to make their way back into the entertainment business, and one is Kristin Smith Thomas, who went to a plastic surgeon after the film “Beauty & the Beast” reboot.
The actress was quoted as saying, “The last thing I wanted to do was go through a major surgery that could have put me in the hospital for the rest of my life.”
“Beauty” was a smash hit and helped catapult the franchise into the stratosphere, but in 2017, the “Beautys” reboot hit theaters and made her a household name.
“When I saw the movie I had to have a plastic surgery,” Thomas said.
“I thought, ‘Oh, man, this is a lot of work.'”
The 34-year-old went through four surgeries, including a hysterectomy, but she says she’s doing fine now.
“The hystralis is the most difficult part,” she told CNN.
“It’s kind of the same thing with my chin.”
She’s happy that she can finally go back to her roots and work with the producers and crew on the movie.
“We had the whole crew together,” she said.
“[We] had the actors in one room, and I got to work on my chin.
I was doing it for two years.”
Thomas was a member of the original cast of the hit Disney movie, and says she got a lot out of the experience.
“My favorite part was when I got a tattoo,” she recalled.
In fact, Thomas even took a tattoo of her own.
“After I got the tattoo, I had a big, giant one of my own, but I wanted something that was more of a tribute to the movie,” she continued.
“And it’s not even the part that you see, it’s the little things that I did on my own.
Thomas says she has a lot more tattoos to go around and is looking forward to her future work. Read more