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Kelly Ripa apparently made in the light of the current corona virus outbreak, while receiving Botox injections from her doctor.
The 49-year-old “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” the host shared a series of videos on her Instagram the Story on Thursday, in which she posed, sitting in a procedure room with Dr. Robert Anolik to be there to talk about a “very, very serious medical problem going around right now.”
“Botox deficiency,” Anolik said he, with a smile. “A lot of the side effects. The appearance of lines, wrinkles.”
Ripa then joked that the doctor was keeping his distance because he was afraid to touch her, given the current corona virus outbreak.
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“I am following the CDC regulations,” he said.
“This is great (CDC) rules, and that I appreciate them,” Ripa said. “By the way, is it at this time, we have noticed that there are a lot of reason to be worried. You can see it’s written all over my face but Dr. Anolik has decided to be brave today and come in to work for the treatment of my acute Botox-deficiency syndrome.”
In the following video, posted to her story that it seems to show to Ripa after the Botox injections.
Kelly Ripa was shining in the light of the corona virus outbreak in an Instagram Story-from her primary care physician.
“What do you think, will I survive?” she asks dramatically. “If there Is any Botox left it for someone else, doctor?”
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“We have to use it all up. Hopefully, there won’t be any shortage,” Anolik jokes.
Ripa seems to be keeping a light tone, as if the corona virus to continue to spread and have an impact on the TELEVISION industry. “Live with Kelly and Ryan, together with the other morning shows like “The View,” “Good Morning America,” “Strahan, Sara, Keke,” and “Tamron Hall,” which will be broadcast without a studio audience, out of an abundance of caution, according to TheWrap.
Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest was broadcasting their morning show without a studio audience, on the 11th of March.
(Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)
“As you can see, things are a little different, but here, today, in view of the development of the situation in New York city for the corona virus, and that the decision was made to suspend the audiences of our show,” said Seacrest at the opening of the 11th of March broadcast.
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“While we’re not in our studio to the public, except for some of the producers are obviously being punished for something,” Ripa joked. “Of course, you really screwed up there, guys!”
She went on to say, “not at all, no one can stop you from looking at homes, because, let’s face it, you can’t go anywhere else.”