EXPLANT on Amazon Prime & Paramount + featuring Michelle Visage of RuPaul's Drag Race & Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose discuss the reason behind her breast implant surgeries

EXPLANT: featuring Michelle Visage of RuPaul’s Drag Race & Dr. Franklin Rose

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EXPLANT on Amazon Prime & Paramount + featuring Michelle Visage of RuPaul’s Drag Race & Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose

Michelle Visage opens up about breast implant removal in ‘Explant’ documentary:

EXPLANT on Amazon Prime & Paramount + featuring Michelle Visage of RuPaul's Drag Race & Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose discuss the reason behind her breast implant surgeries
EXPLANT on Amazon Prime & Paramount + featuring Michelle Visage of RuPaul’s Drag Race & Celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose discuss the reason behind her breast implant surgeries

”In 2019, on the Season 11 RuPaul’s Drag Race finale, an entire “In Mammoriam” farewell was devoted to Drag Race judge Michelle Visage’s famous double D’s, shortly after she’d gone public about her surprising decision to have her breast implants removed. Perhaps no modern-day celebrity, other than Dolly Parton or Pamela Anderson, had been so well known for her buxomness; Visage had always made her breasts a big part of her act, literally, and she’d always been in on the joke. (“Breast in Peace,” that finale segment amusingly declared, after which RuPaul asked her, “Is there anything you’d like to get off your chest?”)

Visage, now a 52-year-old mother of two teen daughters, tells Yahoo Entertainment that when she set out to make Explant (which was directed by Emmy-winner Jeremy Simmons, produced by World of Wonder’s Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey, and executive-produced by Visage and her husband David Case), she “didn’t want it to just be gloom and doom. Because I’m not anti-plastic surgery. I can’t tell you how many times I say that in the documentary. I’m pro-transparency, not anti-plastic surgery. I’m pro-transparency and pro-efficacy. Just know what you’re putting in your body. That’s what’s so important.”