Vanessa Williams has no plans to get any of her body repaired or rebuilt.
The 60-year-old actress recently denied having any plans to undergo plastic surgery or get fillers when asked about it by Page Six Style. "No, no, no, no, no, not yet," she said.
As she previously mentioned her fondness for the wrinkle-reducing process last year, the Dance With Me singer stops at "good Botox" when it comes to cosmetic procedures.
At the Broadway premiere of The Cottage, she told the publication, "I don't do fillers," adding that having surgery would be the "very last thing" she would try.
Nevertheless, Williams is open to trying non-invasive treatments.
"The technology now for lifting, sculpting, tightening, is incredible," she explained. "And there’s a machine for anything."
"I just got a microcurrent thing for your neck, it was called Forma and it’s like a total package facial," she added.
Williams chose to give her entire health and wellness more of a priority after turning 60 earlier this year.
"It was like my goal," she told Page Six. "I turned 60 in March and I’m like, ‘Damn it. I’m going to get in shape. I’m going to eat right. I’m going to work my [expletive] off."
"I kickbox every other day, I weightlift every other day beside that," she shared her workout routine. "And I’m just loving life."