By ALEXANDER HITCHEN
Suzanne Somers has been caught lying AGAIN about how she keeps up her youthful looks, downplaying that plastic surgery played a part in her age-defying appearance.
During an interview with Larry King on Oct. 14 to promote her new book, the 60-year-old fitness queen and former star of “Three’s Company” was caught fibbing when King asked her if she’d had any “work done.”
Suzanne credited her youthful appearance primarily to bioidentical hormone replacement therapy — a regimen she dubs “the juice of youth.”
“No, this is a real face,” Suzanne told King. “This is a hormone face.”
When pressed further, Suzanne finally admitted to having undergone Botox treatments, which she referred to as “fillers.”
“Everybody does that,” she said.
But in February 2001, The ENQUIRER photographed her leaving a plastic surgery clinic after having liposuction.
Suzanne originally said she was at the Lasky Clinic in Beverly Hills to have a cancerous mole removed — but she was later forced to admit that she had undergone lipo.
Now Suzanne is coming under fire for misleading women in her new book, “Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones,” for claiming the hormone treatments can help reverse the aging process and give menopausal women a “healthy, vibrant, mentally sharp, sexually active life.”