According to actress Ali Wentworth, the Girls star encouraged her to get Botox after she listens to the actress, who makes a remark about her husband. On ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos.
Talking to People Ali clarified: My husband, George, is on TV in the morning. So I am sitting there watching program, Good Morning America, and Lena Dunham is on air on programmed with my husband. It is such a huge statement. When you are married, you care of these statements. She said to herself that she got married a sexual icon.
As a sexual-icon wife is having a smooth face. It is funny, I never thought I would try it, and I did: now I definitely say that I would never get a face lift. If someone also calls George the hottest man on the earth, I will sign up. She also says that I am very possessive about my husband. But I also like her comment o TV. She said I am happy to know that I am a wife of sexual icon.
After that she exposed how Lena’s words made her unexpectedly feel guilty about her appearance. She also said, so I at once called up to get Botox because I was thinking: I have got to step it up.
When Ali came personally with Lena, just, she admits to the actress that it would be come into view in the book Happily Ali.Lena thought that was very humorous because I said; you called George a sexual icon. And she was similar to, “He is, He is” And I was like, discontinue to saying that I am holding on by a thread.
Ali made a name for herself as a shine member of the Fox comedy series In Living Color from 1992 to 1994, so maybe she was not being all that serious when she made the remark about Lena.
She has been married to her ‘sexual icon’ husband since 2001 and they have two daughters together. He is an ABC News Chief Anchor and ex- political consultant to the Clinton government.
Ali Wentworth is an American actress, producer and writer. Ali is known for her character in the TV show Head Case also writes about the skill in her new memoir Happily Ali After. Her other distinguished roles take in playing the girlfriend of Jerry Seinfeld in the well-known Soup Nazi episode of Seinfeld.