And we don't think she'll ever need to!
Gabrielle Union, the beautiful actress famous for roles in Bad Boys II and Bring It On, has shot down any possibility of going under the knife in the future.
"I have flaws, but I would never consider plastic surgery", she recently shared.
Although we're still looking for these "flaws", Gabrielle admitted she's not morally opposed to changing her physical appearance. She's actually just afraid of the process, explaining:
"None for me. It's not a matter of judgement. I'm deathly afraid of needles. If there was a way to skip them, I would do it."
The 38-year-old also thanks her lucky stars that she has aged so well, continuing:
"And we've yet to come up with reasonable Botox in a bottle, so I'm just lucky I don't have crazy wrinkles. I have a fine line around my mouth because I smile a lot. I'm not doing anything about it!"
Her fine figure isn't just good genes either. She may be afraid of needles, but she's not afraid of busting her butt at the gym, saying:
"My butt has gotten a lot better because it's bigger. I do squats and walk on inclines. I don't look like a scarecrow anymore."
In fact, she's so proud of her rear end that she joked, "I should really back into rooms because that's how confident I am."
LOLz! We couldn't agree more, gurl!
[Image via WENN.]
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