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'Could go wrong' Lorraine Kelly admits she is too 'scared' to get Botox and fillers

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Lorraine Kelly, 62, discussed the use of botox and dermal fillers to combat the signs of ageing on her ITV programme today.The broadcaster invited actress Lisa Maxwell for a conversation on cosmetic procedures.Lisa had recently had her filler and Botox dissolved after suffering an allergic reaction.Speaking about the risk of injectable procedures, Lorraine admitted she is weary of them.She said: "I think everybody should do what they want to do.“I’ve never done that, yet.

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