17 Mar 2017 03:49 PM EST
-by Laura Tucker, Staff Writer; Image: Carnie Wilson (Image Source: Screenshot)
Sharon Osbourne has been MIA on The Talk the past few weeks as she deals with her back pain and resulting surgery.
Viewers learned this week that one of her replacements will be getting her own surgery really soon as well.
Carnie Wilson is a frequent guest panelist on the CBS daytime talk show. She's frequently sitting around the table whenever Osbourne, Julie Chen, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, or Sheryl Underwood take some time off. With Osbourne on indefinite leave, many of the guest stars have been filling her seat. However, on Tuesday this week, it was Wilson sitting in Ozzy's wife's chair.
She announced that she would be going through surgery as well.
"I'm scared to say what I'm about to say," said Brian Wilson's daughter. "I have to have a surgery."
Wilson then explained that years ago when she lost 150 pounds after getting gastric bypass surgery, she had gotten breast implants.
"16 years ago I lost a bunch of weight, and I had a breast lift and an augmentation, and the implants have ruptured now," she said. "And so, I have to go have them taken out and face this reconstruction, which is really scary. I wasn't sure if I was going to share it, but I am sharing it ... it's important."
The singer feels much different about the implants than she did when she had them added.
"Today I wouldn't have put them in," she admitted. "I'm different now; I have different priorities."
"This is scary, and I'm going to face this, and I'm going to get over it," continued Wilson. "My mom said to me, 'Carnie, this is going to be a little hurdle, a little bump, and it'll all be in the past soon.'"
She seems to feel much better about her admission, even though she admitted to being scared to announce it. Later that day she posted to social media, "Thank you to @TheTalkCBS for letting me speak my truths. No one better to do it with than you wonderful ladies. I love you [red heart emoji]."
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