RuPaul, Terry Dubrow, Sandra Vergara

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A new one-hour, pop culture roundtable series titled Good Work is coming to E! next month! 

RuPaul, Dr. Terry Dubrow and Sandra Vergara will host the show and discuss the "good work" and the "not so good work" in the world of plastic surgery in Hollywood! Good Work premieres Tuesday, April 14 at 10:00pm ET/PT following the season two premiere of E!'s hit series Botched at 9:00pm ET/PT.

Each Tuesday, the panel will discuss a variety of topics from extreme beauty routines to celebrity secrets and every procedure you could imagine. Celebrity guests will be stopping by to share their insight, and even former Botched patients will be visiting to give an update of their journey from botched to beautiful. 

"Good Work is not going to be a mean show. We want to celebrate everything that goes into making people look Hollywood gorgeous—and discuss openly what everybody is already whispering about," explained RuPaul. 

Sandra is also extremely excited for the new opportunity saying, "I'm thrilled be working on Good Work alongside the legendary RuPaul and a miracle maker like Terry. We each bring a unique skillset and voice to share the latest in beauty with our audience, whether good work or bad. This is going to be an adventure you don't want to miss."

And everyone's favorite doctor, Terry Dubrow, "can't wait to blow the doors off of what Hollywood is doing to look it's best. What works, what doesn't work, it's all fair game on Good Work."

Good Work blows the lid off the worst kept secrets in Hollywood when the all-new series premieres April 14 at 10:00pm ET/PT following the season two premiere of Botched at 9:00pm ET/PT only on E!

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