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Carnie Wilson to undergo surgery after breast implants ruptured

Singer Carnie Wilson arrives at the premiere of the movie "Love & Mercy" at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California June 2, 2015.

Singer Carnie Wilson arrives at the premiere of the movie "Love & Mercy" at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California June 2, 2015.  (Reuters)

Carnie Wilson will undergo surgery to remove her ruptured breast implants.

“Sixteen years ago I lost a bunch of weight and I had a breast lift and an augmentation and the implants have ruptured now,” she 48-year-old singer revealed on Tuesday’s episode the “The Talk.”

“And so, I have to go have them taken out and face this reconstruction, which is really scary,” Wilson added. “I wasn’t sure if I was going to share it, but I am sharing it. It’s important.”

Wilson is no stranger to surgery. She’s had a number of weight-loss surgeries over the years — including gastric bypass in 2000 and lap-band surgery in 2012, reports People.

If faced with the same choices today, Wilson would not get breast implants again, she shared on the talker.

“Today I wouldn’t have put them in,” she said. “I’m different now; I have different priorities.”

Staring surgery in the face, Wilson admits she’s scared. “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.”

This article originally appeared in Page Six.

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