Jane Fonda Reveals She Had Cancerous Growth Removed, But She's Still Smiling

On the mend! Jane Fonda revealed Monday that she had a cancerous growth removed from her lower lip which was likely basal-cell carcinoma

Jane Fonda and her close friend and Grace and Frankie co-star Lily Tomlin stopped by Today and it safe to say the interview was pretty savage!

The 80-year-old Oscar victor also visited AOL's Build Interview series on Monday with a bandage on her lip and explained, "I just had a cancer taken from my lip". On the show, she revealed: "I just want to explain the bandage".

"Well, the world is falling apart, what's a lip?" she said. "What's a lip, right?"

Fonda, 80, made light of the cancer removal on Monday with an Instagram photo of her and Tomlin. Back to Fonda, who after a few, "never minds" and playful annoyance, went in for the real zinger: "Who are you, Megyn Kelly?".

"I produced [the movie], and it took me a year to convince [Lily] and Dolly to do it", Fonda said. "I thought it was Hoda or Savannah [Guthrie]".

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"You've been an example to everyone in how to age beautifully and with strength and unapologetically". Then, the duo chat about their hit Netflix series GRACE AND FRANKIE and how shocked they are that younger fans enjoy watching the sometimes-racy show with grandparents.

"It's unbelievable that you still came", he replied, acknowledging that many celebs (and, let's be honest, non-celebs) would skip out on being in front of a camera until they'd healed. When asked how she stays fit, Fonda explained that she has a "really good trainer who comes over and we do weights".

Fonde replied, "Yeah, they did [biopsy it.] I'm going to be fine, thanks".

"Given the fact that we don't have a lot of time and Bob (co-star Robert Redford) is right here (sitting next to me on set), it's a weird thing to bring up, whether I've had plastic surgery or not", she told Entertainment Tonight hours after the awkward Megyn Kelly Today chat.

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