Tituss Burgess shared that he had a little assistance when it came to his slimmer look at Sunday night's Emmy Awards.
The "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star said he had "some nip-tuck" and "a few arrangements" when it came to his new look.
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Ahead of the virtual awards show, Burgess, 41, posted a pair of photos on Instagram of himself in a red tracksuit with shorts by Lee Rickie Collection and shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti, as well as a video in which he shared that he had some work done over the last few months.
He referred to Walter Mercado, the late Puerto Rican astrologer featured in a recent Netflix documentary who spoke openly about his plastic surgeries, which he called "little arrangements."
"I'ma tell you the truth," Burgess said. "That’s exactly what I had, a few Walter Mercado arrangements if I’m going to be perfectly honest with you."
"I have nothing to hide. I even talked about it on social media. The one thing I wanted to do during this time off was have some nip-tuck because my weight has gone up and down. And so after that happens, the skin gets a little saggy or whatever so I got that s--- cut off. This is the result and I look amazing."
His fans and friends showed their support.
"Yes Tituss love this look," musician Sean Bradford commented on Instagram.
""WHATTTTTTTT 😍😍😍😍😍," his "Kimmy Schmidt" co-star Ellie Kemper commented.
Burgess was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for his performance in the Netflix feature "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. The Reverend." The award went to Yahya Abdul-Mateen II from HBO's "Watchmen."
While showing off his new look, Burgess also shared some advice for how to endure a difficult year during the pandemic.
"I would say the more you can carve out time to spend with your family, the more you can carve out time to make a meal and share it with others that you love," he said. "I think 2020 is sort of an ambush into keeping those who are close to you even closer, and I think that's the takeaway."