"My smile was like I had a secret," Casey Wilson says

By Julie Jordan and Natalie Stone
March 06, 2019 09:00 AM

When it comes to Botox, Casey Wilson has the outlook of never say never.

Speaking with PEOPLE in this week’s issue, the Black Monday star opened up about a past experience with the injectable.

When asked about something she would never do again, the Bitch Sesh podcast co-host admitted, “Botox.”

“I once got it and it paralyzed half my face and I had a half smile,” explained Wilson, 38. “My new smile was like I had a secret. Just for three months and then it went away.”

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Despite the temporary paralyzation, Wilson, who also reveals that 90 Day Fiancé is her guilty pleasure — “These poor people are at their spiritual rock bottom, and unfortunately that’s enjoyable to watch,” she said — wouldn’t saying no to the filler in the future.

“Just kidding, I’ll probably do it again,” said mother of two Wilson, who shares sons Henry Bear, 20 months, and Max Red, 3, with husband David Caspe.

The actress is one of many famous faces in Hollywood — including Kim Kardashian West, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Kim Zolciak-Biermann — who have been open about getting the non-surgical injections, which reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles.

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And Wilson’s hero is among those who have had their face rejuvenated: Dolly Parton!

“She’s had her face rejuvenated on a number of occasions, [but] not a full face-lift,” the country music legend’s plastic surgeon Dr. John Grossman told PEOPLE in 2003. He added, that Parton is “genetically gifted. Her skin is beautiful. In the South, getting a tan was a sign that you had to work in the fields, so she never went in the sun. She’s pretty, but even pretty people age.”

He “does all my fender work,” Parton, 73, joked at the time.

As to why Wilson admires Parton, the actress said, “She’s so winning and smart and doesn’t take herself seriously.”

Black Monday airs Sundays (10 p.m. ET) on Showtime.