Vanessa Williams, 60: ‘I don’t want to do’ plastic surgery or fillers

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Vanessa Williams isn’t planning on getting nipped or tucked any time soon.

“No, no, no, no, no, not yet,” the 60-year-old actress told Page Six Style exclusively at the recent Broadway opening of “The Cottage.”

While the stunning “Save the Best for Last” singer has been open about her love of “good Botox” — “I don’t want to look like somebody else,” she told The Post just last year — her invasive procedures stop there.

“I don’t do fillers,” she said, adding that while actual surgery would probably be the “very last thing” she’d try, she’s open to experimenting with non-invasive treatments.

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“The technology now for lifting, sculpting, tightening, is incredible. And there’s a machine for anything,” she explained.

“I just got it a microcurrent thing for your neck, it was called Forma and it’s like a total package facial.”

The “Ugly Betty” star also revealed that turning the big 6-0 was a huge impetus to shake things up when it came to her fitness and wellness regimen.

“It was like my goal,” she said. “I turned 60 in March and I’m like, ‘Damn it. I’m going to get in shape. I’m going to eat right. I’m going to work my ass off.’”

These days, Williams maintains an intense workout schedule.

“I kickbox every other day, I weightlift every other day beside that,” she shared. “And I’m just loving life.”

The Tony nominee is keeping busy in her professional life, too.

She recently joined the producing team for “A Wonderful World,” a bio-musical about jazz legend Louis Armstrong that will premiere later this year in New Orleans — Armstrong’s birthplace — and is hoping to move to Broadway.

Other celebs at “The Cottage” opening included recent Tony winner Sean Hayes, Steven Weber, Bernadette Peters and Bryan Cranston.

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