Whitney Cummings Describes Her Beauty Gadget As a Sex Toy

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Whitney Cummings has a beauty secret. The comedienne, actress, and television producer gave it up to Hoda and Kathie Lee without as much as pitching a product of her own.

The hosts commented that it looked like Whitney had a new face. Apparently Cummings gets that a lot.

"I did get a new face. I bought it on eBay," Cummings joked.

But it was actually easier than that.

"I did this weird thing that nobody likes to do anymore where I gained weight," Cummings revealed."I put on, like, 20 pounds. People think I got a face lift."

While that is a tactic not too many people would want to try, for Whitney Cummings, it worked.

"I gained, like, 25 pounds, which I think I needed to," she said. "I was way too skinny before. Here's the thing... when you're on television you get confused. I looked like I was passing away, like I was so skinny. It's not attractive."

While many women in Hollywood are decrying the insistence of producers that actresses lose weight before being considered for roles, Whitney found something in it all to laugh about.

"I feel like all the advice to girls now to lose weight, lose weight ... they say you have to pick your face or our ass. I'm picking my face," she announced. "But I hope somebody else picks the other one."

But wait, there are a couple of products that Whitney endorses, or at least recommends to all the ladies.

"And then I got this LED machine online, like you use on your face," she explains "I'm always wearing it. It's like a white mask that you put on, and you look so crazy. It's like an LED mask that you wear every day. It tightens. I've been using it like three months."

It's tough to drive while using that LED mask. So Whitney has another product that she takes with her when she is on the run.

"There's this machine, it looks like a sex toy, called Nu Face. I use it while I'm driving. I'm doing a new show on high-def television -- which hates women -- so I'm just trying to kind of [help my face]."

Mike Tuttle
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