What can we expect from Dr Daniel Lanzer’s new reality show?
One of Australia’s best known cosmetic surgeons, Dr Daniel Lanzer is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of his new television series ‘The Cosmetic Surgery Show’. Following the success of his many appearances on Channel 7’s ‘Cosmetic Coffee’ segment, as well as SBS Insight, Studio 10, Today Extra, The Midday show, Today Tonight and A Current Affair, The Cosmetic Surgery Show will debut on Sunday 19th January on Channel 7 nation-wide.
The 10-part reality series, which takes place in front of a live audience, follows the journeys of real Australians and celebrities on their decisions to undergo cosmetic surgery. Familiar faces will include champion Australian swimmer Tracey Wickham, Australian footballer Warwick Capper, and Tziporah Malka – formerly known as model Kate Fischer.
Education is another big focus of the series, allowing the live audience to explore the inner workings of a cosmetic surgery practice and focuses on various breakthrough procedures both surgical and non-surgical.
We had a quick chat with the man of the hour to find out more about the process, and what to expect from the upcoming series.
How are you feeling about the new series?
I am very passionate about it. I love education and the show is all about understanding motivations, needs and desires. It’s great to work with a live audience to feel the energy and interest.
What inspired you to be on TV?
I have been asked to speak in the media over 100 times in the last 3 decades. I like this show as I have more of a direct control to make sure it’s very honest , critical and exciting. There are many less invasive approaches to surgery and I love to explain these. Also the world wants “natural” results and it’s important they understand how. All surgery has risks so truthful education is critical.
How did you find the process?
I discovered that I have a flair for creation and production. It’s all about delicately combining education and fun
Tell us what you love most about TV work as a platform
All my life I have loved making people laugh and smile. It’s my nature. I am a joker at heart. My wife can vouch for that. But I am into charity and helping people. No better way to help people than using your skill.