From the good to the bad to the just plain wrong, E!'s newest series is a pop culture roundtable that examines and celebrates the "good work" and the "not-so-good work" of Hollywood plastic surgery.
Good Work, hosted by Drag Race's RuPaul, Botched's Dr. Terry Dubrow and celebrity makeup artist and actress Sandra Vergara (Sofia's sister), premieres April 14 immediately following the season 2 premiere of E!'s hit reality series Botched, PEOPLE can confirm exclusively.
Though it certainly appeared as if fellow contestant Ashley I. was instrumental in getting Kelsey booted off of The Bachelor, the ousted contestant does not necessarily blame her.
"Chris [Soules] and I parted ways mutually," she tells PEOPLE. "I don't think that the relationship was building as quickly or in the direction that we wanted it to go, but I think that there will always be a part of me that wonders, in the back of my mind, if what Ashley said planted a seed of deceit, a seed of misunderstanding.
As season five of Downton Abbey came to a romantic end on Sunday (Carson proposed! Does Mary have a new love interest?) Maggie Smith has fueled speculation that the show's next season could be its last.
The contestants aren't the only ones revving their engines as another season of RuPaul's Drag Race returns Monday night. Season 7 also brings two new judges: Ross Mathews and Carson Kressley, who will join host RuPaul for "the most raggedy season ever."
For Mathews, a self-proclaimed superfan, joining the panel "really is a dream come true."
E! News's red carpet correspondent, 35, tells PEOPLE, "I don't know that I've ever been more qualified for anything else in my entire life. Not only do I watch this show on the regs … I somehow always end up at the drag show [in any town I visit]. These are my people. I know what makes a good drag queen, and I certainly have an opinion about it."