A new clip from Botched has been released on breast cancer survivor Cynthia who attended an event with heartfelt results.
On Monday, E! News posted the video of Cynthia as she goes out with her husband and her friend from college. She mentions in her behind-the-scenes interview that she goes to events like this a lot because it's a great opportunity for her and her husband to enjoy themselves and connect with others who are diagnosed.
"There's a certain energy at events," Cynthia says. "We can dance, we can have fun, we can raise money, we can help others, it's all for the greater good."
The clip then shows the trio as they take a seat at a table and Cynthia tells one of the girls that she likes her wig. She also mentions that there were some women there who had shaved heads and that she got to know others while seeing old friends.
As it turns out, the event was in honor of Suki Avery, an actress who was diagnosed with breast cancer. She tells Cynthia how she had a double masectomy and is awaiting a reconstructive surgery. The Botched patient then tells the actress how the cancer has shaped who she is today, and that she is not her breasts.
"I am none of this," she continues to tell Avery. "I am my soul, I am my spirit, I am what I can give to this world."
Botched airs on Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET on E!