Barbara Corcoran, 75, just got her third facelift and wants a fourth for her 85th birthday: ‘I want to be hot!’

She isn’t letting age slow her down.

Barbara Corcoran revealed she recently got her third facelift — and she already has plans for more.

“I’m hoping to have a fourth one on my 85th birthday,” the 75-year-old “Shark Tank” star said during an interview at the Page Six Studio with Astra while promoting her inaugural MargaritaCon with Astral Tequila.

Barbara Corcoran told us she recently got a third facelift — and is already looking forward to her fourth. Page Six
“I’m hoping to have a fourth one on my 85th birthday,” said Corcoran. Page Six

When asked about other future procedures she’s considering, Corcoran said she’s open to “whatever I can sign up for.”

“I’m thinking of enhancing my figure,” she said, before admitting she’s not sure she could “withstand” multiple surgeries.

“I would like to have a bigger chest, bigger hips, bigger butt.”

When asked about other future procedures she’s considering, Corcoran said she’s open to “whatever I can sign up for.” barbaracorcoran/Instagram
“I would like to have a bigger chest, bigger hips, bigger butt,” she said. Disney

Despite all her success, Corcoran said she’s considering such enhancements because she wants to be “a different woman.”

“I want to be not the kind of woman [who makes] people say, ‘Wow, she’s great at business,’ or ‘Wow, she’s rich.’ I want to be the kind of woman that walks by and a guy whistles and says, ‘Wow, she’s hot.’ That’s what I’m after.”

“I want to be the kind of woman that walks by and a guy whistles and says, ‘Wow, she’s hot.’ That’s what I’m after,” she said. barbaracorcoran/Instagram
Corcoran has been married to her husband, Bill Higgins, for 40 years. barbaracorcoran/Instagram

But Corcoran’s not looking for new love; she’s been married to her husband, Bill Higgins, for 40 years.

She says that her secret to a successful marriage is sleeping in separate bedrooms.

“I fell in love with [Higgins] again the day I got my own bedroom,” Corcoran quipped.

“Just when that shine is coming off the marriage and you’re starting to see what’s wrong with the guy you married — that’s when I should have had my own bedroom.”